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Sanctuary's Bradley wins silver at FL senior games

March 24, 2014
Special to the Reporter (sancapnews@breezenewspapers.com) , Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander

Christie Bradley, director of Tennis and Fitness at The Sanctuary Golf Club, competed in the Florida International Senior Games and State Championships winning a Silver Medal in volleyball. Playing at Estero Community Park, Christie was part of six-person team from Florida, Maryland, and New York.

"I took up volleyball in the early 90's when I stopped professional tennis tournaments. I was living in Maryland and competed for the Chesapeake Division of the USA Volleyball Association. When I am not playing indoors as part of a team, I like two-man volleyball on sand and grass. I passed the love of volleyball to my daughter, Hayley, who is playing club volleyball for USA South. I am so proud of her," said Christie. "Volleyball and tennis are very similar in moves and defense, I love to play both sports. I also feel very fortunate to be able to coach both sports at The Sanibel School to future generations."

If you would like more information about The Sanctuary Golf Club, please contact Sheryl Tatum, statum@sanctuarygc.net or about the Florida International Senior Games and State Championship, go to their website at nsga.com.

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Christie Bradley, director of Tennis and Fitness at The Sanctuary Golf Club, and her daughter Hayley. PHOTO PROVIDED.

 
 

 

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