World ParaVolley President Barry Couzner outlined the governing body's "successes" in 2017 and looked ahead to a "busy" 2018 in a New Year's message to the organisation's members.
Three-time Paralympian Elvira Stinissen hopes sitting volleyball will spread across her homeland when The Netherlands host the World Championships in July 2018.
World ParaVolley (WPV) has announced that the final qualification tournament for the 2018 Sitting Volleyball World Championships will take place in Jeju in South Korea.
World ParaVolley has appointed Britain's Jonathan Moore as its technical delegate for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Branko Mihorko has been elected as the new President of ParaVolley Europe.
Russia were crowned winners of the men’s European Sitting Volleyball Championships after overcoming Ukraine in the final in Porec.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s hopes of winning the men’s European Sitting Volleyball Championships title for the 10th consecutive time came to an end with a semi-final defeat to Russia in Porec.
Bosnia and Herzegovina will meet Russia in the semi-finals of the European Sitting Volleyball Championships in Poreč as they seek to retain their men’s title.
Defending champions Russia secured top spot in Group B of the 2017 European Sitting Volleyball Championships women’s event in Poreč today.
Bosnian men and Russian women continue bid to retain European Sitting Volleyball Championships titles
Serbia's men emerged triumphant over Georgia in Group B of the 2017 European Sitting Volleyball Championships in Poreč today with a 3-0 win, while in Group C The Netherlands won 3-1 against Latvia.
Hosts Croatia completed a fine 3-0 victory over Italy in the men's section of the 2017 European Sitting Volleyball Championships in Porec.
World champions Bosnia and Herzegovina will be among the favourites in the men's competition at the 2017 European Sitting Volleyball Championships in Porec in Croatia.
Brazil and the United States ended the ParaVolley Pan America Championships as gold medal winners after a dominant display in Montreal.
The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) and World ParaVolley have penned an Memorandum of Understanding.
The first World ParaVolley Development Centre has been opened in Chinese city Hangzhou.