NO.1: Michelle Martin on being squash’s first Commonwealth gold medalist

The 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur represented a landmark in our sport. After 68 years of exclusion, squash was to be brought in from the cold and given the spotlight it deserved, finally included after so many years on the outside looking in.  Australia’s Michelle Martin, who beat compatriot Sarah Fitz-Gerald in the women’s […]

Rackets Cubed awarded £450,000 grant

Rackets Cubed have been awarded a substantial grant of £450,000 by Sport England. The payment, which is comes in the form of a scaling grant, will be used to fund projects for children around the country for three years. Rackets Cubed is a UK registered charity that uses racket sports, including squash, tennis, badminton and […]

April 4-9: An all-glass court inside Birmingham New Street train station

Squash United by Birmingham 2022 is delighted to announce that an all-glass squash show-court is to be constructed inside Birmingham’s New Street train station. The court will be in the station’s main concourse, which sees a daily footfall of 170,000 people, between 4-9 April 2022 and will play a major role in the lasting legacy of squash […]