Prince Harry is at the University of Bath today. His Royal Highness is the Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation and the Rugby Football Union (RFU) Injured Players Foundation.
He is at the University of Bath Sports Training Village to attend the team trials for the Invictus Games Toronto 2017, and to see the work being undertaken at the university by the RFU Injured Players Foundation.
Before watching the team trials, Prince Harry got to meet a lookalike - who happened to be nearly naked and covered in sensors. This is all part of the research being done to understand rugby injuries.
The Injured Players Foundation are currently undergoing a study which looks at understanding the demands of the rugby tackle, and how risk of injury can be reduced or averted.
Prince Harry got to see a live demonstration...
The RFU Injured Players Foundation gives support to rugby union players who have suffered a catastrophic or traumatic injury, which has resulted in permanent disability whilst playing rugby in England - at any level and at any age. The support helps players through recovery and rehabilitation for the rest of their life.
Researchers at the University of Bath have been working alongside the RFU Injured Players Foundation and the RFU for over 10 years to understand the risk of injury in rugby and to find strategies to reduce this risk.