Iran have retained their title in the men's ParaVolley Asia Oceania men's Sitting Volleyball Championship, while China won their second consecutive title in the women’s tournament.
The United States and China earned men’s and women’s gold, respectively, at the inaugural Beach Para Volley Standing World Series event in Pingtan in China today.
The United States and Poland 1 teams secured spots at the inaugural 2019 Beach ParaVolley Standing World Series Open final after dramatic victories today in PIngtan, China.
Germany and Poland 1 topped their respective groups with a sweep of all their matches in the pool play round at the inaugural Pingtan Beach ParaVolley World Series Open in China.
Barry Couzner, President of World ParaVolley, restated his event’s Paralympic ambitions for Los Angeles 2028 today as the first Beach ParaVolley World Series Open got underway in Pingtan in China.
Nine men's teams and two women's teams have arrived in Pingtan in China to compete in the first Beach ParaVolley World Series Open.
Kaiser returns from 12-year absence to feature in Australian team for inaugural Beach ParaVolley World Series event
Nic Kaiser is set to end a 12-year absence from international competition after being named in the Australian team at the inaugural Beach ParaVolley World Series in China next month.
Eight countries have entered teams to compete at the ParaVolley Asia Oceania (PVAO) Zone Championships taking place in Bangkok in June.
World ParaVolley (WPV) and the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which means they will "explore co-operative opportunities" across all of the sport's disciplines.
World ParaVolley has announced the members of its revamped Athletes' Commission after elections held across the world.
World ParaVolley to focus on beach discipline in bid for Los Angeles 2028 Paralympic Games inclusion
Pingtan Island in China will play host to the first Beach ParaVolley Standing World Series event later this year, it has been announced.
USA Volleyball have hired Michelle Goodall as assistant coach for the women's national sitting volleyball side.
World ParaVolley has staged four courses Mozambique's capital of Maputo which were part funded by the Agitos Foundation.
The President of World ParaVolley (WPV) Barry Couzner has declared 2018 "a year of change" in his end of year address to the governing body, while acknowledging there is still "much to do".
Halleh Jafari and Fariba Ahadi made history as they became the first Iranian women to referee international sitting volleyball match at the ParaVolley Europe New Nations Subzone tournament.