Squash is Friendship: Tales From Howe Cup 2017

by Haley Bloch and Jennifer Gabler Squash Is Friendship captures the essence of the 2017 Howe Cup, which was played at Squash on Fire in Washington, DC last November. The tournament, founded in 1928, was a combination of fierce competition and high-energy social connections. The tournament marked the first national championship hosted by Washington’s newest […]

U.S. Women Achieve Best Finish at Historic World Team Championship

By Chris McClintick Before a ball was hit at the 2014 SHOP.CA World Squash Federation Women’s World Team Squash Championship, former International Olympic Committee Vice President Dick Pound presented the world’s top women with a message of hope. “As I look around the room at the many delegates who will participate in these championships, I […]

106: James Zug Profiles Nicol David as She Breaks the All-Time Record For Number of Months at World No. 1

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Howe Cup 2014 For the Love of the Game

By Beth Rasin There were the warm embraces of friends who hadn’t seen each other for a year or more; there were the team outfits that glittered and sparkled; there was a visit from Mr. Jefferson, the founder of the University of Virginia, home of the MacArthur Squash Center; there was a Saturday night dance party which featured […]

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 […]

Was This The Biggest Shock of All?

By Richard Eaton Photos Courtesy: Lynn Khoo Is it the beginning of the end for the highest profile player of all time? The question had been regarded by many as unthinkable but it certainly entered a few people’s minds after the relentlessly feted Nicol David suffered one of the biggest shocks of all time. World champion a record seven times, apparently the […]

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