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University sports - 05 Sep 2016 - Events
The 9th edition of the FISU World University Squash Championship starts today, 5 September and will last until 11 September.
Squash - 06 Jul 2005
Asian squash superstar Nicol David joins World Squash Federation President Jahangir Khan in Singapore this week for the sport's final period of lobbying for inclusion in the 2012 Olympic Games.
Squash - 22 Dec 2004
Organisers have announced that next year's World Squash Day will be on 19th March 2005.
Squash - 27 Oct 2004
Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the Pace Credit Union Canadian Classic welcomes the world's best squash players once again to Toronto's fabulous BCE Place from 15-19 November 2004.
Squash - 22 Oct 2004
Substantially increased prize funds have led to 32-player draws in both the men's and women's events in the forthcoming Harris British Open Squash Championships - Nottingham.
Squash - 01 Oct 2004
Bermuda is gearing up to become a true squash Mecca for the next three years after sealing the biggest deal in the sport's history with the Professional Squash Association (PSA).
Squash - 24 Sep 2004
The 2004 Women's World Open Squash Championship will take place in Malaysia in December thanks to the last-minute intervention of World Squash Federation Vice President Sani Karim.
Squash - 22 Sep 2004
Squash received a major boost today (Tuesday) with the confirmation that the sport has been approved by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as one of five Recognised Federations that should be 'studied further' with a view to inclusion in the Olympic Games programme for 2012.
Squash - 25 Aug 2004
Another major new event on the women's international squash circuit has been announced in the USA with the revelation that the Fountain Hills WISPA Desert Oasis Championship will be added to the Women's International Squash Players' Association World Tour next year, to be played in Arizona between 10-15 March.
Squash - 25 Aug 2004
The new scoring system which was trialed by the Professional Squash Association earlier in the year will be introduced as a permanent fixture on the PSA Tour at the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Open at the end of this month.
Squash - 06 Aug 2004
The Women's World Open Squash Championship is in danger of not being staged this year, for the first time since its launch in 1979, unless a 'saviour' can be found.
Squash - 29 Jul 2004
Next week's Brighton & Hove Beach Squash Classic has suffered a last-minute postponement.
Squash - 12 Jul 2004
The Kingdom of Bahrain becomes another top international squash host with the announcement that the Bahrain WISPA Classic will be staged there from 11-16 September this year.
Squash - 16 Jun 2004
Squash247 is delighted to announce the launch of a major new tournament on the squash calendar, the Brighton and Hove Beach Classic.
Squash - 04 Jun 2004
Shanghai will host the first international squash event ever to be held in mainland China when the world's top women compete in a WISPA Gold event in one of the world's biggest cities in November.
Squash - 12 May 2004
Women's squash has received a major boost with the announcement of a five-year sponsorship agreement for one of one of the leading events on the Women's International Squash Players' Association World Tour in the USA.
Squash - 27 Apr 2004
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) and the Bermuda Squash Rackets Association (BSRA) are celebrating a record $350,000 agreement which will bring two flagship PSA Tour events to the tiny semi-tropical island paradise.
Squash - 22 Apr 2004
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) and McWIL Courtwall have signed a three-year commercial partnership agreement in which the leading international squash court construction company becomes the 'Official Tournament Court Partner' of the PSA.
Squash - 14 Apr 2004
The three international organisations of Squash, the World Squash Federation (WSF), the Professional Squash Association (PSA) and the Women's International Squash Players’ Association (WISPA) have today (14th April 2004) signed an agreement to implement a joint World Squash Anti-Doping Code.
Squash - 10 Mar 2004
After a highly successful inaugural year in 2003, the 2004 British Open Squash Championships will return to Nottingham, from 29th October to 6th November, featuring the biggest combined men's and women's event in Europe.
Squash - 20 Jan 2004
Details of a new 8-man invitation event to be held in London in March, the Canary Wharf Classic, were revealed yesterday by Peter Nicol.
Squash - 11 Dec 2003
Bermuda will provide an idyllic setting for world class squash next year when the Bermuda Squash Racquets Association hosts The Bermuda Open 2004 from 15-20 March. The event, presented by Logic and HP, will attract a star-studded line-up of the world's top professional players and has been fully sanctioned by the Professional Squash Association (PSA) as a five-star tournament.
Squash - 11 Sep 2003
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has welcomed the creation of a new men's tournament series in the USA announced by Event Engine, Inc., the leading promoter of professional squash in North America. The series is seeking to capitalise on the expansion of professional squash events in the USA and on projections for future growth of the indoor racquet and ball sport.
