RaceRunning Classification, Class RR2 (Part 3)

In the RaceRunning Classification, athletes with severe athetoid, spastic, ataxic dystonic, or mixed quadriplegia are in this class. 1. Spasticity, athetosis, ataxia, dystonia, or weakness limits active pushing movements of the lower extremities. 2. Asymmetric stride pattern, but more effective than RR1 Those athletes with spasticity would have grade 2…

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RaceRunning Classification, Class RR1 (Part 2)

In the RaceRunning Classification, athletes with severe athetoid, spastic, ataxic dystonic, or mixed quadriplegia are in this class. The RR1 will have severe involvement in the lower extremities and trunk and moderate to critical participation in the upper extremities. Only gross patterns of movement, flexion, and extension, with ineffective leg…

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RaceRunning Classification (Part 1)

The RaceRunning Classification is a functional system. The athletes are assessed in the RaceRunner to determine the practical use of their extremities operating the RaceRunner. A bench test is also used to determine the type and degree of the motor and neurological problem. RaceRunning is a sport open to athletes…

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RaceRunner (The RaceRunning Bike)

People of all ages use RaceRunning bikes (RaceRunner) for recreation, everyday mobility, and sport at all levels. Race Running has started from Denmark to other countries like Portugal, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, UK, Canada, Finland, the USA, and Saudi Arabia. RaceRunning is an athletic discipline where the athlete is…

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RaceRunning

RaceRunning is a sport designed for athletes with disabilities and balance impairments. Athletes use a running bike, called RaceRunner, which features a three-wheeled frame with saddle and body supports and no pedals. they should have the ability to steering the bike The RaceRunner bike allows individuals with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular…

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