There’s no love lost as Matthew and Willstrop racket up their rivalry

Alan Hubbard an award-winning sports columnist for The Independent on Sunday writes in support of squash as an Olympic worthy commodity.

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

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.

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WSF Backs ‘Rackets For Africa’ Initiative

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.

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Squash Star Wright Appointed Olympic Sport Makers Ambassador

Sue Wright, a Commonwealth Games squash gold medallist, has been appointed an Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympic Legacy Programme Sport Makers.

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Sheep shearing on the Olympic programme? “I don’t believe it!”

Award winning journalist, Alan Hubbard on sports vying for Olympic inclusion.

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WSF Launch New Ball Initiative to Make Squash Easier for Beginners

Bigger, bouncier balls are helping the World Squash Federation (WSF) promote the game to young people around the globe.

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World Squash Number One Nicol David Aims for 2020 Olympic Recognition

Nicol David renews her call for the sport to be included in the Olympics, vowing to fight for a place at the 2020 Games even though she is unlikely to be playing by then.

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WSF Puts Innovation at Heart of 2020 Olympic Campaign

WSF President N Ramachandran today stressed that innovation will be a core element of Squash’s campaign for inclusion into the 2020 Olympic Games.

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Friends of World Squash

The World Squash Federation launched Friends of World Squash. Show your support today!

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Back the Bid 2020

The World Squash Federation has launched Back the Bid 2020.

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World Squash President Praises Africa as “Hidden Gem” of Squash

Next year’s All Africa Junior Squash Championships will be hosted in Zimbabwe for the first time—the “hidden gem” of squash.

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