World ParaVolley has honoured American referee Dan Apol with a posthumous recognition certificate.
ParaVolley Europe has approved the launch of a Nations League competition for women’s teams following the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Former World ParaVolley sport director Gerard Brouwers of The Netherlands has died.
The captain of Rwanda's history-making women's sitting volleyball team believes her side will be better prepared for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics after their postponement to next year.
World ParaVolley has marked 40 years since sitting volleyball became part of the Paralympic Games programme by recognising a series of players, coaches, referees and administrators for their contribution to the sport.
Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallist Bethany Zummo is helping to support her community in California by producing masks to protect people from coronavirus.
World ParaVolley has appointed Albert Alejandro as its new social media manager.
World ParaVolley have postponed the Beach ParaVolley World Championships Series event that was set to take place in Pingtan in China.
World ParaVolley has cancelled its final men's sitting volleyball qualifier for this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Canada made it a perfect six wins from six as they swept aside Ukraine in the final of the women's sitting volleyball Paralympic qualifier in Halifax.
Hosts Canada and Ukraine are set to battle it out for a place in this summer's Paralympics after both won their semi-finals at the women's sitting volleyball qualifier in Halifax.
Hosts Canada have three wins from three and are top of the standings after two days of competition at the final women's sitting volleyball Paralympic qualification tournament.
Hosts Canada began with a pair of victories at sitting volleyball's Women's Final Paralympic Qualification Tournament for Tokyo 2020.
One last sitting volleyball team will book their place at Tokyo 2020 this week as the final Paralympic qualifying tournament is held in Halifax.
World ParaVolley remains hopeful its Beach World Series event scheduled for Pingtan in China in May will go ahead as planned, despite the coronavirus outbreak.