Squash

Squash at its best

From Sept. 14-19, London Squash & Fitness hosted many of the world’s top players in the 8th annual NASH Cup. Thanks to generous sponsors, dedicated members, and sellout crowds, this event has become one of…
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World’s best on the way

Top squash professionals from around the world will converge on the London Squash & Fitness Club from September 18 to 23 for the 10th annual NASH Cup PSA Squash Tournament. The total purse has been…
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Active winter for Senior athletes

The Ontario Senior Games were held in Cobourg in February, and London sent a full contingent of athletes (all over 55) to compete in Alpine Skiing, Badminton, Curling, Hockey, Prediction Skating, Table Tennis and Volleyball….
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Supporting Mustang Squash

Of Courts, the only racquet sport specialty store in London, Ontario, not only services all of London’s Tennis, Squash, Badminton and Pickleball players, but the store also has a full selection of Volleyball equipment, something…
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‘Stangs squash wins 33rd straight title

The streak continued for the Western Mustangs men’s squash team, as they won their 33rd consecutive OUA Men’s Squash Championship earlier this winter at the White Oaks Resort and Spa. With legendary Western coach Jack…
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Celebrating 50 at LSFC

In anticipation of its 50th anniversary next April, the London Squash and Fitness Club (LSFC) is holding a series of events leading up to that impressive milestone. On September 10, the club hosted a cocktail…
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NASH Cup Bringing World to London

Top squash professionals from all over the world will converge on London, Ontario from Sept. 22 to 27 to compete in the 2014 NASH Cup at London Squash & Fitness in downtown London. A men’s…
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NASH Cup reaching new heights locally

Submitted by Jay Nash When the NASH Cup professional draw was launched in 2008, a primary objective was to enhance the opportunities for top local players. London is blessed with a vibrant squash community, supporting…
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Returning this September

Submitted by Jay Nash The modern game of Squash originated in England around 1830. Rubber had just come into use, and the sport was an evolution of tennis and its indoor sister sport ‘rackets’. Today,…
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