Wheelchair Basketball

Australia secure wheelchair basketball world title after resisting US fightback

By Nick Butler

Australia went one better than the silver medal they won at the London 2012 Paralympic Games ©Getty ImagesAustralia have secured their second consecutive World Wheelchair Basketball Championships title with a 63-57 victory over the United States in a pulsating final in Incheon today. 

International Wheelchair Basketball Federation elects new President

By Gary Anderson

A new Executive Council has been elected by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation ©IWBFThe International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) has elected a new Executive Council during its World Congress in Incheon, South Korea, which sees Germany's Ulf Mehrens replace Canadian Maureen Orchard as President.

Stunning Aussie comeback sees defending champions set up final with US at World Wheelchair Basketball Championships

By Gary Anderson

The final at this year's World Wheelchair Basketball Championships will see the US take on Australia who came back from the brink against Turkey today ©Getty Images Defending champions Australia came back from the brink to set up a gold medal clash with the United States at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships as they came from 20 points behind to edge pass Turkey in a dramatic semi-final.

Turkey gains revenge on Britain in thriller as semi-finalists decided at World Wheelchair Basketball Championships

By Gary Anderson

Turkey emerged victorious in Incheon after a thrilling quarter-final clash with Great Britain ©British Wheelchair BasketballTurkey edged a thrilling contest to advance to the semi-finals of the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Incheon after a two-point win saw them gain revenge on Great Britain, who had defeated them in last year's European Championship final.

Britain only side left unbeaten at World Wheelchair Basketball Championships

By Gary Anderson

Action at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships continued in Incheon today ©SA ImagesAnother fine performance by Great Britain helped them to a 60-44 win over Spain to maintain their unbeaten run so far at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Incheon today.

Wins for Australia, Britain and Spain secure quarter-final spots at World Wheelchair Basketball Championships

By Gary Anderson

Spain are one of three teams still undefeated at this year's World Wheelchair Basketball Championships ©AFP/Getty ImagesWins for Australia, Great Britain and Spain has guaranteed them a place in the quarter-final stages of the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships as all three sides maintained a 100 per cent record in Incheon.

United States suffer shock defeat at World Wheelchair Basketball Championships

By Gary Anderson

The United States suffered a surprise defeat to Italy at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships today ©Getty Images Italy caused an upset at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Incheon today as they sprang a surprise defeat on the United States in the first game of the second group phase as reigning champions Australia impressed against Colombia.

Britain, Spain, US and Australia top groups at World Wheelchair Basketball Championship

By Emily Goddard

Great Britain lead their group with three wins in as many days at the World Wheelchair Basketball Championship ©British Wheelchair BasketballGreat Britain, Spain, the United States and Australia have risen to the top in their groups at the Men's World Wheelchair Basketball Championship after the preliminary rounds in the South Korean city of Incheon.

Australia on track to defend world wheelchair basketball title with win over Germany

By Emily Goddard

Australia are on track to defend their world wheelchair basketball title after their second win of the tournament in Incheon ©Getty ImagesAustralia are on track to defend their title after securing a 62-38 win over Germany on day two of the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in the South Korean city of Incheon.
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