Carl Brunning and David Brudus go head to head in the first ever accessible motorcycle drag race.
Exercising now may help preserve your memory and cognition later in life
At the time, nothing sounded more contrary than "sports" wheelchair. The two words didn't even seem to go together ... and for many years they didn't. This week's Throwback Thursday cover is from our February 1977 issue. On the cover: Steve Scott of San Jose, Calif., is caught mid-stride in his "racing" sports chair. Note the low back, semi-pneumatic front tires, axle placement. Photo John Brennan.
Wheelchair sports have evolved a great deal over a relatively short period of time and these 10 people have made an impact on that growth which continues to be felt today.
Whether you call it "Murderball" or quad rugby, the hard-hitting, action-packed wheelchair sport helps change lives.
Minis are fun, sporty cars and people such as Ishmael Lara really push them to the limit when they tackle the road known as the "Tail of the Dragon."
Students build made-from scratch deer stand and trailer for Paralyzed Veterans of America Houston Chapter
Kelsey DiClaudio becoming a driving force in women's sledge hockey
Canada wheelchair basketball coach inducted into nation's Sports Hall of Fame
Tatyana McFadden, Kurt Fearnley win New York City wheelchair marathon races
Lower-limb snowboarders have an additional classification
Mike Shea, Mike Schultz win first banked slalom world cup titles
Volunteers needed for 2015 Nordic Skiing World Championships
IPC President says sports and physical activity play major role in recovery
IPC says it's pleased with "significant progress" by Rio 2016 Organizing Committee
2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games mascots announced
Sochi will host the 2015 International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation World Games
Venue for 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey A-Pool World Championships is up and running
New horseback riding facility opens in northeastern Arkansas
NWBA Championships honored by SportsTravel magazine
Lighter chairs benefit us all