Liz Dunn is seeking to make history as the first woman to play for the United States wheelchair rugby team at the Paralympic Games.
Wheelchair Rugby News
Australia is set to begin a campaign to win a third consecutive Paralympic Games gold medal, when they compete in the 2020 Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations in Leicester next month.
Eron Main has announced he is stepping down as chief executive and secretary general of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF).
Leicester is set to again play host to the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations tournament next year in what will be the third edition of the event, Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) has announced.
Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) has today announced that former UK Athletics chair Ed Warner has been appointed to the Board of Trustees with immediate effect and will take over from the current chair, Kevin Aitchison, when he stands down in September 2020.
Canadian city Richmond has been announced as host of the 2020 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) Paralympic Qualification Tournament.
The International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) is seeking feedback from its members on the development of an international competition structure for low-point wheelchair rugby.
The United States defeated Australia to top the podium at the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge in Tokyo.
Australia edged past Japan to reach the final of the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge in Tokyo.
Japan wowed the home crowd as they saw off a spirited British effort to set up a World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge semi-final against Australia in Tokyo.
Paralympic champions Australia recorded a second successive victory in their bid to win the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge in Tokyo.
The chairman of Japan Para-Sports Association Mitsunori Torihana said anticipation for next year's Paralympic Games is increasing substantially as the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge (WWRC) began here today.
Japan's wheelchair rugby team have been inspired by their nation's Rugby World Cup endeavours, as they gear up for the World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge, starting in Tokyo tomorrow.
Spain will host the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) European Division C Championship.
Reigning men's European rugby union champions Saracens have founded their first wheelchair rugby club.