Announcement – Canada to Host Tokyo 2020 Women’s Final Paralympic Qualification Tournament

World ParaVolley, Volleyball Canada and Volleyball Nova Scotia sign the contract for the Tokyo 2020 Women’s Final Paralympic Qualification Tournament World ParaVolley, Volleyball Canada and Volleyball Nova Scotia are pleased to announce that the Tokyo 2020 Women’s Final Paralympic Qualification Tournament will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada from...

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IWAS World Games welcomes sitting volleyball – a first!

World ParaVolley president Barry Couzner OAM and International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWASF) president Rudi Van De Abbeele met in Bonn recently on the occasion of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Conference and General Assembly. They took the opportunity to sign the agreement for sitting volleyball to be included...

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Sitting Volleyball Rules of the Game Committee confirmed

The World ParaVolley Sitting Volleyball Rules of the Game Committee has been confirmed, with the addition of the Women’s and Men’s teams’ representatives having been confirmed by the Board of Directors. Recent elections for these two positions resulted in Bill Hamiter, USA, and Michael Merten, GER having been elected to...

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Tokyo 2020 Paralympics qualification update

October, 2019 – All 2019 Sitting Volleyball Zonal Championships have now been completed, and the following teams have now qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Sitting Volleyball Competition. Men Japan – Host IR Iran – 1st place, 2018 World Championships Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2nd place, 2018 World Championships...

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