All three medal winning teams from the previous edition of the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Men's European Championships have been placed in the same group for this year's tournament.
Wheelchair Basketball News
Three Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallists, including Desiree Miller, are among those that have been named on the United States’ women's wheelchair basketball national team for 2017.
Nottingham’s Wildcats Arena will stage the second round of the British Wheelchair Basketball’s Women’s League this weekend.
The United States team which will attempt to qualify for the Under-23 World Wheelchair Basketball Championships has been announced by the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA).
Ticket sale information from the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games have shown that wheelchair basketball sold 85 per cent of its allocation to the delight of the world governing body's President Ulf Mehrens.
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) President Ulf Mehrens has signed a letter of intent with Wilfried Lemke, the United Nations’ special adviser on sport for development and peace, to UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon.
Violent student protests have forced the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) to move next month’s Under-23 African World Championship qualifier from Durban to Johannesburg.
Mexico secure gold medal with win over Puerto Rico in the final of 2016 Centro Basket BSR Championships
Mexico have won the 2016 Centro Basket BSR Championships in Costa Rica after they defeated Puerto Rico 59-48 in the final at the National Gymnasium in San José.
Hamburg will host the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships for men and women in 2018, it has been announced.
Griffiths announces retirement from wheelchair basketball after helping Britain to record result at Rio 2016 Paralympics
Clare Griffiths has announced her retirement from wheelchair basketball after helping Britain’s women’s team to a best-ever Paralympic Games result at Rio 2016 last month.
IWBF hope women's wheelchair basketball will grow in Africa following Algeria's historic participation at Rio 2016
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) secretary general Maureen Orchard is confident more African nations will compete in the women’s wheelchair basketball qualification tournament for future Paralympic Games after Algeria became the continent’s first-ever representatives at Rio 2016.
British Wheelchair Basketball chief executive Charlie Bethel has hailed Simon Munn as a "great ambassador to the sport" following the seven-time Paralympian’s decision to retire after Rio 2016.
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Under-23 Men's American Zone Championships for wheelchair basketball next year will take place in Buenos Aires, it has been announced.
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched by the Wheelchair Basketball Federation of India (WFBI) in a bid to help the nation send a team to its first-ever international tournament.