USA Racquetball, the governing body for the sport in the United States, has set the date for its 2015 USA Racquetball National Doubles Championships.
About USA Racquetball: USA Racquetball (USAR) is the National Governing Body for the sport of racquetball, recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee and is committed to excellence and service to our members. We provide opportunities for members and enthusiasts to actively participate in the sport, through sanctioning of events, administration of programs, and development of competitive teams.
Vision Statement: To provide racquetball opportunities in the sport of racquetball for all levels of participation through:
Membership Support – USAR values its members and will strive to provide the best possible member services at all levels.
Membership Recruitment – USAR believes that racquetball is a lifetime endeavor and the benefits of health, recreation, and competition should be available to everyone. USAR will strive to expand its membership in order to share these benefits with as many players and supporters as possible.
Promotion of the Sport – In order to sustain a strong player base, USAR will promote the numerous benefits of participation through mass marketing efforts.
Competitive Success – USAR strives to maintain America’s position as the number one racquetball nation in the world. Success at the elite levels has a positive influence on every other facet of our sport.
Sponsors and Supporters – USAR values its relationship with sponsors and will continue to maximize benefits and exposure.
USAR is the National Governing Body of Racquetball for the US Olympic Committee.
USAR provides insurance coverage for both players and events when the events meet all our sanctioning criteria; including insurance coverage for the host club of the event, sponsors, tournament directors, and anyone else who is affiliated with that sanctioned event for the time of the event.
The USAR Intercollegiate program is designed to aid in the development of intercollegiate and intramural racquetball programs. State, regional and national competitions are offered for undergraduate competitors, with a position on the U.S. National Racquetball Team available for eligible gold division singles winners of the annual National Intercollegiate Championship.
USAR offers a competitive scholarship for graduating high school seniors and college undergraduates each year.