About the IWRF
The International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) is the governing body responsible for the sport of Wheelchair Rugby. We were first established in 1993, as a sport section of the International Stoke Mandeville Wheelchair Sports Federation, which today is known as International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports. In January 2010, the IWRF became an independent sport federation and is now a member of the International Paralympic Committee.
The purpose of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation is to help develop, promote, and regulate the sport of Wheelchair Rugby on a global basis. The sport is currently played in more than 26 countries with many others in development. For more information, please contact us at one of the following sources:
International Wheelchair Rugby Federation
Suite 349 - 5158 48th Avenue
Delta, BC V4K 5B6
+1 779 232 9470 (for calls originating from the Americas)
+44 20 8133 0124 (for calls originating from the rest of the world)
IWRF can also be reached via Skype at SkypeID calliwrf
The IWRF Vision
To be a world leader in wheelchair sport.
The IWRF Mission
To grow and support the wheelchair rugby family.
IWRF Board of Directors
- John Bishop, President
- Ken Sowden, Vice President
- Eron Main, Secretary General
- Cathy Cadieux, Treasurer
- Richard Allcroft, Director
- Duncan Campbell, Director
- Gary Pate, Director
- Jens Sauerbier, Athlete Representative
IWRF Zonal Presidents
- Americas Zone – Juan Foa
- Asia-Oceania Zone – George Hucks
- European Zone – Christoph Werner
IWRF Standing Committees
- Athletes Council
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