Skydiving on my birthday

Skydiving is it Calculable Risk or Luck

For the longest time a jump out of an airplane has been in my bucket was an incredible feeling and sensation that is not comparable to anything else I had experienced. Yes, windsurfing in 60 mph gusts on Padre Island, flying loops and rolls in a stunt plane or going 120 mph on my motorcycle come close, but only close…and then, after dropping at 120 mph for about 25 seconds (you fall about 1000 ft. every 4 seconds) the swoooossh of the parachute is a very, very welcome sound. Jacob said: “Well, thank God that opened…”Amen, second that.

2014 METROsquash Windy City Open Squash Tournament in Chicago, IL

This 2014 METROsquash Windy City Open presented by Guggenheim and EquiTrust Life Insurance Company offered the richest prize purse Chicago Squash has ever seen. The PSA WORLD SERIES GOLD men’s event drew the majority of top 10 players in the world and also welcomed the women back with a WSA GOLD event that attracted most of the world’s top 10 women squash professionals.

The Best of the 2010 U.S. Open Squash Championship

Some of what many would consider to be my best shots of the world class matches…at the 2010 U.S. Open Squash Championships… among the top world class squash players are Mohammed Abbas, Thierry Lincou, Oli Touminen, Wael El Hindi, Vanessa Atkinson, Lauren Jans Anjema, Omar Mosaad Abouzid, Amanda Sobhy, Isabelle Stoehr, Line Hansen, Manuela Manetta, Latasha Khan and Nicolas Mueller

Finals at the 2010 U.S. Open Squash Championships

Saturday, October 2, 2010 Fortune favors the bold–El Hindi and Atkinson are crowned as U.S. Open Champions during a rainy yet fantastic evening at the Pritzker Pavillion in Chicago, IL. [coolEye search=72157624970768241 how=album width=550 height=450 source=flickr rows=1 chrome=show tilt=4 brand=hide toolbar=show exactfit=yes] The 2010 METROsquash U.S. Open finals featured a battle of textbook squash against the famous…