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‘When chess meets dodge-’em cars’: Murderball kicks off at the Paralympics

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Paralympic champion Ryley Batt will co-captain Australia’s number one-ranked Wheelchair Rugby team, Steelers.

179 Australian athletes will take part in the Paralympic Games as they get underway today.

Batt told Ben Fordham he’s developed a love for Wheelchair Rugby, also known as ‘murderball’.

“Think of like dodge em cars … or a little bit like a chess game.

“It’s the only Paralympic sport that encourages athletes to knock each other out of wheelchairs!”

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Image: Getty/Moto Yoshimura 

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