Racquetball was part of the first World Games in 1981 at Santa Clara. These competitions also count as the first Racquetball World Championships. Racquetball was not played at the World Games in 1989, 1997, 2001, and 2005 as no court was available.[1]

Medalists

Source[2]

Men's Single

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  Ed Andrews (USA)  Mark Martino (USA)  Martin Padilla (MEX)
1985 London  Andy Roberts (USA)  Roger Harripersad (CAN)  Ed Andrews (USA)
1993 The Hague  Michael Bronfeld (USA)  John Ellis (USA)  Sherman Greenfeld (CAN)
2009 Kaohsiung  Jack Huczek (USA)  Rocky Carson (USA)  Vincent Gagnon (CAN)
2013 Cali  Polo Gutierrez (MEX)  Gilberto Mejia (MEX)  Rocky Carson (USA)
2022 Birmingham

Men's Double

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  United States (USA)
Mark Malowitz
Jeff Kwartler
 Mexico (MEX)
Raul Canales
Federicq Alvarez
 Netherlands (NED)
Tom Luykx
Frits Groenendijk

Women's Single

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  Cindy Baxter (USA)  Barbara Faulkenberry (USA)  Betsy Massie (USA)
1985 London  Cindy Baxter (USA)  Carol Dupuy (CAN)  Crystal Fried (CAN)
1993 The Hague  Michelle Gould (USA)  Malia Bailey (USA)  Carol McFetridge (CAN)
2009 Kaohsiung  Paola Longoria (MEX)  Rhonda Rajsich (USA)  Angela Grisar (CHI)
2013 Cali  Paola Longoria (MEX)  Cristina Amaya (COL)  Rhonda Rajsich (USA)
2022 Birmingham

Women's Double

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1981 Santa Clara  United States (USA)
Mary Ann Cluess
Karen Borga
 Netherlands (NED)
Miriam Wielheesen
Dineke Kool
 Mexico (MEX)
Martinez
Suarez

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)96419
2 Mexico (MEX)3227
3 Canada (CAN)0246
4 Netherlands (NED)0112
5 Colombia (COL)0101
6 Chile (CHI)0011
Totals (6 nations)12121236

References

  1. ^ "World Games Results". IRF. Archived from the original on 23 September 2013. Retrieved 24 September 2013.
  2. ^ "Result history of the World Games | IWGA".