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Submitted July 20, 2017 at 06:45PM by HitWithIt
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USA Racquetball Announces Their 2018 Tournament Schedule
2812 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 19, 2017
USA RACQUETBALL ANNOUNCES 2018 NATIONAL RACQUETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
Colorado Springs, CO — USA Racquetball announces the 2018 National Racquetball Championship schedule which will include the final National Championship event to be held at the Arizona State University Sun Devil Fitness Center.
USA Racquetball is excited to bring National Championships to several new venues in 2018 including the University of Minnesota and the brand new Downtown YMCA in Des Moines, Iowa. Please visit USARacquetball.com for further information about each of these events and to enter online.
National Doubles – February 7th – 11th – Tempe, Arizona
High School Nationals – February 28th – March 4th – Portland, Oregon
National Intercollegiates – March 14th – 17th – Minneapolis, Minnesota
National Singles – May 23rd – 27th – Site To Be Determined
Junior Olympics – June 21st – 25th – Des Moines, Iowa
United HealthCare US OPEN – October 3rd – 7th – Minneapolis, Minnesota
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 and sanctions hundreds of tournaments for players of all ages and skill levels. The organization also organizes the Adult and Junior 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.
Submitted July 19, 2017 at 11:40AM by HitWithIt
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Racquet Rankings Spreadsheet
Racquetworld has a pretty cool racquet ratings database that I've never seen posted here. It's pretty difficult to navigate, so I made it into an Excel spreadsheet and added a couple more bits of information that could be helpful.
A couple of cool things that I noticed when crunching the numbers.
Submitted July 17, 2017 at 11:08AM by kuyamatt26
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I've watched a few professional tournaments on youtube and I've noticed that almost everything is a powerful shot, but when I play at my local court, a lot of people like the chip shots that make me run forward. Why don't I see these professionally, are they just too easy for them? They're fairly hard for me to return, albeit as an amateur.
Submitted July 14, 2017 at 09:56AM by alrimo
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