France beat England for European team tilte!

France is celebrating their 1st men's victory ever, while the French women became silver medal winner (pic: FF Squash)
Competing in the event for the 41st time since 1975, and making their 15th appearance in the final, France finally won the men's European Team Championship for the 1st time after beating favourites and defending champions England in a dramatic final in Herning, Denmark.

Serme and Hansen to fight for European crown!

Danish Line Hansen made her 1st European Individual Championship final by beating Swiss Gaby Huber in 4 games (pic: Christian Lortat)
French No1 seed Camille Serme had no mercy with Czech opponent Lucie Fialova as the World No.5 played an error free match to punish the No. 3 seed with a 3 games victory 11-0, 11-4, 11-0.

Serme on course for 3rd European title!

French No1 Camille Serme is ready to get the 3rd European Individual Champion's trophy - this time on home soil in Valenciennes, France (pic: Christian Lortat)
French Camille Serme is on course for her 3rd consecutive title at the European Individual Championships in Valenciennes, France, when the World No.5 beat Olga Ertlova from Czech, after 1 game deficit 8-11, 11-3, 11-6, 11-7. Serme will meet another Czech contender in the semis, as Lucie Fialova beats Xisela Aranda Nunez (ESP) 11-9, 11-9, 10-12, 11-4.

Marche downs Rosner in European quarters!

French Greg Marche (ri) took advantage of the French home crowd to beat German No1 Simon Rosner (le) for the 1st time (pic: Christian Lortat)
French up and coming star Gregoire Marche (ri) produced the biggest upset at the European Individual Championships in Valenciennes, France, when the World No.28 came back from 2 games down to beat 2nd seed World No.11 Simon Roesner (le) 7-11, 5-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-5 in 68 minutes.

European Individual Championships 2014!

Check out the teaser of the European Individual Championships, staged in Valenciennes (France) 4th to 7th of June.

England are the new Champions of the World!

England's World Champions: Daryl Selby, Nick Matthew, James Willstrop and Adrian Grant (f.l.t.r., photo: Steve Cubbins)
The final of the Men's World Team Championships went into the decider as Englands Daryl Selby scored in the 1st match and Egypts Ramy Ashour leveled in the 2nd.

France takes bronze medal!

The French team celebrates the win over Australia, after Greg Gaultier beat Gregory Cameron Pilley 11-9, 11-4, 11-4 to take the 2-0 lead and the victory.
The French team managed to get a good end by taking the bronze medal by beating Australia. After Greg Gaultier secured the victory his team was selebrating on the glass court ...

England made the final!

After England's Nick Matthew won the epic battle against French Greg Gaultier, James Willstrop was able to close it by beating Thierry Lincou
England made their way into the final as Nick Matthew and James Willstrop scored magnificent wins against Greg Gaultier and Thierry Lincou.
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