Ice sledge racing
Ice sledge racing is a Paralympic sport where contestants use a lightweight sledge and propel themselves using two poles. It is contested using a speed skating rink with a 400 meters (1,300 ft) circumference. It was a Paralympic sport between 1980-1988 and 1994–1998. The sport is contested in 100 metre, 500 metre, 700 metre, 1,000 metre, and 1,500 metre distances.
- Ice sledge speed racing at the Winter Paralympics
- Sledge hockey, a sport that uses the same sledge and sticks in a different manner.
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