racquetball


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the ball used in playing the game of racquetball

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a game played on a handball court with short-handled rackets

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He is hoping to compete in the World Senior Racquetball Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico on the Labor Day weekend.
Unlike racquetball, handball, or squash, wallyball is a team sport: two, three, or four people can play on a side.
The MonaVie Salt Lake City Pro/Am will feature the world's best racquetball players, including Kane Waselenchuk, Rocky Carson, Ben Croft and Jack Huczek, the number one through four ranked players in the world, respectively.
Basketball and racquetball leagues (for an additional charge)
Jim Lord will be in action again on Saturday, when Phoenix are hosting the inaugural West Yorkshire Racquetball Team tournament when the area's top players will be performing.
In addition the community includes on premises tennis courts, state- of-the-art swimming pools, racquetball centers, and a magnificent clubhouse.
Although its popularity peaked in the day when players wore short-shorts, striped tube socks and wide headbands to hold back shaggy perms, racquetball is enjoying a bit of a comeback in the San Fernando Valley.
Racquetball and other hardball sports were leading causes in this category.
OPEN Racquetball Championships, co-sponsored by Life Time Fitness, Inc.
The building will feature a swimming pool and high-diving board, competition and practice gyms, a dance studio, racquetball courts, a fitness center, and teaching and research labs.
In the early 1980s racquetball was all the rage, with a number of health clubs and raquetball centers sprouting up throughout the San Fernando Valley and elsewhere.
Squash, racquetball, tennis and badminton will all be available for adults to try at Batley Sports and Tennis Centre on Saturday, January 14.
How would you score in a match against a top professional racquetball player?
HEAD/Penn Racquet Sports is a division of HEAD NV which owns such premier sporting goods brands as HEAD (tennis, racquetball, and squash racquets; alpine skis and boots; snowboards, bindings and boots; athletic and outdoor footwear; accessories and apparel), Penn (tennis balls and racquetball balls), Tyrolia (ski bindings), Mares and Dacor (both scuba diving equipment).