2015 Wilson Hope August 24, 2015

Plan on attending the 2015 Wilson Hope Tournament at Bellingham Athletic Club in Bellingham, WA on October 3-4, 2015. This is newer favorite tournament where all the proceeds go toward benefiting The Cancer Center at St Joseph’s Medical Center located in Bellingham, Washington! More information to follow.

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[24 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
2015 Wilson Hope

Plan on attending the 2015 Wilson Hope Tournament at Bellingham Athletic Club in Bellingham, WA on October 3-4, 2015. This is newer favorite tournament where all the proceeds go toward benefiting The Cancer Center at St Joseph’s Medical Center located in Bellingham, Washington! More information to follow.

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[24 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]

Attention Racquetball Enthusiasts!

Feb 5-7, 2016 there will be an Instructional WEEKEND Racquetball CAMP in the Seattle area with 2 of the most dynamic coaches/players in the game today. Fran and Jason team up to share with you 50+ years of their WINNING racquetball experiences and knowledge and cover EVERY aspect of the game from stroke mechanics, to shots of the games, to drills, to court position, to shot selection, to serves/return of serves, to game plans/strategies, to mental toughness, to training schedules and more… The camp course includes 14+ hours …

Juniors »

[11 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]

USA Racquetball’s U.S. Junior National Training Camp was held at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. Our very own Jake Birnel and Hollie Scott Qualified for the team!!!

Visit USARacquetball.com to learn how to support the Team through the TEAM USA Challenge, where your donation can be doubled.

2015 U.S. Junior National Team Qualifiers

Luis Avila-Wilmington, CA
Wayne Antone-Eugune, OR
Jordan Barth-Cold Spring, MN
Jake Birnel-Bellingham, WA
Kaitlyn …

Pro Tips »

[29 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

By Fran Davis
Bouncing back after losing a match is not easy to do, but it is a MUST if you want to be successful and build your championship game. It’s inevitable that we ALL win and lose matches, but it is what we do when we lose a match that counts the most. Losing should be a learning experience, NOT beating yourself up experience. Press here to read more…

Member News »

[25 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

It’s a bit of an overcast day in Seattle, but from what we’re hearing it’s not raining in the area around Fenwick Park. I hope we’ll see you all today for some food and fun starting around 11am!