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2004-10-16T00:00:00.000Z

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Employment History

Founder, President and Coach
Southern Ohio Wheelchair Tennis Club

Real Estate Assessor
Department of Transportation

Affiliations

Founder
The SOWTC

Web References (4 Total References)


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www.northeastcenter.com [cached]

Jim Rackett is probably just as big a celebrity.He is the founder, president and coach of the Southern Ohio Wheelchair Tennis Club, who drives from his Springboro home twice a week for practice with Cincinnati Recreation Commission classes.Link

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Five surgeries and several bouts of radiation and chemotherapy later, James is 30.He has a wife, Shawna, two sons - Ethan, 2, and Tyler, 6 - and a good job as a real estate assessor for Wyoming's Department of Transportation.
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"Head injury changes the individual and their family forever," James wrote in a term paper.


Local sports briefs, 03.18.04

www.middletownjournal.com [cached]

n WHEELCHAIR TENNIS PROMOTER HONORED: The United States Tennis Association (USTA) announced Wednesday that Jim Rackett, of Springboro, has been named the Brad Parks Award.Rackett was instrumental in starting the Southern Ohio Wheelchair Tennis Club in Middletown and instructs and recruits new tennis players.He also serves as co-tournament director of the USTA/Midwest Section USA Tennis Wheelchair Championship, held annually in October in Middletown.


Jim Rackett, founder, ...

www.athletesadvance.net [cached]

Jim Rackett, founder, president and coach of the Southern Ohio Wheelchair Tennis Club, serves as an inspiration to chair-bound players who just want a chance to compete.


NCPAD:NCPAD Newsletters: 2003-08-01

www.ncpad.org [cached]

The SOWTC is a non-profit program founded by Jim and Traci Rackett and has grown from one wheelchair tennis player (Jim Rackett) to more than 30 members.

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The SOWTC is a non-profit program founded by Jim and Traci Rackett and has grown from one wheelchair tennis player (Jim Rackett) to more than 30 members.

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