Vale: Pheona Kimonge, World ParaVolley Classifier

World ParaVolley has learned that Ms. Pheona Kimonge of Kenya, one of the Federation’s International Classifiers, has passed away.   Details have only recently been published. Pheona died at the Kenyatta National Referral Hospital on the early morning hours of Sunday, September 13th, after a short illness.  She had lived with...

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ParaVolley Europe hires first ever employee

In a bid to deliver a more professional service to its stakeholders, ParaVolley Europe is proud to announce the hiring of their first ever employee. Tanja Gašić has been hired on a part time basis as Legal Adviser and Project Manager. Her tasks will range from optimising contracts to EU...

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“Athletes for Good Fund” opportunity for Para athletes

In partnership with the International Paralympic Committee and International Olympic Committee, this week new Paralympic Worldwide Partner Proctor & Gamble (P&G) has launched an initiative designed to support causes that athletes feel strongly about, and it is particularly relevant to the COVID environment that athletes have found themselves in this...

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Inacional approved as ParaVolley equipment provider

World ParaVolley is pleased to announce that Inacional has been approved as a provider of ParaVolley equipment for the next 4 years – the first Company in Europe to achieve homologation. Inacional is a Netherlands-based Company that has provided independent advice on sports equipment for more than 30 years and...

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Coach profile: Nicole Ban

“Coaching is the most rewarding career for me, and I hope that more females can find their way to do the same.” Coaching Team Canada Women’s Volleyball Sitting Team, Nicole Ban has become a leader not just nationally, but internationally. After playing volleyball at MacEwan University and professionally for Oslo...

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Update – 2020 World ParaVolley General Assembly

World ParaVolley President Barry Couzner OAM has confirmed that the 2020 General Assembly will be fully conducted online on 6 December 2020. The Board recently approved the move in light of COVID-19 and considered that the benefits were clear since a virtual General Assembly will ensure reduced costs and greater...

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