2018 World Championships Final Qualifier announced

In cooperation with the Korean Volleyball Association for the Disabled (KOVAD) and the Jeju Volleyball Association for Disabled (JVAD), World ParaVolley is pleased to announce the staging of the 2018 World Championships Final Qualification Tournament (M & W) in March of 2018. The Qualification event will take place in Jeju...

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World ParaVolley Board Meeting in Netherlands

The World ParaVolley Board is holding the first meeting of 2017 in the Netherlands this week.  On the table for consideration are the all-important Strategic Plan, Membership, Media & Communications, Beach Volleyball, Classification, Anti-Doping, HR and Development. The major events in 2017 for the teams include the World Club Cup,...

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World ParaVolley Releases Classification Review Process

All International Federations that are members of the International Paralympic Committee have become signatories to the IPC Classification Code and its associated International Standards. As a signatory, World ParaVolley is not only obliged to apply the Code but also to review its own classification rules and processes to ensure that...

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World ParaVolley and Senoh Corporation sign Homologation Agreement

World ParaVolley is pleased to announce that today President Barry Couzner signed a homologation (approval) contract with Senoh Corporation of Japan, represented by President Tetsuya Ozaki. At a ceremony in Tokyo, history was made for World ParaVolley as this is the first time that such an agreement has been made...

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Luxembourg Hosts Historic Level One World ParaVolley Coaching Course

Thirty-one participants descended on Luxembourg this past weekend for a four-day intensive ParaVolley coaching course that had an emphasis on Sitting Volleyball. An impressive attendance for the coaching qualification, but even more notable was the fact that 16 different countries were represented in what was a big step forward for...

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Rio2016 Sitting Volleyball Competition Pools Announcement

The pools for the Men’s and Women’s sitting volleyball competitions at the Rio2016 Paralympic Games are now confirmed, and there will certainly be some exciting play in the pool matches! Both the men’s and women’s competitions feature the top two world-ranked teams in Pool B.  The men’s Pool B features...

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World ParaVolley Sitting Volleyball Level 1 Coaching Course confirmed in Europe!

UPDATE: After under a month of the registration being open, the Level 1 Sitting Volleyball Coaching Course taking place in Luxembourg next month is full! 28 participants (including 2 translators) from 14 different countries from around the globe will take part in the first ever official World ParaVolley coaching qualification...

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World ParaVolley holds General Assembly in China

World ParaVolley holds General Assembly in China World ParaVolley held its General Assembly in Anji, China on March 14th in conjunction with the 2016 Intercontinental Sitting Volleyball Championship. World ParaVolley is governed by a biennial General Assembly, usually held in conjunction with a major international competition.  This year’s General Assembly...

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The Netherlands will host the 2018 Sitting Volleyball World Championships

The Netherlands will host the 2018 Sitting Volleyball World Championships World ParaVolley has now confirmed that the Dutch National Volleyball Federation, Nevobo, will organise the 2018 Sitting Volleyball World Championships, for women and men. The announcement was made at the 2016 General Assembly, just prior to the start of the...

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2016 World ParaVolley Intercontinental – Match Schedule

The 2016 World ParaVolley Intercontinental is one week away, and World ParaVolley is pleased to officially release the match schedule. Format: Rio qualified teams will play against each other and non-qualified teams will play against each other (both men and women) in separate groups due to the large number of...

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