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          • Community Spotlight: ZEST

            The Zimbabwe Education Squash Trust (ZEST) was established in Harare, Zimbabwe, with the aim of developing the talents of underprivileged children from vulnerable areas through squash and academic support. The programme mentors young boys and girls from under-privileged backgrounds in Zimbabwe to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor by introducing them to Continue Reading...

            • 15 juillet 2020
            • 10:44
          • WSF Joins as Global Esports Federation Member​

            The World Squash Federation (WSF) is delighted to announce that it has joined as a member of the Global Esports Federation (GEF) in a move that will see the two organisations collaborate to bring squash into the esports world. WSF and GEF will work together with Refract – GEF’s Global Partner for Interactive Technology – to Continue Reading...

            • 10 juillet 2020
            • 11:04
          • 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 being played in over 40 countries (according to the WSF’s 2020 annual survey). The most active nation is England where UK-Racketball (with England Squash’s blessing) runs over-subscribed regional singles & doubles competitions every month. The Continue Reading...

            • 8 juillet 2020
            • 13:56
          • 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 David Campion has provided a unique insight into the work that has gone on behind the scenes at England Squash to insure the nation’s top players have been fully supported. Courts opened in Egypt last Continue Reading...

            • 6 juillet 2020
            • 13:28
          • 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 core values passed onto him by Aussie squash icon Geoff Hunt in his new role as National Coach for Squash Australia, to help return his nation to its previous status as a true squash heavyweight. Continue Reading...

            • 2 juillet 2020
            • 17:49
          • 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 World Squash Day (WSD) takes place on Saturday October 10. World Squash Day, endorsed by the World Squash Federation (WSF) and Professional Squash Association (PSA), will once again focus on all the key benefits including Continue Reading...

            • 2 juillet 2020
            • 12:12
          • Gohar Claims Women’s World No.1 Spot Following El Welily Retirement

            Egypt’s Nouran Gohar has today (July 1) become the new women’s World No.1 for the first time following the retirement of previous incumbent Raneem El Welily. El Welily had topped the rankings for 19 months, while Gohar had sat at World No.2 for the previous five months following wins at the U.S. Open and Carol Continue Reading...

            • 1 juillet 2020
            • 13:22
          • 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 from professional squash. El Welily is regarded as one of the most talented players ever to pick up a squash racket, while she was a trailblazer for Egyptian women, becoming the first female Arab in Continue Reading...

            • 26 juin 2020
            • 13:55