Wheelchair rugby was originally known as 'murderball' thanks to its explosive, crash-contact nature. And now, the UK's newest side has been launched in Kent.
At the 2012 Olympics, Team GB's wheelchair rugby side only had a pool of 200 players to choose from, but that's set to increase for Rio 2016 as more local clubs are established.
Today the new Canterbury side officially launched - with a win. Sarah Saunders spoke to players Rachel Bowen and Kyle Hazelden; Canterbury Rugby Club vice chairman Jonathan Marsh and team captain at the paralympics 2012 - and Canterbury team coach Steve Brown.