Broadbent Steps Down From US Squash After 25 Years of Service and Philanthropy

by Chris McClintick Bill Broadbent, the longest serving US Squash Board and Committee member, recently stepped down from his position on the Investment Committee following twenty-five years of service, and a pioneering philanthropic legacy...

Pastures New: Bob Callahan Retires From Princeton Squash After a Revolutionary Career

By James Zug It was never supposed to work out like this. In the summer of 1981, Princeton’s athletic director asked Bob Callahan, newly-married IBM salesman, to be on a search committee to find a...

Ashour The Happiest Moment of His Life

By Richard Eaton Photos by Steve Line/squashpics.com There were many well-publicized reasons why Ramy Ashour’s capture of the British Open title—at a pioneering outdoor venue in Hull City’s soccer stadium—has carried him further along the road...

Massaro British Queen

By Richard Eaton Photos by Steve Line/squashpics.com There was a throw-away hint as to why the world’s most successful squash player might suffer her most startling defeat in four years, not long before the British Open...

Spahrs Dominate U.S. Father and Son

Last month the ninth U.S. Father & Son was held and it was no surprise that Chris and Carson Spahr won their first open title. Spahr has long equaled junior excellence. Christian C.F. Spahr, Jr., known to everyone...

From Dreams to Reality the Making of a National Champion

By Kristi Maroc Hard work, dedication, setbacks, perseverance and sacrifice are key features of any athlete who has made it to the point of realizing exceptional achievements. For this year’s S.L. Green U.S. National Champion Chris Gordon,...

The Gould Standard: Ben Gould Retires

by Chris McClintick They almost withdrew. It was the title they wanted most and the last to elude them on the SDA tour. As the 2015 Briggs Cup was starting, Damien Mudge was nursing a...

Maria Toorpakai—The Squash Pro Who Became a Media Star

By James Zug A Different Kind of Daughter: The Girl Who Hid from the Taliban in Plain Sight By Maria Toorpakai with Katharine Holstein (Twelve, 2016) Within the squash world, it was well-known that Maria Toorpakai had a...

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Outside the Glass: David Pearson

Outside The Glass, the world’s oldest squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode dropping at the beginning of each month. OTG episodes, produced by US Squash, are available many podcast apps...