RaceRunning Australia officially launches on the heels of a fantastic Australian come 'n' try tour in November 2018.Read More
On Sunday, 28 September 2018, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) published the 2019 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (List); the 2019 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes; and the 2019 Monitoring Program.Read More
On Thursday, 20 September, Federal Minister for Sport, Senator Bridget McKenzie launched a $22.9 million grants program aimed as incentivising sport and physical activity providers to innovate and keep older Australian active.Read More
From 2-5 August 2017, six (6) of the world’s finest teams showed why wheelchair rugby is ‘Not just your regular seat at the rugby’. Two Championships were on offer - the 2017 GIO Wheelchair Rugby National Championship and the GIO 2018 IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Championship Official Test Event.Read More
The Purple Hearts is an initiative of the Randwick City Football Club created out of the vision to be an inclusive club that uses the power of sport to promote friendship, commitment and team spirit... and they want YOU!Read More
Basketball Australia is on the hunt for a new Head Coach for the Aussie Rollers men's Wheelchair Basketball team.
The Rollers have enjoyed success at Paralympic and World Championship level (current back to back World Champions) and the men's Wheelchair program includes an U23 National team (Spinners). The Rollers Head coach will have an influential role in both programs.Read More
NZ Wheelchair Rugby is seeking applications for the role of Head Coach for the New Zealand National Team, namely the Wheel Blacks.
The applicant will have an understanding of the game of wheelchair rugby and team performance.
You’ll work with athletes from diverse levels of experience, so your excellent communication skills and ability to lead a team will be valuable assets in this role. Planning and organising a programme to achieve success internationally is key to this role.
Term of Appointment
The term of appointment will be effective from completion of the 2016 Paralympic Games to completion of the World Championships 2018.
Pending a successful review at the conclusion of the 2018 World Championships, the coach may be offered a further extension, by mutual agreement between themselves and NZWR, and through to the 2020 Paralympics.
Applications close 2nd October 2016
Over the next 12 days athletes will compete in 22 sports. To see the schedule for each sport, click the links below. Times listed on each page are local time in Brazil. Australia is 13 hours ahead, so to convert from Brazil time to AEST time (East Coast) simple add 1 hour and swap AM to PM. Alternatively use this time converter to the right.Read More
The 2016 Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League (WNWBL) concluded last weekend with the Be Active Western Stars completing a clean sweep during the finals weekend to secure the 2016 Championship.Read More
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Peta Forsyth, a PhD Scholar in Paralympic Sports from the Australian Institute of Sport is conducting research on comparing able-bodied and spinal cord injured athletes during exercise in the heat.Read More
The AFL today announced the official partnership with Disability Sport Australia (DSA) to develop Wheelchair Australian Football.
‘Wheelchair Aussie Rules’ was developed to provide all Australian Football enthusiasts with or without a disability with an Australian Football experience that has strong parallels with the traditional game. Based on AFL rules and played on a basketball or netball court, this wheelchair sport is open to anyone to play.Read More
Disability Sports Australia (DSA), the national body representing athletes with a physical disability, has won an international bidding process to host the International Wheelchair Rugby World Championships in Sydney in August 2018.Read More