About USA Roller Sports
USA Roller Sports (USARS) is recognized by World Skate and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) as the National Governing Body of competitive roller sports in the United States, including speed, figure, hockey, roller derby and other extreme sports.
USARS has sponsored amateur competitions since 1937, exercising jurisdiction over the participation of United States roller skaters in international competition, including World Championships, World Games, Pan American Games and Olympic Games.
USARS is dedicated to creating, enhancing and conducting events and programs for roller sports in the United States. USARS instills the drive to win and be the absolute best… in sport and in life.
USARS Founded: Established in 1937 as part of the Roller Skating Rink Operators Association (RSROA). Separately incorporated in 1973 as the United States Amateur Confederation of Roller Skating dba USA Roller Sports.
USARS Mission: As the recognized National Governing Body (NGB) by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), the Mission of the USA Rollers Sports (USARS) shall be to develop, promote, educate and grow Roller Sports at all levels and to enable athletes to achieve sustained competitive excellence in domestic and international competitions.
USARS Vision: To inspire and enable our members to achieve excellence in Roller Sports and in life by building the base, promoting the sport and achieving competitive success.
Headquarters Location and Contact Info:
USA Roller Sports
4730 South Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
USA Roller Sports, as recognized National Governing Body under the U.S. Olympic Committee, embraces the philosophy of Olympism and it applies its principles and values to every aspect of our Roller Sports program.
Olympism is a philosophy of life which places sport at the service of humanity. This philosophy is based on the interaction of the qualities of the body, will and mind. USARS is committed to the pursuit of these ideals and to following the three core values defined by the Olympic Movement: Excellence, Respect, Community