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Looking for a hard-hitting, slam banging, gut-wrenching good time? Then Murderball (Quad Rugby) is the answer.
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program (RHISP) is proud to support the “Heartland Regional” Quad Rugby tournament at The Sports Zone, 6601 Coffman Road Indianapolis, IN 46268, on Feb. 18-20.
The Sports Zone has kindly opened their doors to host a spectacular event and welcome Indiana’s own Quad Rugby team and 7 other Quad Rugby teams from across the United States. Murderball or Quad Rugby is a fast paced, full contact wheelchair sport played indoors on a modified basketball court by individuals with some loss of function in all four limbs.