PSA Mourn Loss Of American Callahan
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have today paid
tribute to former Princeton Men's squash coach, and one of the most
influential figures in American squash, Bob Callahan, who tragically passed
away on January 27, 2015 aged 59.
Miguel Motors Past Gaultier In Manhattan
Colombia's Miguel Angel Rodriguez pulled off the
biggest victory of his career, reinforcing his credentials as a genuine
top-ten player, with a dramatic and thrilling 3-2 victory over 2014
runner-up Gregory Gaultier in the quarter-finals of the 2015 J.P. Morgan
Tournament of Champions in New York today (Jan 21).
PSA Launches New Mobile-friendly Global Squash Website
The Professional Squash Association (PSA),
the global governing body responsible for the administration
of both men's and women's professional squash, have unveiled
a brand new state of the art website (www.psaworldtour.com)
which will serve as the home of professional squash on the
internet and the new home of their online television
campamento internacional en AsuncionLa Asociaci? Paraguaya de Squash, a trav? de una
invitaci? que realizara a la gente de Bolivia, organiz?con gran ?ito el
1er. Campamento Internacional de Squash,
en el Centro Nacional de Squash, del 1? al 12 de diciembre.
Reclaim Women's World Team Championship Title
In a dramatic climax to the 2014 SHOP.CA
WSF Women's World Team Squash Championship today in
Canada, second seeds England defeated first-time
finalists Malaysia 2/1 to win the biennial World
Squash Federation championship for the seventh time.
Ashour Is 2014 Squash World Champion
Egyptian Ramy Ashour, the 27-year-old
appearing in his first competitive tournament since May's
Allam British Open, defied all critics to claim his third
World Championship crown, beating compatriot Mohamed
Elshorbagy in a thrilling final win Doha.
On A Roll In Queensland
Argentina's Robertino Pezzota
powered his way to a second successive PSA World Tour title
in Queensland, Australia, when he beat James Huang of
Chinese Taipei in the final of the Queensland Open in
WSA & PSA To Join Forces In Historic Merger
The Professional Squash
Association (PSA) and Women's Squash Association (WSA)
are set to join forces in an historic merger that will see
the professional ranks in the sport of squash administered
by one unified governing body for the first time ever.
Downs Walker On Day One In Montreal 17-year-old
World Junior Champion Diego Elias pulled off one ot the biggest wins of
his career to date to see off World No.25 and number eight seed Alister
Walker in the first round of the PSA International 35, Open de squash
Financi?e Banque Nationale tournament in
Elects New Board At Philadelphia AGM
The 44th World Squash
Federation AGM and Conference, held this year alongside
the US Open in Philadelphia, concluded with the AGM.
The meeting followed the two-day conference which featured
presentations from key people from outside squash to provide
interesting insights from the wide world of sport and
David Wins Historic US Open Hat-Trick
Malaysian superstar Nicol David claimed the latest historic
achievement in her illustrious squash career when she beat Egypt's Nour
El Sherbini in the final of the Women's Delaware Investments US Open
in Philadelphia to become the first player in the 60-year history of
the championship to win the title three times in a row.
Is US Open Champion and became #1 in the world ranking23-year-old Egyptian
Mohamed Elshorbagy, the powerhouse from Alexandria who will top the PSA
World Rankings for the first time on November 1st, capped of the most
successful week of his career by claiming the 2014 Delaware Investments US
Open at Philadelphia's Drexel University.
entry list for the 2014 Qatar PSA World Squash Championship
has been finalized, with current French World No.1 Gregory
Gaultier topping the field for what promises to be one of
the most fiercely contested World Championship tournaments
in recent years when the sport?s elite descend on Doha,
Qatar to compete for the most prestigious title in squash.