Longoria sweeps gold

Veracruz, Mexico — Paola Longoria, the World’s best female racquetball player, continued her domination of the game on the international stage by taking home three Gold Medals from the 2014 Central American & Caribbean Games.

Paola defended her 2010 Central American & Caribbean Games title in the Women’s Singles Division with a straight game victory against fellow countrywomen in the final. Longoria also won a Gold Medal in the Women’s Doubles Competition, helping Mexico win the Women’s Team Championship as well.

The wins at this quadrennial international event add to the global wins Paola has already racked up. This summer she won the World Championships in singles and doubles for her country at the International Racquetball Federation event in Canada.

On hand in Mexico to coach Paola was HEAD Penn senior staff member and USA Racquetball Hall of Fame Member, Fran Davis. HEAD Penn’s Alejandro Herrera of Colombia reached the semifinals of the Men’s Singles Division. To follow Paola, Alejandro and the rest of the HEAD Penn professional players, visit:


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