Doug Ganim
Doug Ganim | Westerville, Ohio
(Amateur Open, Inducted 2016)
Ganim is most accomplished in doubles competition, where he is considered among the best left-side players to have played the sport.  He reached the finals of the U.S. National Doubles Championships U.S. Team Qualifying division eight times with four different partners, winning the national title four times, all with Dan Obremski.  Ganim also has a distinguished international doubles record.  He captured doubles gold on the sport’s grandest stage at the 1999 Pan American Games.  He also won gold in doubles at the 1988, 1990 and 1992 International Racquetball Federation World Championships.  He medaled three times in United States Olympic Festivals, including gold medals in doubles in 1990 and 1991.  His international success continued with gold medals in the 1990 and 1999 Tournament of the Americas (now referred to as the Pan American Racquetball Championships).  At the time of his induction, Ganim had also won 10 doubles age division titles at National Doubles, plus two singles age-division gold medals at the UnitedHealthcare US OPEN and the IRF Senior World Championships.