Women Making Racquetball History Now!

On my news site, Daily Racquetball, there will be a new feature every Wednesday that includes interviews with female racquetball players, coaches, board association members, tournament organizers, and more. To get the process started, ~30 women were identified and they will be asked to visit this page so that they can see and consider all of the questions.


You’ve been nominated to be featured as one of Daily Racquetball’s Women Crush Wednesday Racquetball Influencers!

AKA Women Making Racquetball History Now!

Please consider answering as many or as few of the questions below as you are comfortable with. If you don’t wish to answer or be featured, we will honor that request. Please do consider answering at least the last 2 questions in that case and let us know.


Are you a pro player, coach, association board member, tournament organizer, or racquetball broadcaster AKA why do racquetball players know you?:

Can we promote your social media accounts to help increase your exposure with your racquetball message?
Facebook Page:

Country of Origin:

Place you consider home:

Have you ever been on your country’s national team? When?:

Did you play as a junior? When & how where you introduced to the competitive side of racquetball?

Playing hand:

Year you started playing racquetball:

First female mentor or idol in racquetball (or who got you into the game):

Favorite racquetball shot:

Motivation for the game (what keeps you playing):

Love most about racquetball:

Preferred racquet (or racquet sponsor, all equipment shout outs go here, please feel free to include how you like your racquet strung (tension, string gauge, etc.), your favorite glove, shoes, socks, spill the beans 🙂 :

Favorite event (or primary event you are/have been responsible for):

Best results at tournaments you’ve played in (lots of results are good here, don’t limit yourself to one event):

Day job:

Charity close to your heart:

Family shoutout:

Other sports played in addition to racquetball:

How do you think we can make racquetball better?

What can we do to activate more female players?

What is your hope for the future of racquetball?

How do you feel is the best way to help grow the sport of racquetball?

If you could bring one thing back from racquetball past – what would it be and why?

What do you do to train?

What is the biggest challenge you face right now as it comes to racquetball, and how do you work to overcome that challenge?

What photo(s) should we feature with the article when it goes live on Daily Racquetball on Facebook and on the website www.dailyracquetball.com?

Who else should we be celebrating with this interview and feature process?

What question(s) did we forget to ask that you would like to answer and that we should ask future interviewees?