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Squash 57: On The Rise

SQUASH 57 has been in existence since the mid 80’s, rebranded to SQUASH 57 (SQ57) in 2016, and is now…

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Campion on England Squash, The Next Generation and COVID-19

Exclusive by RJ Mitchell As squash activity around the globe gradually starts to pick up, England Squash National Senior Coach…

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Boswell Hoping to Call on Hunt Experience in Role as Squash Australia Coach

Exclusive by RJ Mitchell Stewart Boswell has revealed that he plans to go back to the future and use the…

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World Squash Day to Take Place On October 10, 2020

As squash courts reopen in many countries following the COVID-19 lockdown, the sport will be relaunched in dramatic style when…

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Tributes Pour in For El Welily Following Retirement

Tributes have been pouring in on social media following yesterday’s announcement that women’s World No.1 Raneem El Welily has retired…

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World No.1 Raneem El Welily Announces Immediate Retirement from Squash

World No.1 Raneem El Welily has today (June 25) announced her immediate retirement from professional squash, bringing to an end…

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Public Events Key for Growth of Squash in Russia

Squash is on the up in Russia, and key to the growth of the sport in the nation are a…

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A Bronx Tale: SquashSkills Explores the Power of Sport in New York City

SquashSkills recently held the digital premiere of their documentary ‘A Bronx Tale’ – a heartwarming story which explores CitySquash’s efforts to use…

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Samantha Teran on Her New Role as President of ACODEPA’s Athletes Commission

Last month, Samantha Teran, the most successful Mexican squash player of all time, was named as President of the Association…

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World Masters Squash Championships Rescheduled for August 2021​​

The World Squash Federation (WSF) can confirm that the World Masters Squash Championships – originally postponed from August 2020 due…

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World Squash Library: Putting Together the History of Squash

Being passionate about preserving squash’s long and rich heritage, ex World Squash Federation (WSF) CEO Andrew Shelley has decided to…

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Squash Players Serving the Community: Dr. Toby Lynch

US Squash explore the way that squash player Dr. Toby Lynch has served the community of St. Louis during the…

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Leo Au Announces Retirement

Hong Kong’s World No.21 Leo Au has announced his immediate retirement from professional squash. Au, 30, had a successful international…

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Squash Auckland Launch ‘Squash Your Way’ Campaign

Squash Auckland – with the assistance of Squash New Zealand – have launched their new ‘Squash Your Way’ campaign as…

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WSF Mourns Former President Susie Simcock

The World Squash Federation is mourning the death of former WSF President Susie Simcock. It was in October 1996 that the…

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