Mike Corby, the former Great Britain squash and hockey international, has been elected President of the Squash Rackets Association at the SRA’s Annual General Meeting in London today (Saturday 9 December).
Corby, 60, succeeds six-times British Open champion Jonah Barrington at the end of his maximum six-year reign.
The new SRA President, owner of the Mike Corby Group sports and health club operation, is also Vice President of both the World Squash Federation and English Hockey Association.
Two new Vice Presidents were also elected at the SRA AGM: Jenny Barker and former England and GB squash international Ian Robinson.
Issued on behalf of the Squash Rackets Association (SRA)
by Howard Harding: