2014 Southeast Regional Wheelchair Basketball Championships
For the third year in a row, BlazeSports America plays host to the top Junior wheelchair basketball teams...
Hawks Finish Third in Music City Madness
Day 3 of the 2014 Southern Regional Tournament only involved two games, the semi-finals and the Championship...
Prep Wins Music City Madness Tournament, Varsity Advance to Semi-Finals
BlazeSports’ Atlanta Junior Wheelchair Hawks finish Day 2 with a Prep Division Championship and our...
Hawks Undefeated in Day 1 of Music City Madness
BlazeSports’ Atlanta Junior Wheelchair Hawks finish Day 1 with a perfect 3-0 mark. The Varsity squad...
Hawks Compete in the Music City Madness
BlazeSports’ Atlanta Junior Wheelchair Hawks travel to Murfreesboro, TN and Middle Tennessee State...
Welcome to Wheelchair Fencing
Wheelchair Fencing was developed by Sir Ludwig Guttmann at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital. It was introduced at the 1960 Paralympic Games in Rome.
From a spectator’s point of view, the most striking feature of Wheelchair Fencing is the fact that athletes compete in wheelchairs that are fastened to the floor. However, these chairs allow the fencers freedom of movement in the upper body only and the activity is as fast-paced as in Fencing competitions for able-bodied.
International Paralympic Committee