Suivant Consulting Grand Slam Recap

[ngg src="galleries" ids="13" display="basic_thumbnail" thumbnail_crop="0"]Good Monday morning everyone. I had great time in Atlanta for the Suivant Consulting Grand Slam at the Rec ATL. Working with Team Dovetail and Team Zurek was my focus all weekend, we had some great results I wanted to share and recap. Rocky Carson had several tough matches, first a win against Charlie Pratt in the round of 32, then a win over Jake Bredenbeck in the round of 16, and then played Daniel De La Rosa in the quarterfinals, losing 15-8, 15-8. Samuel Schulze and Mike Kinkin had a great run in men’s elite

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Vote for Paola Longoria for World Games Greatest Athlete

Congratulations to Paola Longoria who is a candidate for The World Games Greatest Athlete of All Time. Please vote for Paola online and let’s show the world why racquetball is the greatest sport in the world. As Paola's coach for going on 12 years, I can wholeheartedly say she DESERVES and EARNED this honor. Voting DAILY is allowed and ends on February 1, 2021. Only the 10 highest ranked candidates move forward after January 20, 2021 so let’s make sure Paola is in that group. Voting link: https://www.theworldgames.org/awards/The-World-Games-Greatest-Athlete-of-All-Time-81 Please go vote now and remember to vote daily. Thank you, Coach

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Paola Longoria Closes Out the 1st Half of the 2020/2021 Season WINNING

HEAD Penn’s Paola Longoria Wins her 106th Tournament in Kansas Overland Park, Kansas – December 15, 2020 Paola Longoria, the world’s top ranked player, won the Women’s Professional Singles title at the TeamRoot.com Super max Slam event in Kansas. Due to the global pandemic, the tournament was the first contested on the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT) since the Boston Open in March. The singles event was the 137th tournament Longoria (Monterrey, Mexico) has played in during her professional career. Of those tournaments, Paola has won 106 of them – a staggering tournament winning percentage of more than 77 percent!

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Paola Longoria Closes Out the 1st Half of the 2019/2020 Season with 2 MORE VICTORIES

HEAD Penn’s Paola Longoria Wins her 101st Tournament in Chicago Chicago, Illinois, December 18, 2019 HEAD Penn’s Paola Longoria (San Luis Potosi, Mexico) dominated the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT) Turkey Shoot Open at the Glass Court Swim & Fitness Club outside the Windy City. Paola lost just one game all weekend en route to winning both the Women’s Professional Singles and Women’s Professional Doubles divisions in Chicago. The singles victory against Monserrat Mejia became Paola’s 101st tournament win of her professional career. She has now won 455 matches on the LPRT to just 31 losses. In doubles play Paola

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“Coach Fran Davis Helps to Keep Racquetball Alive”

Fran Davis continues to spread her “Championship Racquetball” philosophy with Paola Longoria, Rocky Carson and her Junior/Amateur Players and through Camps/Clinics presented by HEAD/Penn Coach Fran Davis is having a busy Fall Coaching and Teaching. Paola Longoria Wins… 10th US Open Title and Hits 100th Pro Victory Title in Minneapolis, MN [caption id="attachment_9048" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Paola Longoria celebrates her 10th US Open Title with her family, boyfriend, and Coach Fran Davis[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9049" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Paola Longoria and Coach Fran Davis symbolize 10 US Open Titles together as coach/athlete career[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9050" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Paola Longoria wins her 100th career

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PAOLA LONGORIA WINS the 2019 US OPEN RACQUETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 10X and it’s her 100th PROFESSIONAL Tournament Victory

Minneapolis, Minnesota – October 6, 2019 -. Paola Longoria (San Luis Potosi, Mexico) – the undisputed No. 1 ranked player in the world – defeated Maria Jose Vargas (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 15-5, 15-7 to win the most prestigious racquetball tournament in the world, the 2019 United Healthcare US OPEN Racquetball Championships and was crowned Women’s Professional Singles Champion.   The title became the tenth US OPEN win for Longoria and her ninth in a row. The Grand Slam victory also became Paola’s 100th tournament win on Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT). Longoria’s first professional tournament win came in September 2007

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Rocky Carson’s Road to the 2019 US Open

Began at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru with 2 Bronze Medals this Summer Continued with an IRT Victory at the 1st Pro-stop in Atlanta, GA and a Finalist at the 2nd Pro-stop in Laurel, MD Lima, Peru – August 16, 2019 The 2019 Pan American Games featured more than 6,100 athletes, making it the largest international sporting event competition within racquetball. This was Rocky’s 3rd Pan Am Games after representing the USA in 2011 in Guadalajara, MX and 2015 in Toronto, Canada and now in 2019 in Lima, Peru. He won a Gold & a Silver Medal in

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Paola Longoria’s Road to the 2019 US Open

Lima, Peru – August 16, 2019 At this year’s Pan Am Games racquetball event in Lima, Peru, Mexico’s Paola Longoria lead the way and swept the Women’s Singles, Women’s Doubles, and Women’s Team competitions to earn three gold medals in Lima. These three gold medals were added to her six gold medals she won previously, 3 earned in 2011 in Guadalajara, MX and 3 earned in 2015 Toronto, Canada For her Pan American Games career, Longoria has now won a staggering NINE gold medals, making her the most decorated Pan Am Games athlete from Mexico in the history of the

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Watch the 3X Pan American Champion Paola Longoria in acton this weekend at the LPRT Pro-Stop in Virginia Beach, VA

HEAD Penn’s Paola Longoria wins 3 Gold Medals at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru – August 16, 2019 The 2019 Pan American Games featured more than 6,100 athletes, making it the largest international sporting event competition within racquetball. At this year’s Pan Am Games racquetball event in Peru, Mexico’s Paola Longoria lead the way and swept the Women’s Singles, Women’s Doubles, and Women’s Team competitions to earn three gold medals in Lima. It wasn’t an easy road as Paola and Fran Davis, Paola’s Coach, had to make adjustments during the Women’s Doubles Finals against Guatemala and come back

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