began his racquetball career at the age of 16 and
quickly rose through the Provincial, Canadian and World
rankings. He has won the most world titles in
Canadian racquetball history. He finished with
five international racquetball federation world
championships gold medals and fifteen world champions
silver medals. In addition Mike won eleven
Canadian national championships (singles and doubles
professional category). He also won a silver medal
at the 1995 Pan Am games and the 1983 Canada Winter
games. He was a key member of the Canadian
National team from 1988 to 2004 and competed in eight
consecutive world championships.
the only player to win IRF World Championship in three
different decades and one of only three players to
appear in a world singles and world doubles gold medal
match. He posted professional victories over seven
world number one ranked players and competed in the US,
Japan, Germany, throughout South and Central America and
across the US and Canada.
a graduate of St. Clair Secondary School and Western
University and currently resides in Burlington, Ontario
with his family.