Photograph, Apparel, and Accreditation Pass

James “Jim” Clark

Golf, Toronto

In 2017, the Invictus Games were held in Toronto and golf was included for the first time in the Game’s history. Jim was asked to be the Sport Chair for Golf of the event, he recalls:

“The Invictus Games were created by Prince Harry for ill and injured soldiers and he plays an active role in the event. I was thrilled to be asked to be the Sport Chair for Golf. We held it at St. Georges in Toronto which is one of the finest golf courses in Canada and worthy of this prestigious event. While we expected the Prince to come to the golf competition for a brief visit, scheduling changes meant that I had the honour of touring him for 90 minutes around the course. He met athletes and was certainly a distraction to the competition but it meant for a lifelong memory for me.”


Object #
SH2019.2.9; SH2019.2.10; SH2019.2.11

Yellow and black Invictus Games windbreaker style jacket (SH2019.2.9) with a front zipper closure. Worn by Jim at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. Photograph (SH2019.2.10) of Jim, wearing his accreditation pass, and posing with His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales (later His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex). Black, yellow, grey and white accreditation pass (SH2019.2.11) with a picture of Jim that reads, “Invictus Games Toronto 2017, For our Wounded Warriors, Jim Clark, SOC Chair, Sport – Golf.”

Apparel: 86cm (H) x 66cm (W) Photograph: digital file Accreditation Pass: x 18.2cm (H) x 12.5cm (W)

Apparel: Nylon Photograph: digital file Accreditation Pass: laminated paper with ribbon


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