2015 August

From US Squash

By Kevin Klipstein, President & Chief Executive Officer In talking with people in the squash community, I often find it helpful to remind them where US Squash was just a decade ago. We were a much smaller organization, with one-fifth the budget, and only four very dedicated employees. The U.S. Open was licensed to a […]

Editor’s Note

By Jay D. Prince Since squash joined the Pan Am Games as a medal sport in 1995, the American teams have performed well, including individual gold medals by women in 2007 (Natalie Grainger) and 2003 (Latasha Khan), and team gold by the women in 2003. The U.S. team took home four medals in 2011 to […]

The Top

The Top Finishes for Team USA in World Team Championships 

By The Numbers

90 Seconds With…Campbell Grayson

SM: What do you miss most about New Zealand? CG: I’ve been based in Manhattan for a little over a year. I miss my family and friends. It’s a beautiful country so I miss the scenery; the mountains and beaches, and the sort of laid back and relaxed lifestyle. But I’m enjoying New York right […]

A Look Back

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine, August 2000 In 1999 James Zug spent a week at Harrow School, the prep school outside London. He was the first squash journalist to go to Harrow and research the origins of the game at its nineteenth-century birthplace. His groundbreaking story, creatively photographed by Steve Line, unearthed the first courts, […]

Squash Boast: Urban Nationals Individuals

Travel to My Hometown

Travel to My Hometown: Guernsey By Chris Simpson The best place to play squash in Guernsey is at the leisure center, Beau Sejour. There’s a great squash community on the island with keen players at all levels. If you are visiting the island and fancy a game be sure to contact Guernsey Squash, and they can […]

SPA-tlight: Catalina Pelaez

  How did you pick up squash growing up in Colombia? No one in my family had ever played and none of my friends practiced it, but one day at our club, Club Los Arrayanes, with my brother and two other friends, we decided to try out squash. My brother and I liked the game […]