USA Racquetball Announces National Singles Championship
19 May, 2017
USA Racquetball has announced details of its National Singles Championships, to be held May 24-28 in Tempe, Arizona, on the campus of Arizona State University.
Registration information can be found here.
The Championship is now set-up on-line for entering. Click the logo for complete details on the 2017 National Singles Championship, view the online Entry Form, download the player guide, or call USA Racquetball at (719) 635-5396 ext. 0.
Special Events and Divisions
National Singles Turns 50: Join us for our annual awards and Hall of Fame celebration that is free to all players. Revel in the history and fun of our National Singles Championship.
Heroes Divisions:Celebrating our Military and First-Responders with a lower entry fee.
Introducing Up/Down Wheelchair Divisions: With the help of Military Racquetball Federation, we are offering divisions that pair an able-bodied player with a Wheelchair athlete.
Become a Certified Referee and/or Certified Instructor: Certified Referees will receive $15 per match refereed at National Doubles.
Visit USARacquetball.com to learn more about the simple and inexpensive process of becoming certified online. Already Level 1 certified or planning to be before National Doubles? Take advantage of the opportunity to become Level 2 certified at National Doubles!
There is no better way to become a certified USA Racquetball Instructor than to attend an in-person clinic with Jim Winterton.
Not only will you learn from the coach who works with beginners and the best players in the world, you will also learn about features like the mobile app for training and drills, how to use Dartfish express, liability issues and workplace safety.
Enjoy one day of activities focused on improving your racquetball instructor skills. The program runs all day Tuesday.
Certification benefits include:
the best and most up-to-date teaching techniques
-access to the USOC's mobile coaching platform
use of Dartfish video analysis technology
the most extensive insurance coverage in racquetball
It is a good idea to register early so that you can
complete online coursework in advance of National Doubles and streamline the program on site.