Balance

Recently the Professional Squash Association announced appreciable increase in the prize money funds of both the Men’s and Women’s professional squash tours. Within a few days of this announcement several other related announcements were made. First, the National Governing Body of English Squash, England Squash and Racketball and their parent body, Sport England released alarmingContinue reading “Balance”

Follow up to Bowling Alone

If you, like me, are involved in trying to increase or stem the decline of participation in sporting social and community activity, then this article and the book it relates to are must reads: http://www.hks.harvard.edu/ocpa/pdf/still%20bowling%20alone.pdf

Squash in the Olympics: Are we on the wrong tack?

In Alex Plimmer’s excellent recent article on http://www.crunchsports.com regarding Squash’s lack of inclusion in the Olympic Games, he follows an entirely logical and reasonable train of thought, citing the undoubted assets of Squash and comparing them with other sports that have achieved the ultimate goal of inclusion in the world’s premier sporting celebration. But whatContinue reading “Squash in the Olympics: Are we on the wrong tack?”