By James Zug It was about storytelling. Beneath the carapace of elegance and the thick scrim of black-tie and evening gowns and silver scoops of potato leek gratin and tangerine segment and cabernet reduction, it was just a brace of old and new friends gathered together and telling stories. We heard about...

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The finals of the 2019 FS Investments U.S. Open came within a half-inch of duplicating the 2017 edition, with the wife and husband team of Nour El Tayeb & Ali Farag again almost pulling off the historic double of a married couple winning the same title on the same...
By James Zug Photos by Steve Line/SquashPics.com It happened in a challenge match. Jose and I were both seniors, the two captains of the team, battling it out on a dark, winter night in New Hampshire for the number-one spot on the varsity ladder of our college team. The match went...
By James Zug Photos by Marian Kraus The MetroSquash Academic & Squash Center, the fourth stand-alone purpose-built urban squash youth enrichment facility in the U.S., opened this spring in Chicago. The certificate of occupancy was issued on April 1, 2015. It was exactly ten years to the day after MetroSquash had been...
by Varun Fuloria, Rutwik Kharkar, and Ryan Rayfield What’s in a number? A lot, if you ask a player about their US Squash rating! Squash enthusiasts tend to be a pretty analytical bunch, and the rating system brings out the inner geeks in a lot of us. Ratings provide a long-term...