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England Seeded To Win 7th Women’s Title

London – England, Oct 30, 2012: England, runners-up in the previous two championships, have been named as top seeds in the 2012 WSF Women’s World Team Championship next month in Nimes, France. A record 26 nations will take part in the biennial World Squash Federation event hosted by Fédération Française de Squash

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World Squash Day smashes records with biggest Sports Match on the Planet

London – GBR, Oct 22, 2012: Planet, The sport of Squash is claiming a world record for the biggest sports match in history. More than 40,000 players registered to take part in the World Squash Day Challenge, which demonstrated global support for the sport’s 2020 Olympic bid. More than 800 clubs from over

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World Squash Day Makes A Racket To Back 2020

London – GBR, Oct 18, 2012: Squash’s bid for a place in the 2020 Olympics receives a massive boost on Saturday (20 October) when some 40,000 players are expected to take part in a massive worldwide competition on World Squash Day. The biggest fixture in the history of the sport has a

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World Champions Say No To Doping

London – GBR, Oct 08, 2012: Nick Matthew and Nicol David, the two world champions in squash, are both backing the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) campaign Say No To Doping. Matthew and David, the Malaysian who won a record sixth women’s world title last year, are spearheading the World Squash Federation support

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Ramachandran Re-Elected WSF President

Stockholm – Sweden, Sept 30, 2012: World Squash Federation President Nagasamy Ramachandran has been re-elected by acclaim for a further four-year term at the 42nd WSF AGM today in Stockholm, Sweden. Ramachandran, from Chennai in India, declared himself honoured to have been given the opportunity of have a further period of presidency. “I

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WSF World Squash Day 2020 Olympic Bid

London – GBR, Sept 28, 2012: 2020 Olympic, The players and their clubs have signed up to take part in the biggest squash match in history on 20 October to support the World Squash Federation’s Olympic ambitions. WSF Chief Executive Andrew Shelley said: “This is a phenomenal milestone to reach, with almost

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Argentina, Korea & Namibia make debuts

London – GBR, Sept 25, 2012: Argentina, Korea and Namibia will compete for the first time in the 2012 WSF Women’s World Team Championships in November in Nimes, France, where a record 26 nations will take part in the biennial World Squash Federation event. In a further unique development for world squash,

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Squash Flashmob Hits Malaysia

London – GBR, Sept 11, 2012: The world’s top squash players turned out in force at the Curve Shopping Mall in Selangor, Malaysia, to stage a flashmob to draw attention to the sport’s bid to be added to the Olympic Games programme in 2020. Inspired by world number one Nicol David, and

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World Squash Day Olympic Bid Entries Hit 10,000

London – GBR, August 28, 2012: More than 10,000 players have now signed up to take part in the biggest squash match in history on World Squash Day 2012 in support of the sport’s Olympic bid. Enthusiasts from all over the globe are joining together on Saturday 20 October to demonstrate grass-roots

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Willstrop & Matthew Lead Latest Squash Rankings

London, August 01, 2012: While the world is currently focused on elite sporting activity in London, Englishmen James Willstrop and Nick Matthew are again confirmed as the two top squash players on the international stage – drawing further attention to missed medal opportunities for the hosts of the 2012 Olympic Games. But