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Rules to play Wheelchair Basketball
Wheelchair basketball is basketball played by people in wheelchairs and is considered one of the maj. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
1970s to the present
In 1973, the International Stoke Mandeville Games Federation (ISMGF) established the first sub section for wheelchair basketball. At that time ISMGF was the world governing body for all wheelchair sports.In 1989 ISMGF accepted for its former wheelchair basketball sub section to be named International Wheelchair Basketball Federation also known by the acronym IWBF.

Full independence came in 1993 with the IWBF becoming the world body for wheelchair basketball with full responsibility for development of the sport. Over the following years IWBF membership grew in size and based on the number of National Organizations for Wheelchair Basketball (NOWBs) with active programs, the international federation configured itself into four geographical zones Africa, Americas, Asia Oceania and Europe.



Team bench areas
Location of a player and an official
Classification
Dribble
Contact
Ball
1940s to 1960s
Loss of the ball
Eligible impairment groups
Physical advantage foul
1970s to the present
Uniforms
Court
Control and enforcement
Wheelchair
Time limits
Captain Duties and powers
Team balance
Injury
Basketball world championship


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