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International Racquetball Tour

Founded in 1990, the men’s professional International Racquetball Tour (IRT) features 300 players competing in over 20 Top-Tier and more than 50 Satellite tournaments in Latin America, the United States, and Canada. Tournaments draw amateur and college entrants during the September through May season. The amateur players compete in divisions ranging from beginner to open level for both singles and doubles.

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Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour

The Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT) is the governing body of a growing membership of the highest-level professional female racquetball players in the world. The LPRT is an organization currently managed by Deputy Commissioner Andy Kulback and President (and pro player) T.J. Baumbaugh. The LPRT is comprised of elite female athletes representing over a dozen countries including the United States, Mexico, Chile, Canada, Colombia, Japan, Bolivia and Ecuador.

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Classic Professional Racquetball Tour

The Classic Professional Racquetball Tour (CPRT) is a professional tour featuring racquetball’s greatest stars who are 40 years of age and older. The professionals and promoters of the CPRT built the tour on the premise that it was time for those of us who were fortunate to compete in professional racquetball to now give back to our sport.
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The Military Racquetball Federation (MRF), founded in 2008, is dedicated to promoting racquetball programs and events for service members here and abroad.  The volunteer-operated, 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization assists wounded warriors with their rehabilitation efforts through Racquetball Rehabilitation Clinics (RRC).  These clinics focus on the use of racquetball as a rehabilitation tool to help overcome the physical and mental challenges soldiers face from combat, such as PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), and other combat injuries.

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National Masters Racquetball Association

The National Masters Racquetball Association (NMRA) is an organization of racquetball friends from across the country who first got together in 1971 in New Castle, Pennsylvania and started inviting more friends from then on.  Now associated with USA Racquetball, the NMRA aims to provide a special social, friendly and competitive national tournament environment for players 45 years and older. NMRA believes they provide the best bang for the tournament dollar.  Every player plays every day of the four-day event, and all matches are self-refereed, round-robin format.  “No more one-and-done tournaments!”  They sincerely care about the players having a great tournament experience and make sure they want to come back year after year.


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National Police Racquetball Association

The National Police Racquetball Association (NPRA).


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United States Racquetball Foundation

The United States Racquetball Foundation (USRF), is dedicated to ensuring the future of racquetball  through comprehensive long-term planning, proven  sustainable fundraising models, and transparent business  practices that strategically develop grassroots racquetball participation throughout the United States.

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Women's Senior / Masters Racquetball Association

Founded in 1993, the Women's Senior / Masters Racquetball Association (WSMRA), is dedicated to introducing new women to racquetball and tournament competition and promoting the sport as a lifetime activity.  Its annual tournament for women age 35 and above stresses fun, friends, and good sportsmanship.  The organization supports breast cancer research, the USA Racquetball Collegiate Scholarship, and the LPRT Scholarship.  Visit them on Facebook or at wsmra.com.

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World Firefighter Racquetball Association

The World Firefighter Racquetball Association (WFRA).

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World Outdoor Racquetball

The World Outdoor Racquetball (WOR).