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Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Named Best Libero at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics
  • Volleyball icon Member of the U.S. Women's Sitting National Team since 2011
  • Volleyball icon Member of Team USA's "Best Paralympic Team" in 2016
  • Volleyball icon Selected Best Libero at the 2019 World ParaVolley Super 6
  • Volleyball icon An alternate on the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Women's Sitting Team


  • 2020 Tokyo Paralympics - Gold
  • Medal 2022 Dutch Tournament - Gold
  • Medal 2022 ParaVolley World Championships - Bronze
  • Medal 2021 Golden Nations League - Gold
  • Medal 2019 Parapan American Games - Gold
  • Medal 2019 ParaVolley World Super 6 - Gold
  • Medal 2018 ParaVolley World Championships - Silver
  • Medal 2017 World ParaVolley World Super 6 - Silver
  • 2016 Paralympic Games - Gold
  • Medal 2016 ParaVolley Intercontinental Cup - Gold
  • Medal 2015 Parapan American Games - Gold
  • Medal 2014 ParaVolley World Championships - Silver

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1993
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Kelly and Joe Zummo... has two sisters who both played Division I lacrosse for Saint Mary's College of California
  • Volleyball icon Married Fabricio Da Silva Pinto, captain of Brazil's men's sitting volleyball team, in 2021
  • Volleyball icon Born with Fibular Hemimelia and Rroximal Femoral Focal Deficiency, two congenital disorders. Her right foot was amputated at 2 years old as a result of the disorders

Bethany on the USA Volleyball Show

Bethany Zummo Posters

  • On growing up“When I was younger, I used to not take my leg off at the pool, and wouldn’t tell people I had one leg. If I was limping one day because my leg was bothering me, I’d be worried people would notice. Now I take my leg off in the middle of class and leave it in the walkway! I let people take my leg off in the airport. I’ve embraced that ‘this is Bethany’ and I won’t hide. I love that I’m different. I love that I have this uniqueness about me that few people have. I love my leg and I love myself. It’s funny thinking about it now, I just live!”