Rippel captures gold medal at International Indoor Pickleball Championships

Issaquah resident earns first place.

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Issaquah resident Jay Rippel (center) and teammate Miok Lee of Gig Harbor earned first place in the mixed doubles senior open division in the 2019 International Indoor Pickleball Championships on March 31 at the Northwest Sports Hub in Centralia. Rippel also captured a silver medal in the men’s doubles senior open with teammate Glen Peterson. Photo courtesy of Lessly Delcid

Issaquah resident Jay Rippel (center) and teammate Miok Lee of Gig Harbor earned first place in the mixed doubles senior open division in the 2019 International Indoor Pickleball Championships on March 31 at the Northwest Sports Hub in Centralia. Rippel also captured a silver medal in the men’s doubles senior open with teammate Glen Peterson. Photo courtesy of Lessly Delcid

Issaquah resident Jay Rippel (center) and teammate Miok Lee of Gig Harbor earned first place in the mixed doubles senior open division in the 2019 International Indoor Pickleball Championships on March 31 at the Northwest Sports Hub in Centralia. Rippel also captured a silver medal in the men’s doubles senior open with teammate Glen Peterson.

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