Exclusive Video: BlazeSports's Jordan Legacy
BlazeSports’ USAID funding for its sport for development project in Jordan came to an end in August...
CPISRA Technical Development Workshops in Africa
BlazeSports' Director of International Development, Stuart Sharp, as part of his role with CPISRA as...
Junior Wheelchair Hawks Win Double Honors
The Atlanta Junior Wheelchair Hawks open their 2013-14 season at the Winter Classic Wheelchair...
BlazeSports Haitian alumni put theory into practice
[caption id="attachment_9742" align="alignleft" width="300"] Haitian Amputee Soccer Championship[/caption]
GA Blazers in Fred Lamback Disability Swim Meet, Oct 19-20
The GA Blazers swim team arrived in force this weekend at the Augusta Aquatic Center to take part in...
Welcome to Wheelchair Tennis
Wheelchair tennis is played on a standard tennis court and follows many of the same rules as tennis. However, in wheelchair tennis, a player is allowed to let the ball bounce twice, not once, before hitting a return shot. Also, the athlete’s wheelchair is considered to be a part of the body, so rules applying to the player’s body apply to the chair as well.
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