(8 Apr) 2014 Development and Coaching Conference

The World Squash Federation in conjunction with the Polish Squash Federation is holding the 2014 Development and Coaching Conference on Wednesday 25 June through to Saturday 28 June in Krakow, Poland.

Incorporating a progression theme, the title for the biennial four-day international gathering is ‘From Talent to Excellence’ and will feature presentations from world class coaches and players.

For registration, please click to the conference website (http://worldsquashcoachingconference2014.com) for more details.

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(2 Apr) Squash Pulse

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd issue of e-newsletter, SQUASH PULSE, is released today highlighting the events happened in the past few months. Please click and enjoy our e-newsletter SQUASH PULSE!

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(18 Feb) Fantastic news about Asia's representation in the Olympic Movement

We all at the ASF congratulate Mr. N. Ramachandran, President of the World Squash Federation, who is newly elected unopposed as the President of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA). Shortly after the election, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced to reinstate the membership of the IOA meaning its reintegration to the Olympic Movement and full participation of Indian athletes at all Olympic Games. We wish the IOA every success under the leadership of Mr. N. Ramachandran.
 
Mr. Yu Zaiqing, China's senior Olympic official and a supporter of squash in the 2020 Bid, is elected unopposed as a Vice President of the IOC, returning to the top ranks of the policy-making body at a position he held previously for four years.
 
We congratulate once again Mr. N. Ramachandran and Mr. Yu on their new positions!

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(5 Feb) Congratulations to our Asian Women Players

Congratulations to Nicol David (Malaysia) who won her second Cleveland Classic title earlier today in Cleveland, USA. Congratulations also go to Annie Au (Hong Kong, China), the runner-up, who came as a qualifier through to the final beating all the top three British players. This is the first time that both finalists of this WSA Gold Event are coming from Asia.
 
Few days ago, Joshana Chinappa (India) also won her Winter Club Open title in Canada.
 
This is a very good start for our players and we wish them good luck in the coming challenges.

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President's Foreword

I have great pleasure in welcoming all of you to this new website of the Asian Squash Federation. With the successes that our Member National Federations have achieved in the past many years, the ASF has become a very active....

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