Wheelchair rugby

Today I’m going to talk about wheelchair rugby.

Originally the murderball, known as quad rugby in the United States, was created in 1993 by the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation.
This sport is practiced by people with disabilities such as poor training or sectioned mendres, which means that they use wheelchairs.
This sport is practiced in nearly 25 countries. But to practice this sport, you need: a wheelchair, a closed room with a parked floor, a rugby ball, and a team of players close to the contacts. Finally, you should know that contacts are made only between wheelchairs.

Thanks to sport, many disabled people have blossomed, because they all have the same speech, “sport allows them to forget their handicap”.

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