The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Europe has confirmed club competition is set to return with the Champions Cup from April 30 to May 2.
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Spanish Basketball Federation signs deal to help promote events for children with and without disabilities
The Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB) and the Spanish Federation of Sports for People with Physical Disabilities (FEDDF) have signed an agreement that aims to promote wheelchair basketball and the organisation of events in which children with and without disabilities can participate.
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) has had its 2021 rules translated into Greek and Spanish, representing the first non-English versions of the document.
The Brazilian Wheelchair Basketball Confederation (CBBC) has elected a new Board of Directors and President.
British Wheelchair Basketball has joined forces with four leading organisations in a bid to double participation in the sport through its new Inspire a Generation programme.
One player has been found ineligible by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) during the first part of the second phase of its classification reassessment process.
Kathy Newman has been elected President of Wheelchair Basketball Canada (WBC), replacing Steve Bach, who had been in the role for 15 years.
International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) has announced the primary phase of its minimum impairment criteria (MIC) research project has been completed.
Fitzpatrick hails "phenomenal opportunity" with 3x3 wheelchair basketball set to debut at Birmingham 2022
Siobhan Fitzpatrick has described as "phenomenal" the opportunity to be involved in her sport - 3x3 wheelchair basketball - when it makes its Commonwealth Games debut at Birmingham 2022.
Erica Gavel has been elected vice-chair of the Canadian Paralympic Athletes' Council.
At 20-player squad for the Australian women's wheelchair basketball team has been announced, with just two athletes who have past Paralympic experience included.
African countries Rwanda, Liberia and Ethiopia are among four new members of the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF).
British Wheelchair Basketball has launched its "Inspire a Generation" programme to double participation over the next four years.
The Australian men's wheelchair basketball team is stepping up its preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics with a training camp starting on Thursday (January 28).
Australia's men's wheelchair basketball head coach Craig Friday is to also coach the women's side this year.