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Discussion: Reclassify

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Jan. 18
Men's 50
26 posts
How can you go about being reclassified?
Jan. 18
chico senior
Men's 60
134 posts
Click on ratings above. Then click on ratings guidelines. Instructions are fairly easy to follow. There is much more to it then just wanting to be re-classified. Good luck!
Jan. 20
Men's 65
705 posts
JB, several years ago we wanted to move up, don't know who our manager spoke with, but all it took was a call to Sacramento. It was very simple. If this fits your situation, just make the call.
Jan. 20
Men's 75
194 posts
Moving up should not be much of a problem, being reclassified down however, is another animal. Without knowing what you are trying to do, here are some guidelines. As a hypothetical, If you play on a Major Plus team, you will carry that rating with you for 2 years. You can play Major as one of three out of rating players. However, you cannot play AAA. As an aside, you cannot just "sit out" 2 years. If you do, they will tack on another 2 years as a Major Plus rating. If you play in another association, they may not take your word for it, since they really don't have a way of checking your story. My advice, play down 1 classification for 2 years in at least 1 SSUSA tourny per year. Then call the Sacramento office and plead your case. Good luck

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