KLAVA Vision Statement:
KLAVA is dedicated to achieving high performance growth and grass root development of youth volleyball in Kuala Lumpur and for the future of Volleyball in the country.
Our Mission Statement:
BUILD … To build the base – We seek to expand our membership, increase the number of volunteers and extend our reach in order to engage as many people as possible in the sport of volleyball.
PROMOTE … To promote the sport – We seek to promote all aspects of the sport in order to generate as many positive public recognition (Kuala Lumpur) as possible that in turn will lead to increase of participations (Players, Coaches and Referees) from Indoor Volleyball to Beach Volleyball training programs to competitive volleyball.
ACHIEVE … To achieve sustained competitive successes – We seek to continue the tradition of performance based successes to the highest levels of national competitions, especially at the SUKMA Games (Gold Medal) and other national tournament through efforts in grass root development programs.
Rules of the Game 2009-2012 (changes)
At the 31st FIVB World Congress held in Dubai on the 16-17 June 2008, the Rules of the Game for 2009-2012 has been approved. As of 1 January 2009, this new edition of rules would be adopted and applied in all FIVB sanctioned championships. All Confederations and National Federations are to adopt and apply these new rules in their championships.
As there are some changes to the new rules, below are some explanation by FIVB with regards to the exact changes so as to avoid confusion. It is best to read and understand the explanation below alongside a copy of the latest Rules of the Game 2009-2012, which you could download from FIVB (Official Volleyball Rules New Edition 2009-2012). The explanation below is taken from FIVB World Volley News No. 33 November 2008 which can be downloaded from FIVB (World Volley News)
World Volleyball News: No. 36, February 2009
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