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A Junior’s Interview with Racquetball Pro Rocky Carson

Owen Forsythe Interviews Rocky Carson

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USRF 2014 US Open Juniors Clinic

On Tuesday, October 7, 2014, the United States Racquetball Foundation (USRF) hosted a Juniors Clinic with racquetball pros Rocky Carson and Rhonda Rajsich, Dr. Bud Muehleisen, Coach Jim Winterton, and Lifetime Instructors at the Us Open in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I thought that the clinic was great. 9-year-old Ava Kaiser agreed, saying “it was awesome!”

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Sharing Our Love of Racquetball

WE LOVE RACQUETBALLRemember the first time you played racquetball? Remember how the next day you wanted to go back and play again? Watch Legend Shannon Wright’s eyes light up when she talks about how she felt as a teenager when a neighbor introduced her to the game. She was hooked and still is today. Read more...

Meet Dr. Bud Muehleisen — the Father of Racquetball

Dr Bud Muehleisen The Fathen of RacquetballIn the beginning the game was called Paddle Rackets and it was an unorganized game when Dr. Bud Muehleisen started playing in 1968. Dr. Bud, a tennis and badminton player, thought he should try out this new racquet-based game and immediately became a life-long devotee of this great new sport. Read more...

 

USRF Sponsors Juniors Clinic at the 2014 UnitedHealthcare US Open

US Open Juniors Clinic Announcement

Our Juniors Clinic as part of the 2014 US Open is back, and you're officially invited! Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn from the best of the best.

Play against pros Rocky and Rhonda on the stadium glass court! Free instruction from Rocky, Rhonda, and other top instructors from across the country.

Tuesday October 7th, 2014 (6:30-8:15pm)

 

Volunteer/Intern Positions Available

Juniors Getting Into The Game — Clinics Begin!

Great turnout, great fun, here are a few picts from the April 25 -27 clinics.

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Will The Last One On the Courts, Please Turn off the Lights?

Racquetball court converted to spin class studioRacquetball, once a king of the court with close to 14 million players nationwide, has dwindled drastically in the 21st century, leading many to wonder where it has gone. Read More...

 

Who is Charlie Brumfield?
Rockstar. Legend
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Coach Jim Winterton interview with Charlie Brumfield, Summer 2013. In this interview they discuss Charlie's career, the early days of racquetball, and his competitive advantage. View the video.

2014 Resolutions Poster

Racquetball 2014 Resolutions

Download the USRF Racquetball 2014 Resolutions Poster and Screen Saver here.

Give To Your Passion

The United States Racquetball Foundation (USRF) is a non-profit foundation that is dedicated to the growth and preservation of the sport of racquetball in the United States. Our mission is to create an endowment fund that will be used to make grants that will support a variety of worthy Racquetball Programs.

We believe the sport needs nurturing and your support to ensure racquetball continues to grow and thrive into the future.  Without access to courts, quality instruction, competition, and travel expenses for the next generation of racquetball players, the sport very well could fade away.  For this reason, our motto "Give To Your Passion" is paramount.  It is we, who love and are passionate about the sport, that have the responsibility to make sure this passion is passed on to athletes today and in the future.

As our Foundation grows, our goal is to help young athletes gain access to courts, instruction and fund competitions by forming partnerships with racquetball enthusiasts, businesses, health clubs, health organizations, schools, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, YMCA, YWCA and other groups and individuals dedicated to encouraging an active lifestyle and involvement in a lifetime sport.

The United States Racquetball Foundation has been granted 501(c)(3) nonprofit status by the Internal Revenue Service. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.