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Deaf Volleyball – Volleyball Australia

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DEAF VOLLEYBALL. What is deaf Volleyball? Volleyball for the hearing impared varies minimally from the generic form. In formal competition it caters to individuals who have a minimum hearing loss of 55 dB in the better ear. How does it differ from the generic game?

Volleyball — Disability Sports Australia

Deaf Volleyball can be played both indoor and outdoor under the same rules as able bodied volleyball. A person may compete in Deaf Sports if they have permanent hearing impairment. Classification and criteria are at http://www.ciss.org. Sitting Volleyball is played sitting on the floor with lowered net heights (men = 1.15m, women = 1.05m) and a smaller court size (6mx 10m). This makes for a quicker game to both play and watch.

Volleyball « NSW Deaf Sports

Contact details : Debbie Larkin, Secretary Deaf Volleyball NSW – EMAIL. Our mission is to allow deaf community the opportunity to learn and play beach and indoor volleyball, to promote volleyball, and provide an exciting game and fun experience for our deaf members. Deaf Volleyball NSW : https://www.facebook.com/groups/556643571181567/. Deaf Volleyball Australia : https://www.facebook.com/groups/8490197257/.

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ACT - Deaf Sports Australia

Additionally DeafACT have fielded other teams at various Australian Deaf Games such as Deaf Volleyball and they are hoping to have a Deaf darts and futsal side in the next Australian Deaf Games. DeafACT also supports individual athletes competing in sports such as athletics, swimming, table tennis, tennis, ten pin bowling and more.

Board/Staff - Deaf Sports Australia

Board member of Accessible Arts and an actor with the Australian Theatre of the Deaf. Was involved in Beach Volleyball at 2007 Australian Deaf Games and the 2005 Deaflympics Games Cultural Festival. Regularly attends gym and pool.

Disability Sports & Recreation | Disabilityhub

National Sport Organisations. There are a number of sports for disabilities played in Australia and organisations that coordinate them. These include: Disability Sports Australia. Australian Paralympic Committee. Boccia Australia. Blind Sports NSW. Cricket NSW - All Abilities. Deaf Sports Australia.

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