A Look Back February 2015

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine January 2000 Simon Parke won the 1999 S.G. Cowan U.S. Open in stunning style. On back-to-back nights, the Englishman beat Peter Nicol and Jonathon Power in five-game matches. Parke,...

A Look Back: April 2018

by James Zug Twenty Years Ago in Squash Magazine Ivy Pochoda, in a feature written and photographed by Beth Rasin, graced the cover for capturing the national intercollegiate individual title her senior year. After graduating from...

A Look Back June 2017

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine  June/July 2002 Martin Bronstein reported on the 2002 British Open winner and favorite cover subject Sarah Fitz-Gerald. At the age of thirty-three, Fitz-Gerald romped to victory without losing a...

A Look Back: January 2020

Twenty Years Ago in Squash Magazine  December 1999 and February 2000 Jonathon Power is the only player to appear on a Squash Magazine cover twice in three months. Randall Scott took both photographs. The...

SPAt-light: Jessica Helal

Jessica Helal Squash Pro at Equinox Sports Club Orange County, CA What Club do you work at and what is your title? I am based out of the Equinox Sports Club in Irvine (Orange County) where I am...

SPA-tlight: Mike Jefferys

Last season, U.S. SQUASH introduced the Squash Professionals Affiliate Program (SPA). With this program, U.S. SQUASH offers personal liability insurance coverage to qualified squash professionals for coaching, access to a pre-screened, preferred network of...

WSF Sets Up Olympic Task Force

The Management Committee of the World Squash Federation, led by its new President N Ramachandran, has set up a top level task force to lead the sport’s bid to join the Olympic Games program...

A Look Back: April 2019

Twenty Years Ago in Squash Magazine April 1999 Julia Beaver appeared on the cover in a Randall Scott portrait for winning the national intercollegiate individual title as a sophomore, as well as leading Princeton...

SPA-tlight: Craig Thorpe-Clark

Craig Thorpe-Clark, Poughkeepsie Tennis & Squash & Bard College Where did you grow up? Melbourne, Australia. How did you get involved with squash? A club opened up just down the road during the start of the boom in...

Sneaking in: Coach Paul Selby Tells About How He Started Playing Squash

Outside The Glass, the world’s leading squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode coming out at the beginning of each month. Paul Selby is the longtime English coach, director of Off...