Entries tagged "wheelchair basketball"

“We knew they were going to fight”

Team USA’s wheelchair basketball players Paul Schulte and Joseph Chambers talk MEDAL QUEST through their bronze medal match against Great Britain’s “really good” players.

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2012 LONDON WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS

Team USA's Men's and Women's wheelchair basketball teams at the 2012 London Paralympic Games.

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DAY 9 OF COMPETITION - Live from London

7 September 2012 - It’s coming down to the final stretch here in the Games – just one more full day of competition on Saturday, then final events and the Closing Ceremonies on Sunday.

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DAY 2 OF COMPETITION - Live from London

31 August, 2012 - Another beautiful day in London. I’ve been surprised every day when the sun shines, after the soggy wet spring and early summer Britain had. Fingers crossed that the weather holds as the Track and Field and Soccer events are starting!

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"I LIKE TO TAKE RISKS"

Alana Nichols of the women’s wheelchair basketball team admits she likes going “really fast.” “I love feeling my heart beat,” she says.

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INSIDE WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL

In 2008, Jennifer Krempien of the Canadian women’s wheelchair basketball team took time to explain the “three things to remember” in wheelchair basketball.

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HITTING THE OUTSIDE JUMP SHOT

Paul Schulte, co-captain of the men’s wheelchair basketball team, answers the questions everyone asks about his sport.  

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TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS

Hi :-) I'm Paul, and I'm co-captain for the 2012 Men's Wheelchair Basketball team.  You'll be excited to hear that the U.S. is a serious contender for gold at the London 2012 Paralympics. 

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