One of the best all-around athletes and racquetball players of his generation, 36-year-old Carson has given no indications of slowing down anytime soon. After a huge win at the 2015 Pan American games for Gold in singles, Carson looks mentally mature as a player and physically youthful with no meaningful injuries over the course of his nearly 20-year career. His physique, hand eye coordination, and stamina make him one of the most formidable to ever play racquetball.
Consistently atop the sport for the majority of his career, he's played every pro stop the last four seasons, finished in the top eight each of the last fifteen seasons, placed in the top three each of the last eight seasons, and held the number two ranking each of the last four seasons, and held the #1 IRT World Champion for 2007-2008.
In addition to playing the IRT, Carson has been an active member of the USAR Racquetball Team, 11-Time #1 World Outdoor Champion, and the only player to hold the #1 IRT, WOR, and IRF world titles at the same time. Carson is often competing in the finals, looking to reach the elusive #1 year-end ranking once again. Can Carson continue to improve and challenge the throne?