murderball


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murderball

(ˈmɜːdəˌbɔːl)
n
(Rugby) a form of rugby played in wheelchairs by people afflicted with quadriplegia
Translations
murderballquadrugby
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Then there was Murderball, with the squad split into two teams for a session in the in-goal area.
They include films like The Armstrong Lie, The Conquest of Everest, Derby, Facing Ali, The Great American Cowboy, Hoop Dreams, Mad Hot Ballroom, Murderball, Olympia, Pumping Iron, Spellbound, and When We Were Kings.
He has taken up wheelchair tennis and rugby for a completely different sort of experience and confesses that there might be a reason why wheelchair rugby is nicknamed murderball.
It'll be well worth your time to tune into the Paralympics, especially with sports like goalball and murderball, (http://www.
Others include The Secret of Kells on October 4, Arrietty on October 11, Wild Tales on October 15, Shaun the Sheep - October 17, Murderball - October 19, Alice in Wonderland on October 29 and Back to the Future on November 1.
Mairs, supra note 383; O'Brien, supra note 329; Murderball (ThinkFilm 2005); Tim Dean, Stumped, in The Porn Archives 420 (Tim Dean, Steven Ruszczycky & David Squires eds.
e fearless teenager, who excels in e fearless teenager, who excels in murderball, one of the roughest games on the planet, has been nominated for a Sunday Mail Young Scot sports award.
The club has links with disabled groups across the country and offers a variety of wheelchair sports: rugby, basketball, tennis, table tennis, Boccia, murderball, and goalball.
Identity theft and other 'interweb' issues are sternly addressed by the director of Murderball in this ensemble drama starring - unintended irony alert - Identity Thief's Jason Bateman.
Although he misses the sport he used to play regularly Daniel cannot take part in wheelchair rugby - also known as murderball - at a competitive level.
For where Wheelchair Rugby Union is a form of Murderball, the rugby league equivalent plays to the format of the able-bodied game.