2014 October

From US Squash

By Kevin D. Klipstein, President & Chief Executive Officer It’s been quite a year already in sports so far starting with the Sochi Winter Olympics serving up rigged Russian figure skating results, World Cup soccer offering a Suarez biting, accusations of cheating all around, and the recent fumbles by the NFL have tarnished their $10 […]

Editor’s Note

By Jay D. Prince, Editor in Chief Major professional events don’t become “majors” just because they feature big prize money. They become “majors” because of tradition; because they draw the best players in the world; because each year brings memorable moments. The U.S. Open is now celebrating its sixtieth anniversary, and inside this issue you […]

The Top: U.S. Open Host Cities

By the Numbers October 2014

90 Seconds with Jenny Duncalf

Jenny Duncalf, 31 years old, born in Haarlem, Netherlands, but living in Harrogate, England, rose to No. 2 in the world rankings in December 2009 and held that spot for 28 of the next 31 months. Squash Magazine: Describe the first time you played squash. Jenny Duncalf: Exciting and enjoyable. It was when I was […]

Tweets of the Month October 2014

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SPA-tlight: Sunny Hunt

Sunny Hunt, Director of Sunny Squash Miami (FL), Coach of University of Miami Squash Team Sunny Hunt is a former top PSA player and has won numerous titles including the Australian Championship. He runs a junior and adult program in Miami, FL, is a US Squash regional coach and regional referee. Hunt coaches all levels of […]

Travel to My Hometown

By Camille Serme I train at a club that is twenty minutes from Paris: the Centre Sportif Marie-Thérèse Eyquem. I just love Paris because there’s always something to do. I think the coolest thing is the Eiffel Tower—it’s so beautiful and big and you can see it from many different places around the city. My […]

In Memoriam John Illig

In Memoriam John Illig 1964-2014 John Illig, squash coach at Middlebury College for the last seven years and for sixteen at Bates and Colby before that, died tragically from a fall outside his home on August 3. He was fifty years young. As a college coach, Illig amassed 545 wins, served as president of both […]