The purpose was to develop a valid and reliable battery of quad rugby skill tests. Participants were 65 adult, male, quad rugby athletes. Content validity was established in two modified Delphi rounds by a panel of international experts. For concurrent validity, Spearman rho correlations between coaches’ rankings of players’ skills and scores ranged from .63 to .98 for the total battery. For construct validity, principal factor analysis with oblique rotation revealed two factors. Intraclass reliability coefficients ranged from .94 to .99. The battery includes five tests: maneuverability with the ball, pass for accuracy, picking, sprinting, and pass for distance.
Abu B. Yilla is with the Department of Exercise, Sport, and Health Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington. Claudine Sherrill is with the Kinesiology Department at the Texas Woman’s University, Box 425647, Denton, TX 76204. Please direct all correspondence to Abu Yilla, P.O. Box 19259, UTA Station, Arlington, TX 76019.