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NEWS

THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE PSA FOUNDATION.

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All of New Street talking about squash

Over 2,000 people got the once-in-a-lifetime experience of playing squash on a stunning glass court at Birmingham New Street station from 4th – 11th April. The eye-catching, modern glass court was installed at the busy

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Squash Coaching Webinar Week

Take part in the upcoming week-long series of coaching webinars, featuring some of the top coaches from around the world. All sessions take place over Zoom & the webinar series has chosen to direct 100%

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Women’s Squash Week Begins

Today marks the first day of Women’s Squash Week, an annual international campaign held 19-26 September to celebrate, raise the profile of, and increase participation levels in women’s squash.

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11 GREAT SQUASH BOOKS FOR NATIONAL BOOK DAY

It’s National Read A Book Day in the U.S. and to commemorate the occasion here’s a bagel of books about squash we can recommend! 1-0 The Book of Jonah, Jonah BarringtonJonah Barrington, a six-time British Open winner,

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LGBT+ Squash Thriving Across The Globe

Yearly international squash events around Europe, the Gay Games every four years, an international community of clubs socialising and competing together. Did you know about the LGBT+ community established within squash? In celebration of Pride

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Five Years of the PSA Foundation

Today, on June 16th 2021, marks five years to the day that the PSA Foundation officially registered as a charity in England and Wales. Together with individuals and communities all over the world, we have

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Who are the PSA Foundation?

A registered charity as of 2016, the PSA Foundation is the charitable arm of the Professional Squash Association, which is the global governing body responsible for the administration of both men’s and women’s professional squash

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The 12 DJ’s for Squash 2021

Love to be, a global House music brand & record label based in the UK are hosting a 12 hour session of squash based DJ’s as part of their virtual world tour with 100% of

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2020 Year in Review!

Sport has been hit hard at all levels due to the global pandemic and there has been no exception for squash with clubs around the world having to close or operate at limited capacity for

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How the PSA’s ‘World Series’ was born

Article written by Cyril Penn; Graduate Assistant Archivist, University of Massachusetts, Amherst The game of squash is growing significantly in the modern era, with more and more players and viewers supporting the sport every year.

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Weekly Spotlight: Who are Khelshala?

Based in India, Khelshala is committed to enhance the future of underprivileged children by building life skills through sports and academics. By introducing a lifetime sport like squash or tennis, Khelshala attracts children to the

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Weekly Spotlight: Who are Squashinhos?

Squashinhos is a squash and educational development project which helps underserved children from the communities of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. In Rio, more than 1.2 million people live in the favelas on less than £1

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WEEKLY SPOTLIGHT: WHO ARE ZEST?

The Zimbabwe Education Squash Trust (ZEST) was established in Harare, Zimbabwe, with the aim of developing the talents of underprivileged children from vulnerable areas through squash and academic support. The programme mentors young boys and

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Matthew Joins US. PSA Foundation Board

The PSA Foundation – the charitable arm of the Professional Squash Association – is delighted to announce that England’s former World No.1 Nick Matthew has joined the US PSA Foundation board. The three-time World Champion

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Weekly Spotlight: Who are Squash Dreamers?

Squash Dreamers, based in Jordan, is dedicated to training Syrian refugees and underprivileged Jordanian girls in Amman to become competitive squash players. They also provide English language education with the hopes of enrolling them in

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Weekly Spotlight: Who Are Rackets Cubed?

Rackets Cubed is a rapidly growing charity, currently based in six cities in the UK that run integrated squash, tennis, education (STEM / Maths) and nutrition programmes for local inner-city children from high IDACI (Income deprivation

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Weekly Spotlight: Who are Squash Bond?

Through intensive training in the sport of squash, educational programmes, and ongoing mentorship, SquashBond in Israel develops Arab and Jewish children into young adults who have self-confidence, perseverance, and respect for peers of different religious

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Weekly Spotlight: Who are Squash Urbano?

Located in Cartagena, Colombia, Squash Urbano provides a year-round programme which looks to provide life-changing opportunities to youth from low-income families through education, mentoring and the sport of squash. Founded in 2014, their programmes combine

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