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Convention 2022 - Save the Date

Make sure to mark your calendars for the 2022 RSA Convention and Trade Show held in Orlando, FL May 1 - 5, 2022 at the Doubletree Hilton at the Entrance to Universal Studios. This beautiful facility will allow members to relax, learn and provides quick access to Universal Studios so you can enjoy some family fun before or after the event! 


Roller Skating Foundation Grant Applications Now Available

The Roller Skating Foundation is proud to offer grants to deserving schools nationwide to assist them in funding their programs. The Roller Skating Foundation provides a number of grants. These grants are available to schools, educators, and volunteers, seeking assistance in accomplishing educational objectives and fitness-related goals. Typical grant awards will be in the $250 to $500 range.

Grant application may be downloaded here. Deadline for applications will be November 15, 2021.


American Artistic Roller Sports Program Now Available

The American Artistic Roller Skating (AARS) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of domestic artistic roller skating. Their focus is on a clear tiered program for athletes, coaches, and officials to prepare them for tests and competitions. The mission of American Artistic Roller Skating (AARS) is to develop the sport of roller skating in the United States at all levels and abilities. There will be strict adherence to a commitment of safety, integrity, sportsmanship and enthusiasm for the sport. Providing education for coaches and officials to better enhance the quality of instruction and evaluation is foundational to their purpose. As a membership-based association, the opportunity will be there for members to suggest and vote on rule changes. The support of members will help AARS to grow the sport nationally and bring it to a new and stronger level. Member feedback is also essential in understanding concerns and potential opportunities that exist. A focus of AARS will be to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the membership while providing a strong foundation on which to build the future. The testing program currently exists for all disciplines; dance, figures, and freestyle, and there is a well-developed program for officials to become certified. The RSA's Society of Roller Skating Teachers Association (SRSTA) program for coaches gives them access to resources to enhance their programs. As their newly developed domestic program grows, so will the opportunities for the members. If you would like to become a member, an athlete, or an official for the American Artistic Roller Skating click here to learn more.