The International Racquetball Federation, through its participation in ARISF, is pleased to announce that the International Testing Agency (ITA) is making available to International Federations a number of resources including anti-doping experts, educational tools, controls, and monitoring programs to support compliance with WADA-requested standards in the fight against doping in sport.

More information here or on our Anti-doping page.

ACODEPA Meeting

The Association of Pan American Sports Confederations (ACODEPA) Board met for the first time separate from the PASO GENERAL ASSEMBLY in Miami to discuss the future of the sport in the Americas.
Luke St. Onge, Secretary General of Pan American Racquetball Confederation is a member of the ACODEPA Board of Directors. Topics included: Future Pan Am Games, Pan Am Youth Games, and Pan Am Beach Games. PASO has changed its name from PASO to Pan American Sports as part of the major restructuring of sport in the Americas.
The 2019 edition of the Pan Am Games will take place in Lima Peru with opening ceremonies on
July 26 Racquetball will be a full medal sport as part of the program. They are building three new courts
in addition to the existing, racquetball will have 5 Racquetball courts one of which is a four-wall glass exhibition court.
Country qualifying will take place at the Pan American Racquetball Championships slated for April
15 to 21 in Barranquilla, Colombia.