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wheelchair

Med a special chair mounted on large wheels, for use by invalids or others for whom walking is impossible or temporarily inadvisable
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Riverside FC Powerchair football team were formed in 2018 and have made positive steps with weekly coaching sessions and their debut in the MDUK National Championship league which takes place at The PEAK in Stirling.
Summer Rice, who has cerebral palsy, has been playing the sport for two years but the powerchair she had been using was limiting her potential.
If you love stories of the sea, you'll love this museum, and one powerchair user told us they enjoyed the 'accessible tour under the city' of Liverpool's Old Dock.
Villa Rockets Powerchair Football Club has received PS2,500 from Heart of England Community Foundation to Jonathan Morley, from Villa Rockets, front, with Clive Morley, Aaron Greaves, from Heart of England Community Foundation, and Paul Brown partly fund a new chair and help cover the hire of its training base at Doug Ellis Sport Centre.
I am from Belfast and I am the founder of Trailblazers Powerchair Football Club which specialises in providing a space for people with physical and learning difficulties to play football in a fun and engaging way.
Glasgow Gladiators Powerchair Football Club have been handed PS10,000 to buy a powerchair, which will give more disabled players the chance to take part.
ATEAM of powerchair footballers are in a desperate race against time to fund a championship game trip to Denmark.
At Percy Hedley School pupils celebrated Youth Sport Trust National School Sport Week by joining in activities such as powerchair football, golf, dodgeball, wheelchair basketball, canoeing, sailing, boccia and athletics.
Federations recognized by the IPC that are not part of the Summer Games program include the Badminton World Federation, International Federation of Powerchair Football, International Handball Federation, International Hockey Federation and World Taekwondo Federation.
Held at the National Indoor Arena (NIA) Community Hall, the children had the chance to experience a number of disability sports - from Powerchair Football to Goalball - with medals being awarded throughout the day by the Team GB Goalball team.
Their achievements were nearly matched by the Sporting Club Albion Powerchair football team and the University of Birmingham's Lions American Football team.