Each of the Regions have now been given the opportunity to rent five hours of practice time during the National Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Time is now being made available to everyone on a first-come, first-served basis.
To be certain we have a clear record of what times you are requesting, and the order in which the requests are received, please use this email to reply with:
A deposit is needed to hold the time as noted below.
Based on the order of receipt of these requests, we will be back in touch to confirm the time(s) requested, or to give you a copy of the schedule to make your next choice.
·The floor owned by Lincoln (referred to as the official/competition floor) will be available for private practices after the close of the Championships and the opening the next morning at a cost of $300 per hour.
The floor owned by USA Roller Sports (referred to as the unofficial/practice-only floor) will be available for private practices at a cost of $225 per hour.
The cost per day for open practice will be $10 per person per day, with in and out privileges. Two open sessions are guaranteed to be scheduled each day on the unofficial floor.
Payment of half of the total cost is due upon booking private practices, with the balance paid by July 1.
Open Practice is $10 per day wearing a colored wrist band that will be sold at the registration desk. If an athlete removes the wristband, then they need to pay again. Competitors must keep their wristbands on and everyone will be the same. Competitors must keep the wristband on and everyone operates with the same disadvantage.
Wristbands are sold at registration. There will be a different color each day.
Roll around is meant to loosen legs and get a feel of being on skates. It is not meant for lessons - no dances, spins, jumps.
Thank you for your patience as we work out the details for a new procedure of booking extra practice time at Nationals.
USA Roller Sports
4730 South Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
USA Roller Sports is recognized by the Federation Internationale de Roller Sports and United States Olympic Committee as the national governing body for competitive roller sports in the United States. USARS is dedicated to creating, enhancing and conducting the best competitions and programs for roller sports. We instill the drive to win and be the absolute best in sports and in life.