• Are you Wheelchair Rugby Ready?
  • The only full contact wheelchair sport in the world
  • An invasion and evasion sport...
  • Actively played in 26 countries with more in development
  • Wrecking wheelchairs around the world since 1977
  • Combines the ethos of Rugby with elements of basketball and handball
  • Don't just sit there - get in the game
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Thrills & Spills

Wheelchair Rugby is a coed team sport for male and female tetraplegic athletes. It is an invasion and evasion game, the object being to carry the ball across the opposing team’s goal line to score points. Of course, it's not quite as simple as that! Watch our videos to see the thrills and spills of the sport.

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Upcoming events

2017 GIO Wheelchair Rugby National Championship and GIO 2018 IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Championship Official Test Event
2nd August - 5th August 2017
Sydney, Australia
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2017 New Zealand National Championship
11th August - 13th August 2017
Canterbury, New Zealand
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IWRF World Rankings

1. Australia
2. United States of America
3. Japan
4. Canada
5. Great Britain