Latest News for London Olympics
Wheelchair rugby: The big hit of the Games - so will it take over the playgrounds?
Plan to allow able-bodied children to take part in the sport has sparked debate.
8th September 2012
'Murderball' teams prepare for slaughter as wheelchair rugby gets started at the Paralympics
USA are favourites for the gold, but only narrow margins separate the top teams.
5th September 2012
Paralympics: Murderball on wheels
It's fast, it's rough and it's set to be a highlight of the Paralympics. But what's it really like to play wheelchair rugby? Tom Peck joined the Team GB stars to find out...
9th June 2012
World's top Wheelchair Rugby teams arrive in London for Olympic Park test event
Four of the world's best Wheelchair Rugby teams have arrived in London to compete in the London International Invitational Wheelchair Rugby Tournament this week, a test event for the Paralympic Games and part of the London Prepares series.
17th April 2012
Sehmi: Wheelchair rugby saved my life when I was at an all-time low
UK Sport chair Baroness Sue Campbell recently asserted in a Sportsmail interview that sport can change people's lives, with particular regard to what has been dubbed our 'corrosive youth culture'.
5th April 2012
'It's go time' for Team GB's wheelchair rugby adrenaline lovers
The decision to change the official name of the Paralympic Games's most exciting and eye-catching sport from the arresting Murderball to the more accurate if prosaic Wheelchair Rugby in the late 1980s has not diminished its appeal. Tickets for the London
17th March 2012