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COLLEGE SPORTS SAFE SEARCH Olympic sports news and highlights week in review us Olympic committee Paralympics: (July 29) The athletes competing on the 2004 U.S. Paralympic Team in Athens, Greece have been named. (July 30) The Paralympic Academy announced that six student-athletes and six coaches have been named winners of the 2004 National Paralympic Academy Ability Contest. Each student-athlete and a coach will receive an all-expenses paid trip for two to Athens to attend the first five days of the 2004 Paralympic Games.
Racquetball: (Aug. 3) The United States swept the individual competition at the 2004 International Racquetball Federation (IRF) World Championships, winning four gold medals. It is the fourth time the U.S. has been able to claim world champions in all disciplines. The feat was also accomplished in 1981, 1992 and 1996. The U.S. is the only country to sweep the individual competition since the tournamentís inception.
Rowing: (July 28) Lightweight menís single sculler Rich Montgomery (Batavia, Ill) advanced to the semifinals and eight junior crews hit the water for their first race on the second day of competition at the 2004 FISA Senior and Junior World Championships in Banyoles, Spain. Montgomery, a first-time national team member, finished second in his reperchage, or second-chance race, to advance to the semifinals.

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By Amanda Layman Low eHow Contributor updated: June 15, 2010 I want to do this! What's This? Racquetball 101 Fotolia.com Racquetball is a young sport, but it has grown in popularity since its official creation in 1968. Racquetball courts now appear in gyms, college facilities and even in some high schools. While it has not yet been made an Olympic sport, racquetball's rise in popularity demonstrates a promising future for the sport.
History
  • Joe Sobek, a tennis and handball enthusiast, became the "father of racquetball," when he invented a game involving stringed paddle rackets and a rubber ball.
    According to U.S.A. Racquetball, the earliest known racquetball events were held in 1968 (Milwaukee) and 1969 (St. Louis), and racquetball enthusiasts debate over which competition was the first actual national championship. By 1974, only six years after the game's invention, there were about three million players worldwide.
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  • USA Racquetball (USAR) recognizes singles and doubles as the two forms of the game. A third version, cutthroat, is played with three participants but this style is not played in tournaments. In singles, two players compete against each other to maintain a volley for as long as possible. In doubles, a pair of players competes with another pair.
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