Shoshana Sharabi (1951 - 2018) was an Israeli Paralympic athlete, wheelchair fencer and wheelchair basketball player. She won two gold medals in foil, and wheelchair basketball.
Wheelchair power add-on devices provide a more functional and less expensive option (versus a motorized wheelchair) for people who still have some ability in pushing a manual wheelchair.
Puisand Lai (born July 29, 2000) is a Canadian wheelchair tennis and 1.0 point wheelchair basketball player.
Rick Draney is a former wheelchair tennis and wheelchair rugby player. In wheelchair tennis, he competed in the Quad division of the sport.
Cooper holds 25 patents in wheelchair technology. He is the inventor of many advanced mobility devices and assistive technologies.
Kaan Dalay (born July 26, 1981) is a Turkish wheelchair basketball player and Paralympian.
He has used a wheelchair since childhood, and until establishing Mirairo competed in wheelchair racing and wheelchair basketball events.
Charlotte Moore (born 13 September 1998) is a wheelchair racer who has won four Virgin London wheelchair mini-marathons, a wheelchair tennis player and a 1.0 point wheelchair basketball player who represented Great Britain at the 2014 Women's World Wheelchair Basketball Championship in Toronto and the 2018 Wheelchair Basketball World Championship in Hamburg.
Hose is a 3.0 point wheelchair rugby player. the Victoria state wheelchair rugby team, and plays for the Victorian Thunder in the National Wheelchair Rugby League.
The United States Wheelchair Rugby Association (USWRA) is a non-profit organization and the governing body for the domestic competition of wheelchair rugby in the United States.
Gordon Perry is a British wheelchair athlete who has competed in wheelchair racing and wheelchair basketball.
The exceptions are paratriathlon, equestrian, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair tennis and paracanoe.
Denise Jacqueline Smith [...] is a former British wheelchair athlete. A Paralympian and longtime wheelchair athlete, Smith won the inaugural London Marathon wheelchair race in a time of 4:29:03.
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