The women’s team of Berklee Andrews, Skye McDermott and Jessie West and the men’s team of Eric Duda, Abram Gornik and Dave Newkirk won the titles at the USA Volleyball Beach ParaVolley Recognized Development Event (RDE) on Dec. 4 at Hickory Point Beach in Tavares, Florida
A $20,000 prize purse is on the line this weekend when U.S. and Australian teams compete at the USA Volleyball Beach ParaVolley Recognized Development Event (RDE) on Dec. 2-4 at Hickory Point Beach in Tavares, Florida
Beach ParaVolley athletes are returning to Hickory Point Beach in Tavares, Florida, this weekend for the fourth BPV training camp of the year.
USA Volleyball is holding a Beach ParaVolley camp this weekend Hickory Point Beach in Tavares, Florida.
Beach ParaVolley has applied for inclusion at the 2028 Paralympic Games in Los Angeles. If accepted, it would join men’s and women’s sitting volleyball as Paralympic disciplines.
Five volleyball clubs from around the country will partner with USA Volleyball to carry out beach ParaVolley programming for disabled veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces.
The Florida Region of USA Volleyball is proud to announce that Hickory Point Beach in Tavares, Fla., has been designated by World ParaVolley to be the first Beach ParaVolley (BPV) Development Center in the world.