USA Racquetball (USAR) is the national governing body and membership organization for the sport of racquetball in the United States. USAR prioritizes the growth of racquetball while providing the opportunity for members and enthusiasts to actively participate in various programs. The administration of programs and other areas of involvement are all managed by USAR staff and Board members. The USAR works on each aspect of the sport, junior, high school and college racquetball, sanctioned tournaments and leagues, professional coaching certifications, national championships and national teams. USAR runs and invests in programs to grow participation in the sport at every level, and manages racquetball tournaments throughout the United States.
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Board Elections - Nominations and elections are held each year for positions on the USAR Board of Directors. Official petition instructions and forms are all available on the board elections page prior to each election. Interested applicants can contact any USAR Board member for more information.
Camps - Training camps are led by certified instructors all across the country throughout the year. Camps include cardiovascular training, strength and physical training, individualized attention and on-court instruction. Participants also learn exercise regimens and are coached to become players while developing friendships that last a lifetime.
Instructor Certification - The USAR Instructor Program is what all certified coaches are required to carry to teach any camp. The coaching element of the program follows continuing education guidelines of the United States Olympic Committee Coaching Program to ensure the most professional level of instruction.
Intercollegiate - 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 Championships held each spring.
Racquetball Month - Help USA Racquetball promote National Racquetball Month. Tell your Club Directors about this site! We have set up some fun and exciting programs for Club Racquetball Directors to implement during the month of February. Any questions, please email Connie.
Referee Certification - Level 1 (State Level) Referee Certification Standards Initial certification requirements and information
Scholarships - Graduating high school seniors and college undergraduates can apply for competitive USAR scholarships each year (by the deadline of June 15). Funding for the program is underwritten by USAR members, the National Masters Racquetball Association and the Women's Senior Masters Racquetball Association through tax deductible donations to the scholarship fund.
State Director Information - Forms, Flyers, Templates and Best Practices
Women's Committee - The Women's Committee mission is to 'strengthen USA Racquetball through increasing the number of women playing racquetball at the state, regional and national levels.' Throughout the year, the Committee analyzes key aspects of racquetball for women, develops strategies to increase participation, plans and promotes activities and functions for women, supports charitable causes like Racquet for the Cure, and provides an avenue for women to express their concerns to USA Racquetball.