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Date: 2009-06-18 16:53:33
Squash for 2016 - May

Australian Rugby Turn to Squash to Add Extra Bounce to their Game

Top squash player David Palmer (AUS), ranked 5 in the world, has been called in by Wallabies coach, Robbie Deans, to see how his rigorous squash training methods can be utilised by the Australian rugby team.

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European Squash Juniors Back the Bid

The winners of the European Junior U19 Team Squash Championships in Germering, Germany, have all put their names to the Squash 2016 bid, citing winning at the Olympic Games as the greatest sporting achievement imaginable.

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Squash Stars the World Over

Jacques Rogge, IOC President, has recently cited “universality” as a quality that he’ll be seeking in sports bidding to become part of the 2016 Olympic Programme. Squash has always claimed universality as a strength, and this month the sport enjoys another boost with 17 different countries, the highest number ever, represented in the PSA’s top 40 men’s ranked male players. This means that the sport has top players from across the globe and representing all continents except Antarctica! WISPA the women’s squash equivalent is only just behind the men with 16 different countries featured in the top 40.

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