Wheelchair rugby is an intense, contact team sport played in eight-minute quarters. To be eligible to compete, athletes must have an impairment in all four limbs. Players are assigned a point value from 0.5 to 3.5 – the higher the number of …
We will show you the rules and highlights of wheelchair rugby in one minute. Whether you are familiar with wheelchair rugby or want to know more about it, “One Minute, One Sport” explains the sport and how it works. Watch the video below.
Rugby is not just the domain of non-disabled athletes. Wheelchair rugby is a popular and robust game; we explain the wheelchair rugby rules you need to know.
The aim of Wheelchair Rugby is to score goals by carrying the ball across the opposing team's goal line. In order to score a goal, a player must cross the goal line with at least two of the four wheels on his wheelchair, while he has possession of the ball. Most often, the ball is carried on the player's lap.
Rules に移動 – Wheelchair rugby is a team sport for athletes with a disability. It is practised in over twenty-five countries around the world and is a summer Paralympic sport. The US name is based on the requirement that all wheelchair …
To be eligible to play Wheelchair Rugby, individuals must have a disability which affects the arms and legs. Most players have spinal cord injuries with full or partial paralysis of the legs and partial paralysis of the arms. Other disability groups …
The game is played with an official IWRF game ball on a hardwood basketball court marked with sidelines, baselines, a mid-court line, a centre circle and two key (goal) areas; The object of the game is to carry the ball over the opposing team's …
Information, coming events, and rules for wheelchair rugby, a Paralympic Games and team sport for athletes with disabilities.