|New Zealand NZL|
|IWRF Zone||IWRF Asia-Oceania|
|National Federation||New Zealand Wheelchair Rugby Association|
|Medals|| Gold: 2004
Bronze: 1996 2000
|Medals|| Silver: 1998, 2006
|IWRF Asia-Oceania Championship|
|Medals|| Gold: 2005
Silver: 2001, 2003, 2009
The Wheel Blacks are the national wheelchair rugby team of New Zealand. The team won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Paralympics. The 2006 Wheel Blacks were captained by Tim Johnson and coached by Grant Sharman. Since 2011, the team is coached by Peter Martin. The Wheel Blacks name is one of many national team nicknames related to the All Blacks.
The Wheel Blacks placed third in the 2013 Be the Influence Wheelchair Rugby Tri-Nations tournament.
The announced team consisted of:
- "Paralympians aim for Medals in Beijing", NZ Live, July 16, 2008
- Interview with Grant Sharman by Brent Ward, rugbyfoundation.com, October 24, 2007
- "New Zealand to send a 30-strong team to Beijing Paralympic Games", Xinhua, May 7, 2008
- "USA crowned Tri-Nations champions".
- "Tri-Nations 2013 Team". Wheel Blacks.
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