I Was What You Might Call A Born Athlete.

I was what you might call a born athlete.

I had never been much into sports until my parents got divorced and my mom and I moved to Annapolis, Maryland.

At some point in there, I discovered I had a natural talent for racquetball, which was all the rage back in the 1980s.

I was also an excellent baseball player, so good that I could have played professional ball had I opted to go that road.

But I chose racquetball instead and ended up being one of the top-ranked players in the country.

From the time I was 9 or 10 years old until the time I was 16 or so, I ate, drank, slept, and lived to play racquetball.

Hours and hours each day.

Back then, everyone said that racquetball had a big future as a professional sport.

I believed it. I wanted to play racquetball professionally.

Pursuing the sport is what led me to enlist in the U.S. Air Force.

I played racquetball for the USAF and even surfed for them. Won a few tournaments, too.

But that’s another story …

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