Achievements

Olympics and Paralympics

  • 2000 Paralympics – Sydney, Australia
  • 1996 Paralympics Bronze Medalist, Men’s Basketball Team – Atlanta, Georgia
  • 1992 Paralympics Gold Medalist Men’s Tennis Singles and Doubles – Barcelona, Spain
  • 1984 Olympic Silver Medalist, Men’s 1500m Exhibition Race – Los Angeles, California

Tennis

  • Ten-time U. S. Open Men’s Single Champion (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993)
  • Six-time U.S. Open Men’s Double Champion (1983, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993)
  • 1991 World Champion of Wheelchair Men’s Singles Tennis – International Tennis Federation; Ranking Number one in World, and Number one USA
  • Developed, conducted and taught over 50 “Randy Snow Wheelchair Tennis Camps

Basketball

  • 1995 & 1996 MVP, Final Four National Basketball Tournament
  • 1995 National Champion, Final Four Basketball Tournament
  • Two-time Gold Cup World Champion, Nova Scotia and Australia

Track

  • Former National Record Holder in 200m, 400m, 1500m, and 5000m

Author

  • “Pushing Forward:  A Memoir of Motivation”
  • “Too Far From Home”
  • “Wheelchair Tennis:  Myth to Reality” (with Dr. Bal Moore)
  • “102 Wheelchair Tennis Drills”

Professional Career

  • President, NO XQS, Inc., Achievement Coaching Company
  • Fortune 500 Speaker

Induction into Halls of Fame

  • 2004 U. S. Olympic Hall of Fame
  • U. S. Professional Tennis Association Hall of Fame (posthumously)
  • National Wheelchair Basketball Association Hall of Fame (posthumously)
  • 2002 Wheelchair Sports Hall of Fame
  • 2002 Inducted into USTA Texas Section Hall of Fame
  • Texas Tennis Hall of Fame
  • National Spinal Cord Injury Association Hall of Fame
  • Terrell High School Tiger Hall of Fame

Other Awards

  • “The Athletic Congress Athlete of the Year”
  • “Jack Gerhardt ‘Heisman’ Athlete of the Year” Award
  • 1983, 1986 Outstanding Male Athlete – National Wheelchair Games
  • 1995 Captain Ure Sportsmanship Award

Randy being inducted into the OLYMPIC HALL OF FAME!