USA Racquetball is pleased to announce the 50th Anniversary of USA Racquetball National Doubles Championships will be held February 8-12, 2017 on the beautiful campus of Arizona State University, in Tempe, Arizona. This golden celebration of Racquetball’s premiere Doubles tournament is presented by Penn. Registration opens September 28, 2016 and closes January 25, 2017 at 4pm MST.
Arizona State University’s campus is located in the dynamic city of Tempe, Arizona, located in the heart of the Phoenix Metropolitan area. The campus is conveniently located less than 10 minutes from Sky Harbor International Airport. The combination of great weather, delicious dining, exciting nightlife, and great shopping make Tempe the perfect location for the 2017 USA Racquetball National Doubles Championships.
A new addition to the National Doubles event this year is the U.S Team Singles Qualifying Division. These divisions comprise one of three Singles Qualifying events towards a position on the U.S. Team. The U.S. Team Doubles Qualifying Divisions will also be held as usual.
The National Doubles will also be offering the Centurion Doubles, (Open, A, B, and C skill division) the combined age of both players that must add to be at least 100 years of age or more. The division allows a number of parents and children to play together as well as coaches and mentors with their students.
USA Racquetball Lifetime Members, National Team Members and other special guests enjoy wonderful VIP Hospitality, including expedited check-in and bag tag. Become a Lifetime Member today or purchase a pass to experience these first-rate benefits.
The early bird entry deadline is Wednesday, January 6, 2017. The regular entry deadline is Monday, January 25, 2017. For more information about the 2017 National Doubles, click on the links below. For further details, please contact Peggine Tellez at (719) 635-5396 ext. 123.
Player Guide and Entry Form Link:
2017 National Doubles Player Guide (Adobe PDF)
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