BlazeSports Summer Programs
This Summer, BlazeSports is working with a variety of excellent partners to bring you a range...
33rd Annual Dixie Games Wrap-Up
The 33rd Annual Dixie Games concluded on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12th with Track and Field at Alfred...
BlazeSports Delivers Second Mini Festival to Promote Physical Activity...
This past week, BlazeSports Haiti organized the second of four mini festivals designed to promote...
Atlanta Junior Wheelchair Hawks Back to Back National Champions!!
Prep Repeat as National Champions
Varsity Wins Consolation Game
In what many people thought would...
2013 Roosevelt Games
The beautiful facilities at Roosevelt Warm Springs are host to the 2013 Roosevelt Games, a multi-sport...
Welcome to Wheelchair Rugby
The objective of wheelchair rugby is for a player to carry a ball across the opponent’s goal line in order to score a point. A volleyball is used and must be bounced or passed between teammates at least once every 10 seconds during play. The sport is played in four eight-minute stop-time quarters indoors on a basketball court. All players are classified based on their abilities from 0.5 to 3.5 points. Four players from each team are allowed on the court at a time and the classification value between them cannot exceed eight points.
International Paralympic Committee