CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM REFINED

As presented in the Sport Congress 2018 thanks to a certain number of evidence-based researches and studies the IPCH Classification Committee has succeeded in proving the need of creating and using “half point classes” to better describe the functionality of each player and ensure a more fair and precise overall ... More

NEW SPORT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

At the Sport Congress this passed monday, the new IWAS Sport Executive Committee put together after the nominees was voted in. Current chairman Fabio Rodo (Italy) and Miro Reijonen (Finland) was candidates for the position as the chairman. Fabio Rodo was re-elected as chairman of the Sport Executive Committee. Anna ... More

INTERVIEW | KIERAN WATTS

I discovered Powerchair Hockey in 2010. I had been playing other sports previously, but I had friends that played Powerchair Hockey. They were preparing for the World Championships of 2010. That’s when I knew that I wanted to represent my country one day. It’s my biggest goal and come September 27th I will have ... More

UPDATED CLASSIFICATION MANUAL

We have updated the classification manual. The updated classification manual will be valid after the 2018 Sport Congress and can be found in the Sport Congress download section: Powerchairhockey.org/sportcongress2018   You can still find the old Classification Manual which will be the current valid edition ... More

INTERVIEW | MAARTEN CLAES

I got to know Powerchair Hockey via a teacher of my elementary school, she knew the sport and introduced me to it. What I love so much about it, is the fact that you can sweat on the field and you will cool down because of driving so fast on the field. Just kidding. Just like a lot of other sports, Powerchair Hockey is a ... More

INTERVIEW | JÖRG DIEHL

At my school, a Powerchair Hockey workshop was offered and since I’ve always been interested in sports, I participated. I got a new wheelchair back then but as my mother was afraid it could be damaged, she forbade me to play Powerchair Hockey. Of course I continued playing secretly. Only when I went to a boarding school ... More