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?”

Sports Program Direction – the essential elements of developing, growing, animating and maintaining a professional recreational sports program.

Sports Programme Direction – How to set up and animate a professional Sports Programme. The key elements for the development and animation of a vibrant Sports Programme are as follows: 1. Meet ,Greet and Discover. 2. Organize and communicate 3. Drive and Follow up. 4. Get Feedback 5. Adapt and Apply. 1. Meet, Greet andContinue reading “Sports Program Direction – the essential elements of developing, growing, animating and maintaining a professional recreational sports program.”

THE RULES OF SINGLES SQUASH MAY 17TH 2013 (with accompanying Advice, Interpretation and Suggestions by Richard Millman)

THE RULES OF SINGLES SQUASH May 17th 2013 (with accompanying Advice, Interpretation and Suggestions by Richard Millman) The Rules as they are currently written as of February 2012 appear in black type. Words in Italics are intended as thought provoking advice for anyone who is interested in the game of Squash. Words in Bold ItalicsContinue reading “THE RULES OF SINGLES SQUASH MAY 17TH 2013 (with accompanying Advice, Interpretation and Suggestions by Richard Millman)”