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Golan gunning for end of year title

Golan looking to put Hong Kong disappointment behind him in Kuwait By MICHAEL CATLING - Squash Mad Reporter THE first-round of the Alwatan & Asnan International...

Mahesh Mangaonkar upsets the odds to win IMET Open

Reigning champion Lobban falls at final hurdle as Mangaonkar ends season on a high  By MICHAEL CATLING - Squash Mad Reporter LESS than 24 hours after...

Rachael Grinham hoping for one final piece of glory

Aussie Grinham sets sights on top-ten and another shot at gold in the Commonwealth Games next year TWELVE months ago, Rachael Grinham was left contemplating...

Bach offers squash Tokyo 2020 lifeline

Olympic Agenda plans could give squash renewed hope for 2020 Games NEWLY elected International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach is planning to implement his...

Walker stunned by qualifier and tumbles from London Open

Walker's 2013 campaign ends abruptly after Dessouki takes huge scalp By MICHAEL CATLING - Squash Mad Reporter WORLD number 17  Alister Walker crashed out of the first-round...

Miguel Angel Rodriguez bags Bogota’s ‘Athlete of the Year’ prize

Rodriguez celebrates career-high ranking with end of season award  By MICHAEL CATLING - Squash Mad Reporter COLOMBIAN number one Miguel Angel Rodriguez was the beneficiary of...

Juniors remember Mark Sachvie at Canadian Open

Youngsters pay fitting tribute to Sachvie as Junior Open honours his memory AN incredible 270 juniors from 15 countries competed in the Dunlop Canadian Junior...

Swede sensation: Ramy commits to Swedish Open

Ashour set for maiden Swedish Open in New Year as Gaultier looks to defend title By MICHAEL CATLING - Squash Mad Reporter BRITISH Open champion and...

It’s official: Squash is good for your ‘elf

With Christmas approaching, usually university students would be knuckling down with exams and assignments taking precedent over sports. Normally we would not condone anything...

Stars and Gripes on Squash E-Zine

  Plenty of Stars and Gripes The latest edition of the USA-based Squash E-Zine is out now.  Find out all the news and results from the US...

EXCLUSIVE: Pay a tension – Greg’s amazing racket secret

String expert Joe Magor reveals an astonishing secret about French ace Gregory Gaultier and his rackets By Joe Magor - Guest Reporter WORLD number two...

Hinds reclaims Canterbury crown

Four-time winner Joel Hinds toppled top seed Rex Hedrick to add a fifth CSRC Open crown in six years to his trophy cabinet with a...

Why Willstrop hates antagonistic squash

A win is a win...but I get no satisfaction from playing antagonistic squash By JAMES WILLSTROP - Courtesy of Yorkshire Evening Post THE last stop on the...

COMMENT: How America killed the Olympic dream

How American excess killed the Olympic dream By BOB KINGSLEY SQUASH is feeling sorry for itself after the IOC again rejected the sport’s application for a...

Karwalski to undergo surgery ahead of Commonwealth Games

Australian number three Matthew Karwalski will have surgery on a hip injury later this week, as he bids to prove his fitness ahead of...

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