Glow in the Dark Wheelchair Basketball is set to brighten courts across the UK as British Wheelchair Basketball and The Lord’s Taverners announce plans to welcome more young people to the sport.
Birmingham confirmed as the host city for 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Job Title: Chief Executive, British Wheelchair Basketball Location: Loughborough and Sheffield Closing date: Saturday 20th January 2018 British Wheelchair Basketball is now entering a new
A leading coach from the North West of England, Anna Jackson, has been recognised for her achievements, by being announced as a winner at the 2017 UK Coaching Awards.
British Wheelchair Basketball marks 1000 days to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Games with the launch of its GB teams Elite Training Centre.
Molten announced as the official ball of British Wheelchair Basketball for the Tokyo cycle
This weekend the North claimed the 2017 School Games wheelchair basketball title following a hard fought battle against reigning champions England Central. The squad brought home the gold medal returning it to the North for the first time since 2013.
The 2017 School Games are just around the corner and once again BWB is hosting the wheelchair basketball competition at Loughborough University. This is an unmissable opportunity to watch young stars of the sport compete at the highest level.
British Wheelchair Basketball appoints former GB Rower and Olympian Tom Solesbury as Chair of its Performance Advisory Group (PAG).
Close to 200 young wheelchair basketball players will compete in the 2017 Lord’s Taverners National Junior Championships this weekend.
On Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 August talented junior wheelchair basketball players from across England and the Home Countries will take part in the two day Lord’s Taverners National Junior Championships.