|Japan (1st title)|
|Most titles||United States (4 titles)|
World Wheelchair Rugby Championships is an international wheelchair rugby competition contested by the national teams of the members of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF), the sport's global governing body.
The first Wheelchair Rugby World Championships was held in Notwil, Switzerland in 1995.
|Year||Host (final location)||Gold medal game||Bronze medal game|
|1995||Switzerland (Nottwil)|| |
|1998||Canada (Toronto)|| |
|31–28 || |
|2002||Sweden (Gothenburg)|| |
|25–24 || |
|2006||New Zealand (Christchurch)|| |
|2010||Canada (Vancouver)|| |
|2014||Denmark (Odense)|| |
|67-56 || |
|2018||Australia (Sydney)|| |
|62-61 || |
|Totals (5 nations)||7||7||6||20|
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- 3rd IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Championships, Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA)
- 4th IWRF World Wheelchair Rugby Championships, Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA)
- Results, Official site of the 2010 World Wheelchair Rugby Championships
- Australia lose World Championship final, Australian Paralympic Committee, September 27, 2010
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- "Results". 2018 IWRF World Wheelchair Rugby Championships website. Retrieved 11 August 2018.