Technical Delegate Glenn Stewart, instructor Louise Ashcroft and tournament director Ann Makheeta with the participants of the Level I Classification Course in Bangkok, Thailand

World ParaVolley conducts three courses in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand, June 7, 2019 – The World ParaVolley (WPV) conducted three courses in Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, on the occasion of the 2019 ParaVolley Asia Oceania Sitting Volleyball Zone Championships. The first two courses were conducted earlier for coaches and referees, particularly a Level 1 Coaching Course conducted by...

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Worldwide participation and reach key to Paris 2024 Sitting Volleyball inclusion

Sitting Volleyball’s inclusion in the sports program for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games was down to the “worldwide participation and reach of Sitting Volleyball, which is something that the World ParaVolley Membership plans and delivers at the national level,” World ParaVolley President Barry Couzner OAM said. Photo: World ParaVolley President Barry...

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Tokyo 2020: Sitting Volleyball dates confirmed

The competition schedule for Sitting Volleyball has been confirmed by the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee as part of its overall sport competition plan for the Paralympic Games, with the first serve set for 28 August running through to 6 September. Just like at Rio 2016, six days of Sitting Volleyball competition...

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Invictus Games – Afghanistan’s Sitting Volleyball team lifted by the locals

The Afghanistan sitting volleyball team won the majority of the crowd’s support during the pool competition at the Genea Netball Centre on Monday, despite not winning either of their pool games. Story courtesy of Invictus Games Main Photo: Afghanistan players celebrate winning a point against Team UK in their sitting volleyball...

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