Published by the Miami Herald on October 18, 2017
Jonathan “JB” Burns can hit a racquetball at about 160 mph, which is faster than a Category 4 hurricane and nearly twice as swift as a major-league fastball.
The force that flows from Burns’ right arm is a big reason why he and his father, Marc Burns, won at the U.S. Open Racquetball National Championships earlier this month at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
They prevailed in the top amateur Centurion Division, which stipulates that the combined age of the doubles team equals at least 100.[Read More]
The Delray Beach Sun-Sentinel continued the story on November 1st, 2017.[Read More]