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Singer, Simon

Handball - 1991

Simon "Stuffy" Singer was one of the most dominant four-wall handball players in the game’s history. He won his first national and world championships in 1965, and his last in 1988. During this period, he won a combined total of 16 United States, Canadian, and world titles in singles and doubles competition. He is one of only five players in history to win United States National Championships in singles, doubles and masters competitions.

In 1971, as a representative of the United States government, Singer toured Germany and England, along with the handball legends Jim Jacobs and Marty Decatur, presenting clinics and exhibitions for Air Force personnel.

When he retired from competition in 1988, Singer was ranked the #5 all-time professional tournament winner.

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