Nine Rio 2016 holdovers banner Rwanda women’s roster

Jean-Marie Vianney Nsengiyumva has called up 12 players to Rwanda’s women’s national sitting volleyball team roster to officially begin their campaign ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Nine players from Rwanda’s Rio 2016 roster are returning to the roster including captain Liliane Mukobwankawe and libero Solange Nyiraneza.   Nsengiyumva...

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Ngengiyumva to lead Rwanda in Tokyo 2020

Jean Marie Vianney Nsengiyumva was appointed as the new head coach of three-time African champions Rwanda women’s sitting volleyball team ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. He replaced Egyptian coach Mossad Rashad who held the position since 2019. With Rwanda’s preparations for Tokyo 2020 set to take off in...

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Successful World ParaVolley Courses Wrap up in Mozambique

With all participants and tutors now safely arrived back to their respective homes, it is time to look back on the most recent set of World ParaVolley Courses held in Africa. From December 3-9, 49 fully-funded participants gathered in Maputo, Mozambique to take part in four World ParaVolley courses: referees,...

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Breakthrough World ParaVolley course set for Mozambique

The spread of World ParaVolley continues to grow with another ground breaking course for coaches, referees and classifiers in Maputo, Mozambique from 3-9 December. A total of 52 candidates, including 17 women, from 10 countries – Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe – will take part...

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