Focus on Zonal Championships in latest PVAO Newsletter

The latest ParaVolley Asia Oceania (PVAO) provides an update on preparations on the 2019 Zone Championships, which will take place from 10 to 15 June in Bangkok, Thailand plus an updated calendar as well as much, much more. Read the PDF Newsletter here – PVAO Newsletter February 2019 PVAO President Lu Cailiang...

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Lu Cailiang wins “Persons Aid the Disabled” award

On December 28, 2018, the “Annual News Persons Aid the Disabled” event jointly organized by the China Commission of Promotion of Publicity for the Undertakings of Chinese Disabled Persons (CCPPUCDP) together with Xinhua Net was held in Beijing. And Lu Cailiang, the President of ParaVolley Asia Oceania (PVAO), won the...

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Asian Paralympic Committee, ParaVolley Egypt set eyes on successful future

With an exciting season ahead, World ParaVolley President Barry Couzner showed his support in two separate occasions that mark a new era in World ParaVolley. President Couzner flew to Dubai, UAE for the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC) Conference & General Assembly held on 3-6 February 2019 to discuss the future...

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Road to Tokyo: Bangkok to host 2019 Asia-Oceania Zone Championships

The continental quest to the Tokyo Paralympic Games is on! As the anticipation for the 2020 Paralympic Games builds stronger, Thailand is set to host the 2019 ParaVolley Asia Oceania Sitting Volleyball Zone Championships on 10-15 June 2019. Photo: As hosts of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Japan have already qualified...

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Now is the time to develop your Beach program and prepare your teams says Asia Oceania

“Now is the time to develop your Beach program and prepare your teams”. That’s the message from Asia Oceania ParaVolley (PVAO) to its members in an end of year newsletter, which is available for download here. PVAO said the ParaVolley Beach Standing World Series, which World ParaVolley is launching in 2019,...

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Asian Para Games – Sitting Volleyball – Iran and China’s treble triumph

Iran and China continued their dominance of men’s and women’s Sitting Volleyball, winning the Asian Para Games title for the third consecutive time at Indonesia 2018. Both finals on Thursday ended in a 3-0 victory; Iran beat China in the men’s event while China defeated Iran in the women’s final....

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Erik Kaskabayev – Kazakhstan setter grateful for second chance through Sitting Volleyball

Thirty-two-year-old Kazakhstan setter Erik Kaskabayev started playing Sitting Volleyball in 2002 when he was 16. The coach of the local club of Kyzylordq City invited him to play, marking the debut of his international sport career three years later. Erik is very grateful for Sitting Volleyball as it offered him...

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Asian Para Games – Sitting Volleyball – Both finals to feature China v Iran

In a repeat of four years ago, China will play Iran in both the women’s and men’s finals in the Sitting Volleyball competition at the 2018 Asian Para Games after all four teams comfortably won their semifinals at the GBK – Tennis Indoor Arena in Jakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday. China...

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Asian Para Games – Sitting Volleyball semifinals – Men’s lineup and Women’s teams confirmed

Just like four years ago, Paralympic and world champions Iran will play Iraq while world No. 10 Kazakhstan will take on China in the 2018 Asian Para Games Sitting Volleyball men’s semifinals, which will take place on Wednesday at the GBK – Tennis Indoor Arena in Jakarta, Indonesia. Tuesday saw...

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