Inline hockey is a wide open variant of ice hockey played on inline skates. It is one of the fastest games on wheels, showcasing skating, speed and stick handling. Inline hockey is played with no offsides and five players on the playing surface, which allows more opportunities for higher scoring games than ice hockey. The game is typically played indoors, although it can also be played outdoors on a suitable surface. Inline hockey is a fast-paced and exciting sport that is enjoyed by players of all ages and skill levels.
C.J. Yoder is one of the most accomplished inline hockey players in the world. He played for Team USA for 19 years, including 14 seasons as team captain. In his career, C.J. has won 19 International gold medals, two Pan-American Games gold medals, one World Games gold medal and two European Championships with the Asiago Vipers. C.J was named the USARS Inline Player of the Year by in 2004 and was inducted into the USARS Inline Hockey Hall of Fame in 2020.
C.J. looks forward to his new role with NRS, as he continues to promote inline hockey and lay the foundation for the sport to grow into the future.
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