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The CNVLD is pleased to announce a special partnership with the United Nations Volunteer Program which is providing web design experts to assist in the development of two exciting new websites.
United Nations Volunteers web designers will work in close cooperation with the CNVLD local tech team to assist in the development of two special new websites:
www.2011volleyballworldcup.org : The official website for the 2011 WOVD Cambodia Standing Volleyball World Cup scheduled for July 2011
www.standingvolleyball.net : A new site dedicated to news, discussions and global developments in the sport of Standing Volleyball - acknowledged as one of the most cost-effective sports in the world and perfectly suited to enabling persons with a disability, most especially amputees in post-conflict nations, to engage in sports development with minimal capital outlay. The major aim of the new website is to join a collective voice to the global calls for the re-instatement of Standing Volleyball into the Paralympic Games.
The CNVLD thanks UNV for Standing Up with the Athletes with a Disability of Cambodia.
Watch out for the hottest new sports websites on the court!
The 10th Anniversary Cellcard Cambodian National Volleyball League featured in the Phnom Penh Post last week.
The addition of three new teams and the preparations for the 2011 WOVD Volleyball World Cup are the focus of the article which ran in the 8 September issue of the Phnom Penh Post in both English and Khmer.
READ: 'CNVLD BOASTS 13 TEAMS' IN THE PHNOM PENH POST
The 35 athletes of the ANZ Royal CNVLD Wheelie Grand Prix remain hard in training around Cambodia as they prepare for the 2010 National Championships in December.
The five ANZ Royal CNVLD Wheelie Grand Prix teams in Phnom Penh, Battambang, Kompong Speu and Kompong Chhnang have upped the ante in 2010, training every week as standards rapidly rise in the hope of being selected for future international races, with plans developing for the first ever international wheelchair race to be hosted in Phnom Penh.
Australian photographer James Lauritz, on assignment with Australian Business Volunteers (ABV), recently captured the Phnom Penh Racing Team coached reigning national champion and London 2012 Paralympic hopeful Van Vun in full flight while training in the centre of the capital.
Following his return from the Geelong Wheelchair Racing Camp earlier in the year, Van Vun established this new team whose youth, dedication and fitness have finessed into a tight knit squad whose training activities also include weekly swimming and gym work.
Watch this space for upcoming announcements on the ANZ Royal CNVLD Wheelie Grand Prix National Championships.
The Asia Oceania Committee for Volleyball Disabled (AOCVD) has launched their new website. As a strong regional supporter, the CNVLD congratulates AOCVD on their new site and looks forward to contributing news and events through 2010 and the future!
The CNVLD fully supports the AOCVD in their objective to:"promote the sports of volleyball among disabled in the Asia Region to compete at the international arena. In addition, AOCVD aims to promote and encourage the private sectors and corporate to be involved and committed to our cause while at the same time fulfill their social responsibilities through sports."
Visit AOCVD website
Gemeinde Eichenholz , a German sports organization established by Gunther Feitl, has generously donated €700 in support of the CNVLD’s sporting programmes.
Gemeinde Eichenholz is one of the CNVLD’s most reliable sponsors, actively contributing to the athletes with a disability of Cambodia through fund-raising activities in Germany every year since 2004.
The organization's efforts reflect the continuing importance of local, voluntary, community-led efforts in effecting positive social change on a global scale as well as reflecting the close bonds of solidarity between Cambodia and Germany.
The CNVLD thanks Gemeinde Eichenholz, Gunther Feitl and everyone in Germany, who through their generosity and consistent support, contribute greatly to enabling the athletes with a disability of Cambodia to Stand Up!
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