While the globe’s leading elite athletes are beginning to arrive in the English capital London for the 2012 Olympic Games, more than 750 of the world’s top senior-age-group squash players from 46 countries are converging on Birmingham for the 2012 … Continue reading
The World Squash Federation (WSF) has confirmed that the 2013 WSF World Junior Squash Championships have been awarded to the Polish city of Wroclaw. The decision follows an inspection of the proposed venue and hotel options by WSF Chief Executive … Continue reading
CHELSEA PIERS CONNECTICUT – the probably biggest leisure center in North America opened – with 11 CourtTech Courts.
(Stamford, CT (USA) –28. June 2012) Chelsea Piers Connecticut (CPCT) is a 400,000-sq-ft (37.000 m²) state-of-the-art sports and recreation facility located in Stamford, CT (USA). Chelsea Piers Connecticut, the sister facility of the famous Chelsea Piers New York, consist of … Continue reading
The World Squash Federation (WSF) has confirmed today that for future World Doubles Championships, Commonwealth Games and other major events, the height of the tin used for men’s, women’s and mixed events will be lowered from 43cm (17″) to 33cm … Continue reading
A new four million (Australian) dollar squash centre close to completion in Darwin is yet another example of squash’s resilience and growth in Australia. The new 12-court facility with six CourtTech Club Courts and 6 CourtTech Flexi Courts has been developed through … Continue reading
The Edgbaston Priory Club, Birmingham, United Kingdom CourtTech UK just completed the installation of 4 new club courts in a record 16 days in time for the Edgbaston Priory Junior Squash Open Easter weekend, and the World Masters this summer. … Continue reading
World Squash Federation, 7 March 2012 – As part of Squash’s campaign to become part of the 2020 Olympic Games, the World Squash Federation (WSF) today unveiled www.squash2020.com—a social media portal enabling the sport’s global fan base to learn more … Continue reading