United States began the Rio 2016 Wheelchair Rugby Qualification Tournament with two victories in the round robin phase in Paris today,
The United States will begin as favourites to claim one of two places on offer for the wheelchair rugby competition at this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro when the final qualification tournament is due to begin tomorrow.
Swedish head coach to assist Finland's wheelchair rugby team in Rio 2016 Paralympic Games qualification tournament
Sweden’s national wheelchair rugby head coach Benoit Labrecque is to assist Finland’s bid to join them at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Hosts France to begin pursuit of Rio 2016 berth against Finland at wheelchair rugby qualifying tournament
Hosts France will begin their quest for a place at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games against Finland in the opening match of the wheelchair rugby qualifying tournament, it has been announced.
Jussi Immonen has been appointed as the new head coach of Finland's wheelchair rugby team.
Britain's Simon Starr has been selected as the head table official for the wheelchair rugby tournament at next year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A total of CDN$90,000 (£43,000/$64,000/€39,000) worth of funding has been committed by the British Columbian Government ahead of next year's Canada Cup International Wheelchair Rugby tournament.
Japan claimed their maiden International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Asia-Oceania Championship title by defeating world and Paralympic champions Australia in today's final.
Canada defeated arch-rivals the United States to win the inaugural BT Wheelchair Rugby Challenge at the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London today.
United States stun Paralympic champions Australia to reach BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge final
United States produced a superb display to stun the Paralympic and world champions Australia to reach the gold medal match at the BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge on the penultimate day of action at the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Paralympic champions Australia became the first country to book their place in the semi-finals of the BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge at the Copper Box Arena on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London today.
It’s all about rugby at the moment, and the whole world is watching.
Paralympic champions Australia began their BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge campaign with a 65-62 victory over Japan at London's Copper Box Arena.
Canada and hosts Great Britain were victorious on the opening day of the BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) have announced a 12-man squad for the BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge, which is due to take place at the Copper Box Arena in London from October 12 to 16.