ADE ADEPITAN is a TV presenter and wheelchair basketball player.
The 44-year-old won a bronze medal at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens.
Who is Ade Adepitan?
Born in Nigeria, Ade contracted polio aged just six months and eventually lost the use of his left leg.
He moved to east London aged three and has become a popular TV presenter and pundit.
During his wheelchair basketball career, he was a member of the Great Britain team that won bronze at the 2004 Summer Paralympics.
Adepitan was one of the main presenters of the London 2012 Paralympics on Channel 4 and again four years later in Rio.
He was made an MBE for service to disability sport in 2005.
He also worked as a presenter on the BBC for the Invictus Games – which start next week.
When is the Invictus Games?
The Invictus Games will be held from September 23 to September 30, 2017.
TV information is yet to be confirmed but last year’s games were shown on BBC.
The Games are an international, Paralympic-style multi-sport event and were the brainchild of Prince Harry.
The Games were created for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel to take part in a variet of sports.
Who can compete in the Invictus Games?
The Invictus Games is a parasport event for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans.
Athletes from Afghanistan, Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Netherlands, New Zealand, the UK and the United States will compete.
Romania and Ukraine are also entering for the first time.