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European Wheelchair Basketball Championship Heats up

The European Wheelchair Basketball Championship started hitting the business end of the tournament with the men’s penultimate group stage matches at Tenerife on Sunday.

In the opening game of the day Turkey made light work of Sweden as they cruised to a huge victory, 71-58. 233 more words

Wheelchair Basketball

Up up and Away in the Alps

Last weekend was the first big race of the year. I qualified for the European Age Group Standard Championships last August in Worthing.

This race promised to be completely different to Worthing’s choppy seas and brutal winds on the run. 1,278 more words

European Blind Football Championship Draw Announced

The European Blind football Championship has had their match draw set as the IBSA Football Committee made the draw on Friday afternoon for the event in Berlin which starts in August. 224 more words


European Wheelchair Rugby Championship Draw set

The European Wheelchair Rugby Championship schedule has been revealed with the teams due to arrive to compete in Koblenz in ten days.

As is traditional the hosts will close play in every day of competition which begins on the 24th of June. 266 more words

Wheelchair Rugby

21 Years Ago Today - Gazza Stole The Show

Yes, it was 21 years today that England and Scotland clashed at Wembley in a group game during Euro 96. I honestly can’t believe it was that long ago. 65 more words


How to Make the International Breaks Better

Make qualifying more of an event by having two long international breaks a year instead of five short ones.

It happens every time. A collective sigh is let out around the country as the last fixture of the weekend ends. 495 more words


Heaton Starts for England

Burnley Goalkeeper Starts for England

England boss Gareth Southgate said Tom Heaton’s ‘outstanding season’ is why the Clarets captain has been picked to start for the Three Lions against France.   248 more words