“Paola Longoria wins Singles & Doubles at 1st LPRT Pro-Stop in Cali, Columbia”
“Rocky Carson training for the 1st IRT Pro Stop of the 2015/2016 season”
“Jordan Cooperrider, Wayne Antone & Mitchell Turner trains at the Jr. National Training Camp at the USOTC”
My “Adult Championship Racquetball Team” led by Rocky Carson, #2 Pro in the World, and Paola Longoria, #1 Pro in the World, are both ready for the 2015-2016 pro season.
Rocky Carson finished his Outdoor Season by winning his 11th World Outdoor Racquetball (WOR) Men’s Singles Title at the 2015 WOR Championships in sunny Southern California. In addition to his 11 singles titles, Rocky holds three WOR Men’s Doubles Championship titles as well.
He is now training hard for the Pro Indoor Season, which begins September 17-20, 2015 in Kansas City, KS after winning the gold medal in singles and the silver medal in men’s team at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.
Paola Longoria showed zero rust from the short summer off-season en route to winning both the pro singles and pro doubles titles at the 2015-16 Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT) season opening event in Cali, Colombia.
In singles play, Paola cruised through the bracket and along her way defeated the No. 2 and No. 5 ranked players in the World. In doubles play, Paola won in a tiebreaker in the finals with her partner Samantha, remaining undefeated.
The victory in Cali is Longoria’s 61st career tournament victory on tour. Last season Paola won 10 events on the
LPRT and finished the playing year in late July with a triple gold medal performance at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.
My “Junior Championship Racquetball Team,” Jordan, Wayne, and Mitchell all worked their butts off in Colorado Springs, CO at the United States Olympic Training Center where they were training with the Jr. National Racquetball Team preparing for the Jr. World Championships in Dominican Republic in November 2015.
***All IRT events are streamed live on the IRT Network and all the LPRT events are streamed live on Livestream.com
Good Luck and Stay Focused.