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Stuart Robinson delivered a chair-rattling hit during the wheelchair rugby final between Great Britain and the United States that was a reminder of why the sport is famously called "murderball."

It came at a crucial moment in the second half, with the British leading 41-40. Robinson watched as Joseph Delagrave received a pass and smashed into his chair with enough force to send the American toppling over. The play resulted in a crucial turnover that helped send Great Britain on its way to a stunning 54-49 upset of the Americans on Sunday afternoon.

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