|Cindy Baxter | Reedsville, Pennsylvania|
(Amateur Athlete, Inducted 1991)
Cindy was instrumental in building a reputation for the U.S. National Racquetball Team in the eighties by distinguishing herself as a major competitor on the international racquetball scene. Early in her career, Cindy became the first U.S. athlete to win three consecutive gold medals in the World Games, first in 1981, again in 1984, and again in 1986. Her achievements in the sport have been documented by the Guinness Book of Records, and have yet to be matched.
|Ed Remen | Sterling, Virginia|
(Amateur Athlete/Contributor, Inducted 1991)
Early in his career, Ed Remen parlayed handball and stickball skills learned in the Bronx into an exceptional racquetball talent. His accomplishments include sixteen national titles, a gold medal at the first Master's Games in Toronto, a World Senior Championship, and a state and regional winning streak that spans ten years. As an instructor, Ed has taught racquetball at the college level. He has organized and instructed many racquetball camps, workshops and clinics for all age groups. He has also been a Master Clinician for the President's Council on Physical Fitness for Region 3.