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  1. Tickets are now on sale for Squash Summit 2024, a two-day networking event covering a range of topics from grassroots participation to the LA28 Olympic Games. Guest speakers at the event, which will run 3-4 June in Birmingham to coincide with the British Open, include WSF President Zena Wooldridge, PSA CEO Alex Gough, US Squash Continue Reading...
  2. Today, the Professional Squash Association (PSA) celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding. The PSA is the governing body for the men’s and women’s professional squash circuit and is a close partner of the World Squash Federation (WSF), with the two governing bodies collaborating on coaching, officiating and development, most notably during the successful LA28 Continue Reading...
  3. Tatler Asia has designated Malaysian squash star Sivasangari Subramaniam as one of Asia’s top sportswomen in 2024. Subramaniam is one of squash’s toughest competitors, having returned from a career-threatening traffic accident that ruled her out of the Commonwealth Games to win two gold medals at last year’s Hangzhou Asian Games and climb to a PSA Continue Reading...
  4. England Squash has begun its search for the federation’s next National Coach, following long-term coach David Campion’s decision to step down. Campion, who joined England Squash in 2000 and played a pivotal role in England securing 25 medals across four Commonwealth Games, is leaving to spend more time with his family. The application process for Continue Reading...
  5. West Wood Health Club in Leopardstown, Dublin, will build a new seven-court facility after consistent over-subscription to the existing courts. The club, which has over 10,000 members, has enjoyed strong growth thanks in part to the innovative NextGen programme, which is a team squash competition involving groups of six players playing against each other on Continue Reading...
  6. “It is going to hit you hard at some point.” World No.1 Ali Farag has had a career matched by very few in squash; the Egyptian has won multiple individual and team world championships, as well as major titles from all over the world. On and off court, though, Farag says he feels the same Continue Reading...
  7. In June, leaders in squash from around the world will gather in Birmingham, UK, for Squash Summit 2024, a two-day networking event covering a range of topics from grassroots participation to LA28. Guest speakers at the event, which will run 3-4 June to coincide with the British Open, include WSF President Zena Wooldridge, PSA CEO Continue Reading...
  8. Last week, Indian squash star Joshna Chinappa was awarded the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian honour, in recognition for her contribution to the sport and to India. Chinappa, 37, is one of Indian squash’s most successful players, with the Chennai-based player a Commonwealth Games gold medalist, a WSF World Doubles Champion, a two-time Asian Individual Continue Reading...