BulletBall: A Therapeutic Table Sport by Inclusion Sports
|An exciting game of Bulletball|
Marc Griffin and his ex-wife Delores Griffin created BulletBall in the mid-1980s as a hobby and played among friends and family during weekends and vacations at events like summer picnics and parties. They designed BulletBall to be played comfortably and competitively, with each player deciding for themself if he or she will sit or stand to play. Similar to table tennis, the object of the game is to return the ball to the opponent's side of the table, which is distinguished by color (see photo). The first person to get the ball past his or her opponent, scores. However, instead of using paddles, players use their forearms or hands to hit the ball either directly towards their opponents or into the side rails.