Randy Snow

Randy Snow left enduring fingerprints on the athletic world and the lives of millions who were enriched by his leadership, fun-loving personality and inspiring spirit. Randy was born into a large and very active Texas family. By age 16, he was a ranked tennis champion on his way to a college scholarship. His journey changed abruptly one day on a local farm, when he was crushed by a falling half-ton bale of hay.

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    November, 18 2013

    RSPFF ANNOUNCES THE “PLAY ON!” SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Randy Snow = FUN.  Randy Snow = VIBRANT. Randy Snow loved to PLAY. On November 19, 2013, it is with great delight we continue Randy’s infinite love of life, sport, and thrill of achievement by providing athletes with the opportunity to “Play On!” Play On!, the signature program […]

  • Dustin Strelsky Receives RSPFF Scholarship for Wheelchair Tennis Camp! Hook ‘em!

    September, 1 2013

    ROCKDALE, TEXAS (2013) – Dustin Strelsky, 16, of Rockdale, Texas was selected as one of the first recipients of a Randy Snow Push Forward Foundation (RSPFF) Scholarship. Dustin attended The Cruyff Foundation-USTA Junior-ITF Camp of the Americas in Mission Viejo, CA, July 29-August 2, 2013. Thirty-one of the best wheelchair tennis players and their coaches […]

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From beginners to elite athletes participate in progressive wheelchair sports programs.

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RSPFF partnerships provides scholarship opportunities to aspiring wheelchair athletes.

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