It is looking likely that we will be planning to have the Racketball Nationals on the 1st / 2nd of Apirl. We will keep this event to two days to help people with travel and accommodation. I will need to start to market this event very soon so please come back to me as soon as possible if this date clashes with anything that someone is running in the Racketball world or if you think that this date is unsuitable.
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We have some fantastic events lined up for 2017. So far all the dates are provisional and further information will be coming soon. If you have any queries, comments or feedback please email email@example.com.
Please note that we are looking to run the Racketball Nationals at the start of April
Article from https://inews.co.uk/
At the weekend, I received a shock. For years now, I’ve played a game called racketball. It’s a gentler version of squash, using a bigger, bouncier ball that means the players don’t spend their time bending down and wrecking their knees. Ideal for people of a certain age, and in my case, I admit, circumference, racketball entails use of similar skills and tactics to squash and affords a good workout. Except, it’s not squash. Not only does it involve a larger ball, but the rackets are shorter, and their heads bigger. The rules are different: the server must bounce the ball before serving. The stroke is different, and because the ball is bouncier, there’s less emphasis on drop shots.
Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/opinion/columnists/rebranding-racketball-exercise-vanity/
Visit this page of the UK-Racketball website to see other articles, comments and engagement regarding the Racketball rebanding excersize. http://www.uk-racketball.com/racketball-players-reaction-to-the-new-name.html
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