USA Racquetball announced today that Jim Durham of Fresno, California, has been named Head Coach of the U.S. Adult Racquetball Team.
Jim possesses decades of experience coaching championship football, basketball, baseball, and track teams. He has worked with players, parents, coaches, official, and administrative personnel; solicited donations for uniforms and equipment; and coordinated travel as integral parts of his coaching duties.
A open and open age level racquetball player who began competing in 1978, Jim has closely followed the game's evolution from the original racquets and game strategies to today's advanced equipment, training methods, and aggressive shot making. His knowledge and skills relative to game analysis of swing mechanics will serve Team USA well as they travel to international competitions representing their country.
Jim is a graduate of California State University at Fresno with a B.A. in Psychology. He and his wife Diana enjoy nature, hiking, and cycling. They are parents, grandparents, and dog parents.
Good luck to Jim Durham as he assumes leadership of Team USA!