The USHA and WPH are thrilled to present the 2019 USHA Hall of Fame R48LTE, in conjunction with the USHA Hall of Fame Women’s Classic and Masters Singles, March 7-10, 2019 at the Tucson Racquet Club, located at 4001 N. Country Club Rd., Tucson, AZ 85716. Enter HERE
The Hall of Fame R48LTE will mark the second R48LTE of the season and the sixth ranking event of the 2018/19 R48 Men’s Pro tour season. The R48LTE awards half the ranking points of a R48 stop but all of the excitement, as the R48 pros will be vying for valuable R48 ranking points in the season’s second half in the mecca of U.S. handball in Tucson.
R48LTE explained HERE
“We could not be more excited to collaborate with the USHA on what will undoubtedly be an incredible event in March,” stated WPH Development Director David Fink. “The Tucson handball community loves watching pro handball, and with the R48LTE alongside the Women’s Classic and Masters Singles, the TRC will be rocking!”
“We all can appreciate that the Hall of Fame Tournament’s silver anniversary is going to be big,” exclaimed USHA Development Director Matt Krueger. “What better way than to include an R48LTE event that is celebrating its inaugural year. With the Masters Singles Invitational, Tucson will draw the world’s top Masters players, plus the Women’s Classic is always popular. Having the R48Pros attend for an LTE event is icing on the cake!”
Review the event page for the 2019 USHA Hall of Fame HERE
For more information on the USHA, visit the USHA website at ushandball.org
2018/19 WR48 Tour Schedule Full Race 4 Eight 8 Schedule & Preview HERE
2017/18 R48 and WR48 Match Analytics HERE
Handball Terminology + Instruction and R48 Rules HERE
Race 4 Eight Pro Player Bios HERE
WPH Power Rankings HERE
DF’s R48 Fun Facts and Trends HERE
Race 4 Eight History of Champions and Finalists HERE
WPH RACE 4 EIGHT: The World Players of Handball’s 2018/19 Race 4 Eight 8 Powered by ESPN features R48 stops in Georgia, Arizona, Oregon, Montana, Louisiana, and California, all culminating with The Player’s Championship in Utah in May of 2019. Similar to NASCAR’s Nextel Cup and the FedEx PGA Playoffs, players earn points in the Race 4 Eight’s regular season stops to qualify for the season-ending Player’s Championship and bonus prizes.
For more information on the WPH Race 4 Eight, please contact World Players of Handball Executive Director David Vincent at firstname.lastname@example.org or World Players of Handball Development Director David Fink at email@example.com. For more information on the World Players of Handball, please visit wphlive.tv