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  1. The South American Junior Squash Championships are being hailed as a major victory for squash as the sport emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. While the pandemic continues to cause disruption, the tournament, held in early September in Cartagena, Colombia and organised by the Colombian Squash Federation and South American Squash Federation, was successfully completed with Continue Reading...
  2. The organising committee for the 2024 Pan-American Masters Games has confirmed that squash will be included in the schedule when the Games takes place in Cleveland, Ohio that summer. The Games, which are projected to feature over 7,500 athletes from 50 different countries, are a multi-sport event for athletes aged 30 and above and are Continue Reading...
  3. Action from the 2019 JuniorsThe World Squash Federation (WSF) and the Egyptian Squash Federation regret to announce that the 2021 WSF World Junior Squash Championships, rescheduled for November in Egypt, has been officially cancelled due to the on-going impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The WSF had been working closely with the Egyptian Federation to find alternative dates during the Continue Reading...
  4. Women’s Squash Week, which this year will be held between 19-26 September, is an international campaign to celebrate, raise the profile of, and increase participation levels in women’s squash. Since the campaign’s origins as ‘Women’s Squash Night’ in New York in 2008, Women’s Squash Week has successfully hosted events around the world to promote the Continue Reading...
  5. New US coach Ong Beng HeeUS Squash has appointed Ong Beng Hee—a two-time Asian Games gold medalist and former world No. 7 —as the Ganek Family US Squash Head National Coach. Ong, who is originally from Malaysia, has most recently served as the Head National Coach of Qatar. He succeeds Paul Assaiante, who will now serve in an Emeritus role Continue Reading...
  6. David Mui (centre-left) makes the symbol for love and unity.There have been two changes in the leadership of the Asian Squash Federation, following Saturday’s AGM. Two new Vice Presidents, Heo Tae-Sook from Korea and Cyrus Poncha from India, have been elected. They will replace the outgoing Kim Won-Kwan and Debendranath Sarangi, both of whom are retiring after serving as ASF Vice Presidents for 12 Continue Reading...
  7. The World Squash Federation (WSF) would like to extend its condolences to the family of Philip van der Ven after he sadly passed away on Sunday August 22 at the age of 75. Philip – who lived in Zoeterwoude, Netherlands with his family – served with distinction as WSF Vice-President between 1992-1996 and was the Continue Reading...
  8. A group of female squash playersEngland Squash has given their female-only programme, Squash Girls Can, a new look ahead of Women’s Squash Week (19-26th September) to inspire more women to get on court. As part of a drive to increase gender diversity in the sport and engage more women from ethnically-diverse communities, England Squash has produced a new toolkit of Continue Reading...