USA Racquetball, the National Governing Body (NGB) of racquetball in the United States, is excited to announce the launch of a new and improved USARacquetball.com website. The new site has been completely redesigned and operates on the digital platform of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). Twenty-three other NGBs are utilizing this platform, including USA Volleyball and USA Softball.
The website is available at http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Racquetball.aspx
Popular content, such as the Official Rules of Racquetball, USA Racquetball National Rankings, upcoming events, Racquetball Magazine, and feature stories remain available. The R2 Sports log-in site for membership and other purposes can be found on the Members page. On the Sponsors page, visitors can find information about USA Racquetball partners, including links to support the Association by shopping at Rollout Racquetball and Racquetball Warehouse.
“We are thrilled to be launching this new look and facelift to the USA Racquetball brand and image,” said USA Racquetball Executive Director Steve Czarnecki. “We look forward to working with the USOC on continued site improvement and are anxious to provide a user-friendly experience to our fans and supporters.”
As with any Website migration, users may find content or navigation challenges. Concerns or suggestions may be addressed to USA Racquetball web editor, Leo Vasquez, at email@example.com.
USA Racquetball expresses its gratitude to Jay Mathis and X3 Technology, LLC http://x3technology.com/ for previously hosting usaracquetball.com on a volunteer basis for many years.
About USA Racquetball: USA Racquetball, founded in 1969, is recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee as the National Governing Body for the sport. The organization annually conducts six National Championships for players of all ages and skill levels. The organization also organizes the Adult and Junior USA National Racquetball Teams, oversees the Official Rules of Racquetball, administers National Player Rankings, manages a college scholarship program, and supports the introduction of new players to the sport.
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