Tarek Takes Colombian Crown!

After recovering from 1 game down, Egyptian Tarek Momen (ri) fought back to beat Colombian Miguel Angel Rodriguez (le) in 4 games after 58 minutes of play.
The run of home hero Miguel Angel Rodriguez (le) came to an end in the final of the Colombian Open when Egypt's Tarek Momen (ri) claimed the 3-11, 11-4, 11-3, 12-10 victory in the Colombian capital Bogota ...

French Legend Thierry Lincou retires!

“I would like to thank my faithful sparring partners, Renan Lavigne, Julien Balbo, Isa Stoehr, and of course Greg Gaultier.” (photo: Steve Cubbins, SquashSite)
French legend Thierry Lincou, the first continental European to top the men's world squash rankings, has announced his retirement from the PSA World Tour. Winner of the world title in 2004, twice a European champion ...

Willstrop and Matthew lead home charge at British Grand Prix

Nick Matthew boasts a 33-10 career head-to-head advantage over James Willstrop, and a winning streak of 20 consecutive matches over the past four years (photo: Steve Cubbins).
England’s World No.1 James Willstrop and World Champion Nick Matthew head a star studded player line-up which features seven of the world’s top 10 players including former World No.1’s Amr Shabana, Karim Darwish and Greg Gaultier ...

World Champion Nick Matthew confirms British Grand Prix entry!

2011 Englishman Nick Matthew got defeated by Egyptian Ramy Ashour, who also won the British Grand Prix in Manchester in 2010
England’s 2 time World Champion Nick Matthew (ri) has confirmed his entry to September’s British Grand Prix to be staged in Manchester from 21-24 September. 31-year-old Matthew who in May won his 3rd British Open title ...

Squash World Championship to introduce 3 Glass Show Courts!

This computer aided model of 3 ASB glass courts beside each other might help to visualize the venue look for the 2 World Team Championships 2012 and 2013 in France (photo: Steve Cubbins)
In a unique development for squash, action in the 2012 Women's World Team Championship (12-17 November) and in the 2013 Men’s World Team Championship in France will take place on 3 new state-of-the-art all-glass show courts ...

World Masters Squash Championships – Birmingham

Prize giving ceremony at the World Masters Squash Championships in Birmingham. Winners, runner-ups of 18 age groups celebrate their success at the final shot (photo: Steve Cubbins, SquashSite)
World Masters Squash Championships, Birmingham, England FINALS RESULTS: WOMEN: O35: [1] Sabine Schoene (GER) bt [2] Wendy Maitland Jones (SCO) 11-3, 11-4, 9-11, 11-3 (39m) O40: [3/4] Simone Korell (GER) bt Linda Shannon (RSA) 11-8, 11-7, 11-5 (21m) ...

Egypt Retain World Junior title in Qatar!

Egyptian National Coach Amir Wagih was delighted: "We promised we would come back to our country with the cups, and that's what we are doing. I'm so proud of my team!" (photo: Steve Cubbins, SquashSite)
In the 5th fifth successive meeting in the climax of the biennial World Junior Team Squash Championships, it was favourites Egypt (pic) who again triumphed over 2nd seeds Pakistan in the final in the Qatar capital Doha to retain the title ...

Top 4 made the World Junior Team semi-finals!

"We were certainly taken to the wire," Indian coach Cyrus Poncha (le9 told after the match later. "We knew Hong Kong were a very strong team, and we were ready for it (phost: Steve Cubbins, SquashSite)
A dramatic fight-back in the quarter-finals in Qatar sees India (pic) back in the top 4 of the of the WSF Men's World Junior Team Championship. The seedings suggested a close encounter against Asian rivals Hong Kong China ...
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