Most recently, he participated in the Albert Racquetball Association Provincial Tournament. He finished 5th in singles and 3rd in doubles. Further, Chris is off to nationals in Langley, BC on May 19th through to 25th. After a brief rest, he’s hitting the court for more training and more match preparation. Chris adds, “I also have in the back of my head a thought of maybe entering the 2019 US Open in Minneapolis this coming September. Close to 800 players from all over competing. The experience alone would be amazing.”
He attributes his motivation and drive to simply sport and competition. “From a young age I was encouraged to play anything I wanted,” Chris says. He grew up as a downhill ski racer. He also played baseball, soccer, basketball, football, track, and volleyball. Chris says ski racing, in particular, was a huge part of his life and where most of his time was spent growing up.