Squash Magazine Archives
Browse back issues of Squash Magazine by year:
Camille Serme’s phenomenal Delaware Investments U.S. Open title run is captured on the cover of Squash Magazine‘s December issue. In this issue, James Zug recounts the tournament and lists the ten reasons why this was the best United States Open ever, Pierre Bastien breaks down the equipment used by the U.S. Open pros and Peak Performance & Mental Coach Amy Gross joins the team of contributors.
The October issue of Squash Magazine features the highly-anticipated Top Fifty list.The third-annual Top Fifty comes to you with a twist this year as the editors selected one person from each state. Additionally you can read about Jamaica’s Chris Binnie, super foods, cheap squash shoes and much more.
The August issue of Squash Magazine delves into the third annual Regional Team Championships in the cover story. Pakistani squash professional Maria Toorpakai, who recently became a media sensation, is profiled by James Zug. Read about injury prevention tips for your toes, the athletic benefits of caffeine, how squash is thriving in Tennessee and much more.
The May 2016 edition of Squash Magazine will arrive on your doorstep soon, but squash fans can already access the content online today! This issue’s cover story “Two For the Ages” features history-makers Jay Nelson and Marina Stefanoni. Who has won the most JCT titles? How has Dominic Hughes progressed through the age groups?
The February 2016 edition of Squash Magazine features a cover profile of Ben Gould by Chris McClintick, as well as a report on Amanda Sobhy’s thrilling ToC run and on the World Championship in Seattle by James Zug. Why does Aisling Blake love Dublin? How do you prevent Achilles injuries?