BGSU retiree rules the shuffleboard courts in both Arizona and Ohio
Sylvia Smith, national shuffleboard champion.
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WESTON — Shuffleboard was never on Sylvia Smith’s radar until after she retired from Bowling Green State University in 2001.
Retirement meant the winters were to be spent in Arizona, and in 2004 she was introduced to the sport.
It’s safe to say she grasped it rather quickly.
In just over 10 years playing the sport, Smith has become one of the best shuffleboard players in the world. She will be inducted into the National Shuffleboard Hall of Fame on July 21 at a national tournament and banquet in Lakeside.
The Hall of Fame is located in Clearwater, Florida.
“I was elated,” Smith said of when she found…
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