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ERF anounces new Technical Director

The ERF has appointed Uwe Otterbein from Germany as new Techical Director for a 2-years-term. Otterbein resides in Mannheim, Germany but lived in South America for many years. He studied sports and has many experiences in the world of sports organization as another sports he has been involved in is …

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Dutch Open to be held in 2016!

The Dutch Open will return to the European Racquetball circuit. The Netherlands Racquetball Association (NRA) just recently anounced the 2016 edition for 12-14th of February in The Hague. The Dutch Open were first held in 1979, the last edition was held in 2008. More information will be forthcoming on www.racquetball.nl.

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And the winner is….

We now have a winner of the Summer Slam 2015 in Ramstein, Germany. Oliver Bertels (GER) defeated Jan Lysakowski (AUT) in the final with 15-1, 7-15, 11-6. The match that was not played during the tournament due to time contraints was played last weekend in Hamburg as both players reside …

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No winner at AERA Summer Slam… yet

The 2015 AERA Summer Slam in Ramstein, Germany ended with no winner of the mens singles final. Due to time constraints the final between Germany’s Oliver Bertels and Jan Lysakwoski (Austria) could not be played anymore on the last day of competition. Since both finalists reside in Hamburg, the match …

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Results from the Pan American Games 2015

The racquetball competition of the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada has concluded yesterday with great success. Congratulations to gold medal winners in Singles Paola Longoria (MEX), Rocky Carson (USA) and in Doubles, Paola Longoria & Samantha Salas (Mexico)  and Jansen Allen & Jose Rojas (USA). Also congratulation to …

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European Games in Baku, Azerbaijzan

The first European Games are currently being held in Baku, Azerbijzan, with 6000 athletes in 20 sports, of which four are non-olympic sports. Unfortunately, Racquetball is not included in these games, so let’s hope our sport will be on the programme for 2019, most likely to be held in The …

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