Squash - 26 Aug 2003
The 20th Women's World Open Squash Championship will take place in Hong Kong from 7 to 13 December. Hosted by Hong Kong Squash and sanctioned by the World Squash Federation (WSF) and the Women's International Squash Players' Association (WISPA), the premier event on the women's international calendar will be staged at the Hong Kong Squash Centre, with the final rounds at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Kowloon.
Squash - 16 Jul 2003
The most prestigious event in world squash will be held in Nottingham, England, for the first time in its 81-year history when the 2003 British Open Championships are staged on an all-glass showcourt at the city's Albert Hall from October 1-5, following qualifying rounds at Nottingham Squash Club from September 29.
Squash - 30 Apr 2003
On the day that it was confirmed that the Canadian Open is to make a long-awaited return to the Professional Squash Association World Tour, the PSA learned that its longest-standing event the Hong Kong Open will not take place in 2003.
Squash - 25 Apr 2003
The Spanish Open, one of the biggest events on the men's international squash circuit a decade ago, boasting both Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan as former champions, makes its welcome return to the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Tour in June 2003.
Squash - 04 Apr 2003
Two of the biggest events on the international squash circuit have been postponed as a result of the conflict in Iraq.
Squash - 21 Feb 2003
Despite reports that certain events at this summer's Pan American Games in the Dominican Republic may be cancelled due to construction delays, the staging of the Squash events will continue as planned, say the World Squash Federation.
Squash - 01 Nov 2002
The European Squash Federation (ESF), in partnership with Horizon Software Systems, today (1st November) launches its new updated website at www.europeansquash.com.
Squash - 02 Sep 2002
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided that Squash will not be included on the programme of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing 2008.
Squash - 01 Jul 2002
The Management Committee of the World Squash Federation (WSF) has today (Monday) regretfully confirmed that the World Junior Men's Squash Championships, planned for 13-24 August 2002 in Chennai, India, have been postponed.
Squash - 10 Jun 2002
In a letter to member nations issued today (Monday 10 June) in connection with the planned staging of the Men's World Junior Squash Championships in Chennai from 13-24 August, the World Squash Federation (WSF) reports that it 'continues to monitor the situation in India closely, following the recent deterioration of relationships between India and Pakistan that has led many nations to issue advice to their nationals not to travel to India and, for those already there, to return.'
Squash - 01 May 2002
In a bold initiative to support its growing North American circuit, the Women's International Squash Players' Association (WISPA) is buying its own portable all-glass squash court.
Squash - 07 Feb 2002
At its recent meeting in New York, the Board of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) discussed and reviewed its relationship with Fablon Investments Ltd and the Eye Group.
Squash - 19 Nov 2001
Squash will be featured in the 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. The decision was made at the recent AGM of the Pan American Sports Organisation (PASO) in El Salvador.
Squash - 02 Nov 2001
Procam International announced today (Friday) in Mumbai that the PSA 2001 World Open Squash Championship will no longer take place in India in December as planned.
Squash - 08 Oct 2001
The Victorian Squash Federation, organisers of the Melbourne 2001 International Squash Festival, have today (5 October) withdrawn the Men's Individual World Championship from the Festival programme following financial uncertainty due to the present economic situation.
Squash - 14 Sep 2001
With just minutes to go before the tournament was due to get underway, organisers of the US Open Squash Championships, at the Symphony Hall in Boston, took the decision to postpone the event (from Sept 13-16) until later in the year.
Squash - 29 May 2001
For the first time ever Sky Sports will broadcast exclusive live coverage of the closing stages of this year's Halifax Equitable Super Series Squash Finals, which take place in the City of London from 18-22 June.
Squash - 17 May 2001
Eye Group, Fablon and the Professional Squash Association (PSA) have entered into an eight-year agreement which will provide an injection of more than £21 million into the men's professional game.
Squash - 26 Mar 2001
The British Open Squash Championships will make the National Indoor Arena (NIA) in Birmingham its base for at least the next seven years, following an agreement confirmed jointly by Birmingham City Council, the Squash Rackets Association (SRA) and the intellectual property rights acquisition company Fablon Investments Limited.
Squash - 01 Nov 2000
$10m Fablon Deal Creates new Squash World Grand Prix Circuit
Squash - 13 Sep 2000
Fablon Signs £3m deal with Women's Squash
Squash - 16 Jun 2000
British Open Squash returns to NIA Birmingham
Squash - 11 May 2000
Fitz-Gerald & Grainger lead WISPA promotional Tour to South America & Jamaica<br> <br>
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