It's starting to look like I'll be back home in the US by next summer. Looking forward to playing racquetball again after living in Vienna Austria for 3 years.

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Joel Adler's new video.

I'm delighted to have finally found a way to get back to playing racquetball. I'd quit my membership at a local gym because it was too expensive for what I was getting (and not getting - court reservation privileges). Finally, they offered me a deal to come back that made it worth it.

Now, not only do I have reservation privileges, but I have guest privileges, so I can bring up to two non-member friends with me at a time. That's enabled me to get a few friends to try to play or play again after a long lapse.

Today, I'm meeting with a third friend and am still sore from playing yesterday's friend. I have two more friends lined up to play next week. I have one other who says she wants to play and met a random player at the gym who wants to play another woman player as there aren't many of us in the area.

My days of talking my husband into playing when it's not really his thing are over! :)

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Last weekend in February was the AUSTRIAN JUNIOR SQUASH OPEN at my club. It was an international competition with 29 countries participating with Juniors under the age of 19. Sure reminded me of shooting racquetball for USAR including the diving get in the photo below. Also note that light flicker made it a challenge to get the color right.
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NYE In Vienna, Austria. Happy New Year everybody!
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Merry Christmas everybody.
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Sad news for our Racquetball family and for my favorite athlete. Hugs, thoughts, and prayers are headed your way Rhonda Rajsich and family.
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A few highlights from the Hamburg Open Racquetball Tournament held last weekend.
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10/31/16
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I'm off to a racquetball tournament in Europe! Hope to get some photographs, but happy to meet members of the European Racquetball Federation.
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