- Dr. Bob Segalman, President & Founder, Speech-to-Speech
- Wheelchair Football Training Video
- Program Spotlight: 29th Annual National Veterans Wheelchair Games
- Table Tennis
- New Food Pyramid Misses Mark for People with Disabilities
- Rise in Scooters and Power Wheelchairs Could Increase Risk of Obesity
- Response to Last Month's Column on Use of Power Mobility Devices
- FreeWheeling in my Wheelchair!
- Sports for Children and Youth with Disabilities
- Wheelchair Softball
- Football (American)
- Wheelchair Tennis
- Exerstrider Fitness for People Who Use Wheelchairs
- Wheelchair skills training for community-based manual wheelchair users: A randomized controlled trial
- Community Voice: The Importance of Mentoring - An Interview with Jean Driscoll
- Focus on Secondary Condition Prevention: Use of Assistive Technology to Reduce Pain for Manual Wheelchair Users
- Comparison of cardiovascular adaptations to long-term arm and leg exercise in wheelchair athletes versus long-distance runners.
- Spotlight on Mary Allison Milford - U.S. Paralympic Athlete
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Wheelchair basketball is a sport played primarily by people with disabilities. In some countries such as Canada, Australia and England, able-bodied athletes are allowed to compete alongside other athletes on mixed teams. It is based in basketball with some adaptations to reflect the presence of the wheelchair, and to harmonize the different levels of disabilities players have. The sport is governed in the US by the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA ) and internationally by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) .
Wheelchair basketball has intense competition on the international level, and competitions include the Paralympic Games, an event held for athletes with physical disabilities in the Olympic host city two weeks after the Olympic Games, and the Gold Cup, a qualifying tournament held two years after every paralympics. Major players include Canada, Australia, USA, England, the Netherlands, and Japan.