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  • Video: Flamingo Park Could Get New Racquet Sport

    Handball and paddleball players want to keep their facilities in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach officials, like Mayor Philip Levine, want to make some room for pádel, a sport popular in Europe but now well-known here.

Handball and paddleball players want to keep their facilities in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach officials, like Mayor Philip Levine, want to make some room for pádel, a sport popular in Europe but now well-known here. Joey Flechas jflechas@miamiherald.com
Handball and paddleball players want to keep their facilities in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach officials, like Mayor Philip Levine, want to make some room for pádel, a sport popular in Europe but now well-known here. Joey Flechas jflechas@miamiherald.com

Miami Beach might build courts for pádel, a little-known racquet sport

January 23, 2016 11:42 AM