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The integration with the SquashLevels.com website has been enhanced to allow club administrators to omit results for chosen leagues being sent to SquashLevels. This is particularly useful for those clubs running both Squash and Racketball leagues on this site. Hence, the administrators can choose to send all Squash Match results to SquashLevels, but omit the Racketball results.
The option to send results to SquashLevels (or not) is on the "change league details" page.
Lots of relatively small improvements have been made to the site and the App in the past year. More are to follow, so keep an eye open for announcements of these additional improvements in the coming months. Meanwhile, if you have any suggestions for improvements to either the App or the website - please do let me know by going to the link - Contact link
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Jul 24 2020 10:03AM
India: David Palmer leads Squash Rackets Federation of India’s list as foreign coach
India: David Palmer leads Squash Rackets Federation of India’s list as foreign coach <
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Jul 29 2020 5:54AM
Serious Squash Podcast Episode 2 ft. Graeme Williams
I'm really enjoying interviewing some insightful and knowledgeable squash coaches. In episode 2 I interviewed Graeme Williams who was the head coach in Windsor for 7 years and is now in the US coaching. While in Canada he had a great junior program and was also the Women's National Team coach. We discuss a lot about junior squash, the differences in squash and coaching from England to Canada to the U.S., the PSA, CSA and his thoughts on a few technical ideas about squash.
Something all the coaches I've interviewed have in common so far is they are so passionate about squash. There's also been some similarities and also a few differences in their philosophies about squash and coaching. I've learned a lot so far and I know you will too.Here's a little teaser of episode 2 with Graeme:
The full episode will be released tomorrow morning. You can find it wherever you listen to your podcasts or from the following link: https://anchor.fm/serioussquash
Episode 3 is also another great interview featuring a good friend and a big time coach for junior squash in Canada. This episode will drop in 2 weeks so make sure you subscribe to the podcast or the email list below to be notified when new episodes and other Serious Squash stuff is happening.
A mentioned there is a new Serious Squash email list. Since Serious Squash is all over the net (Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Patreon, Podcasts, a shop and this blog) I thought it would be easiest to have a central place where I can email out the occasional update on all things Serious Squash related. If you'd like to subscribe you can do so here: Serious Squash Email List <
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The World Squash Federation
Feb 28 2019 7:24PM
PSA World Championships Chicago
Egyptian Quartet prevail in top half quarter-finals of PSA World Championships A quartet of Egyptians – containing reigning champions Mohamed ElShorbagy and Raneem El Welily – claimed victories on the opening day of quarter-final action at the 2018-2019 PSA World Championships in Chicago to ensure that there is guaranteed to be an Egyptian finalist in Continue Reading... <
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The Squashgame Forum
Jul 11 2020 4:57PM
beginners using yellow spot balls.
I have ben playing squash for 30 years & as i near 60 yrs old we now play with a red spot ball to give us better rallies rather than us go over to the dark side which is raquet ball! I ... <
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Aug 5 2020 4:50AM
Negri: “A ball of squash changed my career. Today, I coach...
An escalation game from C1 up To Serie a, finally in the Champions League. Because his name is linked to Glasgow Rangers, where in 1997 it marked ... <
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On the "T" - the Blog about Squash
May 24 2018 6:46PM
I was sent a request recently to publicise the article below which is all about Squash Shoes. The article is very detailed and might be of interest to some of the SquashLeagues.org website users. Happy Reading! You can find the … Continue reading
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Mar 19 2016 6:31PM
Learn to take the good with the bad.
Everybody loses sometime. Everybody has an off day. Everybody gets injured at some point. Everybody gets ill. Learn to accept those days, events and situations with grace. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep trying to win all the time, play your best every match, avoid getting injured and trying to stay health. It just means […] <
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