Women’s World Teams Championship

Egypt Snatch Women’s World Team Title!

The younf Egyptian team (average age 23 years) might have the chance to dominate in the upcoming years. Next chance to win a big title is the World Open on the Cayman Islands
Egypt Snatch Women's World Team Title in Nimes In a dramatic final of the WSF Women's World Team Championship in Nimes which went to the wire, 2nd seeds Egypt recovered from a match down to upset favourites England to win the title ...

Top seeds England & Egypt to contest World Final!

Team Egypt straight after their semi-final victory: Coach Amir Wagih, Nour El Tayeb, Omneya Abdel Kawy, Raneem El Weleily, Nour El Sherbini and Manager Hanny Hamouda (f.l.t.r.)
Top seeds England & Egypt to contest World Final! Londoner Alison Waters marked her comeback from career-threatening injury in sensational style in the WSF Women's World Team Championship in Nimes when she beat Malaysian Low Wee Wern ...

Australia make World Semi-Finals in Nimes!

Picture shows the jubilant Aussie squad (L to R) Rachael Grinham, Sarah Cardwell, Melody Francis, Sarah Fitz-Gerald, Patrick Hermanns, Vicki Cardwell and Donna Urquhart
Australia make World Semi-Finals in Nimes! Australia pulled off a sensational upset in the quarter-finals of the WSF Women's World Team Championship in Nimes when former world No1 Rachael Grinham and world No17 Donna Urquhart led the team to ...

India break into World top 8 in Nimes!

India national coach Cyrus Poncha was happy: "It's been a brilliant year for Indian squash - which started with reaching the U21 World Cup final, then 3rd place in the world junior boys, and now top 8 in the women's."
India break into World top 8 in Nimes! In only their 3rd appearance in the event, India ensured themselves a top 8 finish in the WSF Women's World Team Championship after producing an upset by beating 8th seed Netherlands in a dramatic last 16 ...

Hosts survived by beating Netherlands in Nimes!

Camille Serme (le) made a brilliant start for the host nation by beating Dutch No1 Natalie Grinham (ri) in 5 games.
Hosts survived by beating Netherlands in Nimes! The 1st upset in the 2012 WSF Women's World Team Championship came before the biggest crowd surrounding one of the three ASB all-glass courts at La Parnasse Arena in Nimes where hosts France ...

Hosts France aim to shine in Nimes World Team Championship!

Team France: Coline Aumard, Maud Duplomb, Camille Serme, and Laura Pomportes framed by the French president Jacques Fontaine (ri) and the vize-president Dominique Fontanon (le).
Hosts France aim to shine in Nimes World Team Championship! Hosts France pic), who recorded a best-ever 6th place in the previous championship yet are seeded 9. They are bidding to reach the last 8 again in the 18th staging of the WSF ...

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 ...

Australia reclaim World Team Title in New Zealand!

After last winning the title in 2004 - and finishing in 10th place two years later - Australia re-established their authority in women's world squash by beating England in the final of the Women's World Team Championship in Palmerston North, New Zealan...
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