This research was conducted in order to assess the relations and the intensity of correlation between the cognitive abilities and the specific motor abilities of sitting-volleyball players. The sample consists of 68 subjects that are the best registered sitting-volleyball players in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This study is described using four variables for the estimation of cognitive abilities and eight variables for the estimation of specific motor abilities. The methods used for gathering data were a Cybernetic battery of tests KOG-3 and objectified tests for the estimation of specific motor abilities of the sitting-volleyball players. The correlation between the set of cognitive variables and the set of motor variables is estimated by means of using Canonic Correlation Analysis. Results of the research suggest that there does not exist a correlation between the cognitive and the specific motor abilities of sitting-volleyball players.