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Squash - 29 Nov 2004
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has announced that it will be hiring the professional services of the World Squash Federation Chief Executive Ted Wallbutton following his retirement from the WSF in January.
Squash - 12 Oct 2004
Jahangir Khan has been unanimously re-elected as President of the World Squash Federation at the International Federation's 34th Annual General Meeting in Casa Noyale, Mauritius.
Squash - 01 Mar 2004
The World Squash Federation (WSF) is offering 'an exciting international leadership opportunity' to a new Chief Executive that the sport's International Federation is seeking to appoint by January 2005.
Squash - 07 Aug 2003
Dunlop, the World's leading squash brand, has announced that International Squash Marketing Manager Paul Walters is to leave the company to pursue new international challenges within the sport.
Squash - 27 Mar 2003
The Women's International Squash Players' Association (WISPA) AGM, held during the Texas Open, saw the election of a new President when world number two Natalie Pohrer was invited to take over the role following the retirement of Sarah Fitz-Gerald from the Tour.
Squash - 20 Feb 2003
The world of squash is mourning the death of Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) President Mushaf Ali Mir, the Pakistan air force chief who has been killed in a plane crash in a remote north-western region of the country.
Squash - 28 Oct 2002
Jahangir Khan, one of the sport's greatest ever players, has been elected President of the World Squash Federation (WSF) at today's (Saturday) Annual General Meeting of the Federation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Squash - 18 Oct 2002
The Annual General Meeting of the World Squash Federation (WSF) in Kuala Lumpur on 26th October will mark the end of the reign of Susie Simcock as President of the Federation. The New Zealander has served her maximum terms of six years as Vice-President and six as President and, under current WSF rules, now has to stand down.
Squash - 03 May 2001
Former Vice President Christopher Stahl, from England, has been elected President of the European Squash Federation, succeeding Philip van der Ven following the Dutchman's withdrawal of his nomination for a second term at the ESF AGM in the Netherlands.
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