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40+ Racquetball Players – Save the Date for the NMRA Spring Tournament!

by Cindy Tilbury, NMRA President

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National Masters Racquetball Assoc. Logo (Photo by USA Racquetball)
(Photo by USA Racquetball)

We know how much you LOVE your round-robin racquetball (where you are NEVER eliminated), good hospitality, and sightseeing, so we are letting you know NOW to save the date for the 2023 NMRA National Championship tournament in St. Louis. There is so much to see and do in St. Louis! Start planning your trip today. 

March 29 through April 1, 2023 (Wednesday through Saturday, with Sunday being the travel day)

Dan Whitley and Vetta Racquet Sports - Concord will host our group once again, and the amazing Heather Chavez will be handling all of our hospitality. River City Hotel and Casino will be our host hotel. Hope you love a little Blackjack! 

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NMRA 2020 St Louis River City Casino Logo (Photo by USA Racquetball)
NMRA 2020 St Louis River City Casino Hotel Lobby
NMRA 2020 St Louis River City Casino Hotel Lobby (Photo by USA Racquetball)

I’m sure you’ll have questions, so don’t hesitate to contact me with those or if you need help entering the tournament. As always, you can enter online through Here is the link. See you in March!

About the NMRA

The National Masters Racquetball Association was established in 1971, when ten players gathered in New Castle, Pennsylvania, for a fun round-robin event. It was the first national tournament exclusively for racquetball players in the 45-and-over age groups, and the specialty circuit continued to flourish in the decades after its founding.

No more “one and done” … With its expanded playoff format and the addition of 40+ athletes, today the member roster continues to grow and increasing numbers of entrants are fielded into each of three annual championships. An NMRA National Championship is scheduled in March, an NMRA International Championship takes place in July, and an NMRA Doubles Only Championship is offered in December – all with an emphasis on fun, friendship, and great sportsmanship.

In addition, the NMRA is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the future of the sport through charitable giving, scholarship awards, community support, and quality competition for all men and women players over the age of 40.

Membership is open to anyone who shares these goals – whether or not you are currently an active tournament player – and we welcome you to the unique experience that is Masters Racquetball.   

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