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Joe Williams

Joe Williams

Hello there everyone, my name is Joe Williams, or otherwise known as Mr. Racquetball.  I have been involved with the USA Racquetball since 2006, only a year after getting 2 stints put in my heart arteries, I played my way to the USA Racquetballs National office in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Since 2009 I have been volunteering at all the National Racquetball events. (National Doubles, National High Schools, National Collegiate, National Jr. Olympics, National Regional’s, National Singles and the US Open). I’ve also helped with the World Seniors Racquetball Championship.

In 2012 I did my 1st International  Racquetball event, that’s was a lifetime experience. In 2013 I will be adding the National Masters Racquetball Championship and the National Senior Olympic Games to the list. I still love to do the local and state event when I can. Racquetball is my second chance at life and I enjoy it to share it. My one passion was to serve our country in the US Navy until retirement.



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