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WINNIPEG, May 19, 2022 – Canada’s racquetball community will be gathering in Brossard, Québec next week for Racquetball Canada’s National Championships. The event, which runs from May 24 to 28, marks the first championship event held since May of 2019 that will include all age and skill divisions. 

The National Championships are always the ultimate competition of the racquetball season. For elite athletes, results will be taken into consideration for selection to national teams and the team that will represent Canada at the upcoming World Championships and Junior World Championships. The National Championships also include several age and skill categories that provide everyone in the sport an opportunity to compete at their own level.

All of Canada’s top ranked athletes have entered the tournament including Québec’s Samuel Murray and Frédérique Lambert. Murray is currently ranked 5th on the International Racquetball Tour (IRT) and Lambert is the top Canadian women’s athlete. Canada’s other top ranked female athletes competing at the tournament include Juliette Parent (Saint-Jacques), Michèle Morissette (Baie-Comeau), Danielle Drury (Saskatoon), Marjolaine Parent (Saint-Jacques) and Alexis Iwaasa (Edmonton). Top ranked male athletes include Coby Iwaasa (Lethbridge), Trevor Webb (Cambridge), Kurtis Cullen (Brandon) and Lee Connell (Saskatoon). 

Who: Players of all ages and skills including Canada’s top ranked and developing elite racquetball athletes

What: 2022 National Championships

Where: Sani Sport Brossard, 7777 Bd Marie-Victorin, Brossard, Québec

When: May 24 to 28, 2022

Racquetball Canada will be live-streaming matches throughout the tournament. We are excited to welcome back Timothy Baghurst who has volunteered his time to provide exceptional coverage in the past. He will be joined by Jeffrey Thompson, who will be working with Racquetball Canada for the first time. The two have teamed up many times to produce quality broadcasts, in particular with the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT). The broadcast will be shared via Racquetball Canada’s Facebook Page and potentially through Racquetball Canada’s YouTube Channel

Brackets and up to date results will be posted at this link closer to the beginning of the tournament.

Our Media Guide can be found on our website at this link

Racquetball Canada will also be holding its Awards Banquet in conjunction with the National Championships on May 28, where those selected to the Hall of Fame will be inducted and other Racquetball Canada awards will be presented.Racquetball Canada is the National Sport Organization for the sport of racquetball. As a member of the Canadian Olympic committee our mission is to coordinate, govern and encourage the advancement of racquetball from the grassroots to the elite level across Canada. Our vision is to be a visible, vibrant sport enjoyed coast to coast by Canadians of all ages and abilities. For more information visit our website.

Media Contact:

Jan Hanson

Communications, Diversity & Safe Sport Director 

communications@racquetballcanada.ca I 306.502.4422