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WSF: Squash Surges in Australia

London. April 11, 2012: A new four million (Australian) dollar squash centre close to completion in Darwin is yet another example of squash’s resilience and growth in Australia. The new 12-court facility has been developed through a partnership between the squash authority and the Northern Territory government (Squash Surges). “The Territory government

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WSF Launches Olympic Bid Brochure

London, April 10, 2012: In the latest step in its campaign to have Squash included in the programme for the 2020 Olympic Games, the World Squash Federation has launched a Bid Brochure. The 48-page full colour publication underscores Squash as an innovative and growing sport with a global reach across all five

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World Squash Day to Back 2020 Olympic Bid

London-April 03, 2012: World Squash Day takes place this year on Saturday October 20th in a global show of support for the sport’s efforts to win a place in the 2020 Olympic Games. Events will be taking place all over the globe with one firm message: Back The Bid. In announcing the

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Top Players Lead WSF Ambassador Programme to Malawi & Nambia

Malaysia’s record six-time world squash champion Nicol David will lead this year’s WSF Ambassador Programme visit to Malawi and Namibia, from 7-13 June, accompanied by Egypt’s former world junior champion Mohamed El Shorbagy. The Ambassador Programme international promotional initiative was launched by the World Squash Federation last year – taking two of the

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Squash Launches Social Media Portal to Drive Online Support for 2020 Olympic Ambition

March 07, 2012: As part of Squash’s campaign to become part of the 2020 Olympic Games, the World Squash Federation (WSF) today unveiled www.squash2020.com – a social media portal enabling the sport’s global fan base to learn more about the bid and show their support for the campaign. Squash2020.com will feature a

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WSF Backs ‘Rackets for Africa’ Initiative

London, (World Squash Federation) March 03, 2012: Rackets Africa, The World Squash Federation (WSF) has stepped in to back a Canadian initiative to boost squash development in Africa. Riley Waterous, a squash-playing student from Calgary decided to start collecting used squash rackets to send to communities that could make use of them.