World champions Japan edged hosts Britain in today's final to win the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations tournament in Leicester.
Hosts Great Britain won both of their matches on day one of the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations in Leicester to stand on the brink of the final.
The second edition of the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations is due to begin in Leicester tomorrow with three days of action planned.
USA Wheelchair Rugby have announced that 37 athletes will attend their 2019 Parapan American Games team selection camp in January.
Britain to face world champions as second edition of Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations launched in Leicester
Canada, France, Japan and hosts Britain will contest the second edition of the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations in March.
Wheelchair rugby, one of a number of sports dropped from the UK Sport funding programme in December 2016, will receive £500,000 ($630,000/€554,000) - the maximum investment for a team sport - through a newly established UK Sport Aspiration Fund.
The Netherlands won the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation European Division B Championships in Lahti.
Paralympic gold medallist Ryan Scott will not be joining his Australian teammates to defend their wheelchair rugby title at Tokyo 2020 as he has announced his retirement.
Newly appointed International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) President Richard Allcroft has stressed the need to ensure financial stability in the sport.
Britain's Richard Allcroft has been elected as the new President of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF).
Japan stole the gold medal from hosts and defending champions Australia in incredible final of the Wheelchair Rugby World Cup by 62-61.
Hosts Australia, Japan, United States and Great Britain booked the semi-final spots as group action concluded at the Wheelchair Rugby World Championship in Sydney.
Great Britain and France are poised for a huge Group B showdown at the Wheelchair Rugby World Championship tomorrow with both sides now on a record of three victories and a defeat.
Canada suffered another surprise defeat on day two of the Wheelchair Rugby World Championship in Sydney.
Hosts and defending champions Australia began the Wheelchair Rugby World Championship in emphatic style by thrashing New Zealand 66-36 in Sydney.