Wheelchair fencing was developed by Sir Ludwig Guttmann at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital and was introduced to the world at the Rome 1960 Paralympic Games.
Men and women with amputations, spinal-cord injuries and cerebral palsy are eligible to compete in foil epee (men and women) and saber (men) events. Their wheelchairs are fastened to the floor during competition.
|Type of data||Info data|
|Address||IWAS Olympic Village Guttman Road Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP21 9PP United Kingdom|
|Main Contact||Jakub Nowicki, IWAS Wheelchair Fencing Committee|
|IPC Sports Council Representative||Jakub Nowicki|