If my sport is in the doubles category and I qualified in locals does that mean I must have the same doubles partner in the State Games?

Doubles partners who competed together (at locals) are not required to play together at the Summer Games.  All participants are no longer required to have qualified (at local Senior Games) for the sport in which they intend to participate in at State Summer Games. Also, if your Summer Games doubles partner lives in a different county than yourself, you are allowed to, but not required to, go to that local games to compete with your doubles partner or vice versa. Be sure to contact the local coordinator to find out the dates for any/all local games.

 

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