Championship Round Up: Team Final

The curtain came down on the biggest World University Squash Championship to date with the completion by the host nation of a maximum triple gold-medal haul. Victory for Great Britain over defending champions Malaysia in the Final of the team event at the University of Birmingham came three days after the award of the Championship’s…

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Championship Round Up: Team Semi Finals

The sixth and penultimate day of the FISU 2018 World University Squash Championship saw the remaining nations in contention for the team event complete the competition’s group stage, followed by a best-of-three Semi-Finals. Today’s Final at the University of Birmingham promises to be an intriguing contest – pitting the first seeds and reigning champions Malaysia…

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Championship Round Up – Day 5

Following the final of the men’s and women’s individual competitions, the focus of the FISU 2018 World University Squash Championship switched on its fifth day to the initial group fixtures of the team event. Thirteen nations in total are competing for the 2018 team title at the University of Birmingham – with each contest being…

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Championship Round Up – Individual Finals

The men’s and women’s individual Finals on the fourth day of the FISU 2018 World University Squash Championship produced a magnificent double for the host country. Victories for Josh Masters and Lily Taylor in their respective competitions at the University of Birmingham were not only a cause for celebration for the United Kingdom on home…

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Championship Round Up – Day 3

The FISU 2018 World University Squash Championship staged, on its third day at the University of Birmingham, the Semi-Finals of the men’s and women’s individual competitions. And while this afternoon’s Finals will feature the top two seeds for the men’s crown, the women’s event will feature two players who have defied the seeding script to…

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Championship Round Up – Day 2

The second day of the FISU 2018 World University Squash Championship saw the leading men and women have to negotiate two rounds in their individual competitions, with a view to determining who will contest the respective semi-finals at the University of Birmingham this afternoon.   While the men’s tournament stuck to the seeding script, with…

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