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Palmer Makes Long-Awaited Return To South America

More than fifteen years after making his debut on the PSA World Squash Tour in Brazil, Australia’s world number six David Palmer is returning to South America for the first time to compete in this week’s XII Abierto Colombian Open in the Colombia capital Bogotá. Palmer, the 33-year-old from New South Wales who celebrated his 108th successive month in the …

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Galifi Storms Into Saudi International Draw

Frenchman Stephane Galifi continued his giant-killing run in the qualifying finals of the Saudi International, the $250,000 PSA World Tour Super Series Platinum squash championship which will take place for the fifth year in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, from 13-18 December. The two-day qualifying event was staged at St George’s LT&SC in Surrey, England – with players ranked between 24 and …

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CASA Finals

What a night for T&T … What a day … pretty much every match went down to the wire, throwing the schedule into chaos. At the end of the day – the very end, five minutes to midnight – Trinidad and Tobago completed a remarkable treble. The news just got better and better as the night went on … not …

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Squash falls short in Olympic Bid

Squash suffered another disappointment at the IOC Executive meeting in Berlin, where Rugbt Sevens and Golf were shortlisted for the 2016 Games ... report and reaction ...

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Squash United Behind 2016 Olympic Bid

Just ahead of the decision on which sports to recommend for inclusion in the Olympic Games from 2016, the bodies which govern and manage Squash - as well as the sport's top players - have reaffirmed their commitment to the bid for Squash to become an Olympic sport ...

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