The touching moment from the Invictus Games, when competitor Peter Guest’s PTSD was triggered by a passing helicopter and his doubles partner Edwin Vermetten came to his aid, has become the winner of the December Laureus Sporting Moment of the Month public vote.
The moving act of comradeship has been added to the list of stories which will now compete for the title of Laureus Sporting Moment of the Year, which will be announced and presented at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco on 18 February 2019.
Every month between March and December 2018, fans have been choosing their favourite Laureus Sporting Moment of the Month. Each moment is an inspiring story from beyond the field of play that demonstrates the power of sport to make a positive impact in the world.
It’s now decision time as the ten winning moments go up against each other in a public vote to see who will be crowned the overall Laureus Sporting Moment of the Year.
When voting stops on 4 February 2019, the top three contenders will be invited to the Laureus World Sports Awards, taking place on 18 February in Monaco, where the winner will be announced.