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World Squash President Upbeat In Tokyo

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WSF President N Ramachandran, who led the Squash presentation at today's Olympic Games 2020 Additional Event Panel Presentation in host city Tokyo, was upbeat in comments made at the press conference which followed ...

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Squash Set For Tokyo 2020 Presentation

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Japanese teenagers Satomi Watanabe and Ryunosuke Tsukue will join a WSF team at the sport's presentation to the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee for consideration for the 2020 Olympic Games ...

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Squash Delighted By Tokyo 2020 Announcement

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Today's announcement by the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee that Squash is one of eight sports shortlisted - from which a final recommendation will be made to the IOC in September - has been warmly welcomed ...

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Squash listed for Tokyo 2020

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The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has received applications from 26 IOC-recognised International Federations, including WSF, proposing events to be considered for inclusion at Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020 ...

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IPC Grants WSF ‘Recognised IF’ Status

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The International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the global governing body of the Paralympic Movement, has confirmed the World Squash Federation as one of its Recognised International Federations ...

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Sochi Boost For Squash Olympic Bid

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WSF President N Ramachandran, who attended the Sochi Winter Olympic Games as the newly-elected President of the Indian Olympic Association, is encouraged by the IOC vision to introduce new sports to the Summer Games programme "sooner rather than later".

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WSF President meets ANOC President

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As part of the continuing squash effort to secure a place on the Olympic Games programme, WSF President N Ramachandran has met Sheikh Ahmad Al-Sabah, President ANOC in Kuwait to update him on the added value that squash would bring if added ..

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