Posted On: 03/10/2016
Today the racquetball community lost a great one. We're sad to hear of the unfortunate passing of Kevin List. Kevin was a fixture in the S. Florida racquetball community. He was a true gentleman on and off the court, and will be greatly missed. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends. RIP brother.
Posted On: 03/07/2016
Franklin Bud Held, 88, racquetball's most famous inventor, innovator, visionary and founder of the oldest, ongoing racquetball company in existence today was selected to the prestigious, 2016 WORHOF Outdoor Racquetball Hall of Fame (HOF). Held is widely considered one of the sport’s greatest contributors. Held was voted in unanimously due to WORHOF due to “special circumstances” by the voting members and he joins Craig “Clubber” Lane and Marty Hogan in the class of 2016.
Posted On: 02/02/2016
Thanks to WORHOF, WOR and the outdoor racquetball community, it is a distinct honor to announce the addition of one of racquetball's most famous players--Marty Hogan into the Outdoor Racquetball Hall of Fame. Marty Hogan joins Craig "Clubber" Lane in the legendary class of 2016. This talented group includes probably two of the hardest hitting players in outdoor history. Thus, the racquetball community has now officially and appropriately dubbed this class...the year of "Powerball."
Posted On: 01/28/2016
On behalf of WORHOF, WOR and the outdoor racquetball community, it is a distinct honor to announce the inclusion of one of racquetball's most storied candidates--Craig Lane into the Outdoor Hall of Fame. Possessing the game's greatest nickname, Craig "Clubber" Lane is arguably the hardest hitting outdoor player in racquetball history. With pro national championships spanning four glorious decades and 18 Major Pro National titles, Craig Lane has captured the hearts and imagination of outdoor fans everywhere with his incredibly talent, athleticism, discipline and determination. Of course, "sporting" a Ph.D. in Kinesiology hasn't hurt his career either coming in handy on and off the court.