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Spokane Welcomes USA Roller Sports 2019 USA Roller Sports National Championships | July 17–August 7

It’s not just one national championship, but dozens. Not just one sport, but several. Not just one weekend, but nearly four weeks of competition.

The Spokane Sports Commission is proud to announce a new agreement with USA Roller Sports to host the 2019 USA Roller Sports National Championships, July 17–August 7, in the Spokane Convention Center. Approximately 3,000 athletes along with the families, friends and fans will be seeing first-hand why Spokane is quickly becoming a premier destination for amateur sports.

"Spokane has a long history of hosting many successful championships across a wide range of sports. We are excited and honored to add USA Roller Sports to our resume of events. The Sports Commission team, along with our fantastic community partners, are dedicated to creating an amazing experience for USA Roller Sports athletes, officials, and fans. We can't wait." -Eric Sawyer, CEO, Spokane Sports Commission

Figure National Championships: July 17–28

Figure Skating | Photo courtesy of USA Roller Sports

Rink Hockey National Championships: July 29-August 3

Rink Hockey | Photo courtesy of USA Roller Sports

Speed National Championships: July 30–August 6

Speed Skating: Photo courtesy of USA Roller Sports

Roller Derby National Championships: August 5–7

Roller Derby | Photo courtesy of USA Roller Sports

A Venue Loved by Athletes: Spokane Convention Center

The Spokane Convention Center campus sits on the banks of the Spokane River located in the heart of downtown, providing spectacular views of the 100-acre Riverfront Park along with close access to numerous restaurants, hotels, entertainment opportunities and unique shopping. The Spokane Convention Center is attached to two major hotels and is surrounded by many others. Built specifically to host events, the Spokane Convention Center is the region’s premier choice for sporting events.

Spokane is a sports town, meaning our wide range of hotels are all about athlete experience. We've teamed with several hotels to provide special rates and experiences for USA Roller Sports Athletes.

the Centennial Hotel: Championship Headquarter Hotel

the Centennial Spokane offers modern accommodations and convenience, boasting 400 trendy rooms and spacious suites, a lobby with fun spaces and plenty of leisure space, and a bar and restaurant with tasty menu options. With the Centennial Trail, Spokane River, Spokane Convention Center, and Riverfront Park as its backyard, the Centennial offers a short walk to all of these. Visitors are just steps from great dining and shopping options, as well as being only a two minute walk from the competition venue. To book special rate of $154 per night, call 1-844-733-3305 and mention USA Roller Sports National Championships. Visitors will also receive 50% off overnight parking and $25 one-way airport shuttle. Rate cutoff date: May 30, 2019. View complete list of participating hotels.

Spokane International Airport (GEG) is one of the most efficient airports in the country. Step off the plane and navigate through the terminals and baggage claim quickly and stress free. The airport is located just ten minutes from downtown—take a shuttle, taxi, Uber/Lyft—or rent a car. Once downtown, everything is within walking distance. If you do decide to rent a car, driving is a breeze without the hassles of large city congestion.

Spokane, Washington: 10 Minute Drive for Spokane International Airport (GEG)

As the second largest city in Washington State, Spokane boasts a vibrant and safe downtown—perfect for athletes and traveling families. Restaurants, shopping and entertainment are all a short stroll to the competition venue. Summer is the ultimate time to visit with glorious weather and endless outdoor recreation opportunities for the entire family.

Spokane is the perfect launchpad to a Pacific Northwest summer adventure. Bring your outdoor skates because Spokane has miles of scenic paved trails throughout the region. Wineries, craft breweries and chef-owned restaurants will keep foodies busy. Want a spectacular day trip? Just a short drive is Coeur d'Alene, Idaho—a scenic lake town, second to none. Take a bike ride on the famous Hiawatha Trail, visit the award-winning Silverwood Theme Park, or explore the mountains and lakes of Sandpoint, Idaho. Leaving Spokane, it's an easy drive to Seattle, Leavenworth, Glacier National Park, Walla Walla wine country, British Columbia, and much more.

About Spokane Sports Commission

The Spokane Sports Commission actively recruits national sports events to the region while developing local clubs and advocating for local sports facility development—all with the goal of making Spokane a prime destination for sports. Learn by visiting us online. Would you like to speak with our Spokane Sports Staff? Email Cherie Gwinn, Sports Development Manager.

Credits:

Spokane Sports Commission and USA Roller Sports

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