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Volleyball is a popular sport in American schools, and many deaf and hard of hearing athletes continue to play in clubs or leagues beyond university. The US sent a team to the 1969 Summer Games when volleyball was first inducted as a Deaflympic sport, and has sent a volleyball team to every Summer Games since.

Established in 1981, USA Deaf Volleyball (USADVB) has produced some of the world’s best deaf volleyball teams. The USADVB is committed to the development of volleyball players and organizes year-round training programs and local, regional, and national volleyball tournaments. National teams represent the US in the PanAm games, international indoor and beach deaf volleyball championships, and at the Deaflympics.

The schedule for the World Deaf Volleyball Championship in  Chianciano Terme, Italy July 1-July 11 has been released.

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USA Deaf Women’s Volleyball headed to 2019 Pan American Deaf Volleyball Regional Qualification November 24-December 1st, 2019 in Brasília, Brazil.

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USA Volleyball announced that it will be donating over $12,000 in athletic gear to the USA Deaf Women’s Volleyball Team, which is striving to reach gold on its own Path to the Podium.

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USA Deaf Volleyball has announced the roster for the 2020 World Deaf Volleyball Championships, to be held in Chianciano Terme, Italy, July 2-11, 2020.

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Lynn Ray Boren, a three-time Deaflympic Head Coach for the U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team, has been named the program’s head coach again for the 24th Summer Deaflympics in 2021. Boren will also lead the team at the 2020 World Deaf Volleyball Championships in Chianciano Terme, Italy.

Read more about Head Coach Lynn Ray Boren.