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What's the difference between "wheelchair" and "wheelchair quad" events?



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Re: What's the difference between "wheelchair" and "wheelchair quad" events?

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Re: What's the difference between "wheelchair" and "wheelchair quad" events?

To be eligible for Quads, you have to be a Quadraplegic, i.e. have limited or no functionality in three of your limbs.
For the "regular" wheelchair draw players typically have both arms funtional, for quads they only have full use of one arm.
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