Birmingham shoppers treated to free squash and racketball sessions as part of Big Hit tour

The Big Hit campaign offering shoppers in all over the United Kingdom free squash and racketball coaching sessions as part of England Squash and Racketball’s effort to promote the awareness of both sports.

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WSF Ambassadors Leave Long-Lasting Memories In Venezuela

The 2013 WSF Ambassador Programme visit to Venezuela had tremendous impact: “Our people will never forget it,” said the President of Federacion Venezolana de Squash. “It was definitely an inspiring visit which people will be talking about for a long time.”

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WSF Ambassador Visit To Inspire Panama World Championship Debut

Led by Malaysia’s record seven-time world squash champion Nicol David and Egypt’s former world junior champion, Mohamed El Shorbagy, the first leg of the latest annual WSF Ambassador Programme visit to the capital Panama City attracted widespread interest in the sport – and significant media attention.

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World Junior Championships Highlight Global Reach Of Squash

The growing reach of Squash around the world has never been more emphatically demonstrated than by the seeding for next month’s WSF World Junior Squash Championships in Poland with more than 150 players from a record 37 nations.

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Dubai Squash Show Night Features All-Glass Showcourt

Courtwall International, one of the world’s leading racket court construction companies, aims to attract new participants to grow the sport locally in Dubai as well as raise the profile of squash as it campaigns for a place in the 2020 Olympic Games.

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Nicol David Heads World Games Field In Colombia

The World Games are an international multi-sport event – designed for sports or disciplines or events within a sport that are not contested in the Olympic Games. The squash championships will take place at the Canas Gordas Comfenalco Club – featuring an all-glass showcourt – from 2-4 August with Malaysia’s world number one Nicol David seeded to win her third successive World Games squash title in the ninth edition of the event which takes place in Cali, Colombia.

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World Championship Heralds New Era For Squash

The spectacular – and unique – vision of three all-glass squash courts greeted capacity crowds as they poured into the Palais Des Sports in the city of Mulhouse for the 24th staging of the WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championship, held in France for the first time in its 46-year history.

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Olympics would change face of squash, says Daryl Selby

World number 14 Daryl Selby is hoping England’s success at the World Team Championship can be followed up with the sport being accepted onto the 2020 Olympic programme.

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England Upset Title-Holders Egypt To Win World Team Title In France

Second seeds England upset defending champions Egypt in a dramatic final of the WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championship in France which went the full distance, to reclaim the sport’s most prestigious trophy for the fifth time since 1995.

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Palmer ‘Excited’ To Be Back In World Teams Action In France

Australian David Palmer is ‘excited’ to be representing his country again at the WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championship in France, almost two years after retiring from the game.

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Leading Soccer Referee Howard Webb MBE backs Squash 2020 Olympic Bid

Leading soccer referee Howard Webb MBE adds his voice to the campaign to get Squash into the 2020 Olympic Games.

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Gaultier Going For Historic Home Dream

The 24th WSF Men’s World Team Championship will be held from 9-15 June in Mulhouse, at both the Espace Squash 3000 Centre and the Palais Des Sports – where action will take place on three all-glass showcourts. France’s top-ranked squash player Gregory Gaultier is hoping to fulfill a life-long dream when he leads his country in next week’s WSF Men’s World Team Championship on home soil in Mulhouse.

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