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Karim Darwish from Egypt

All
Africa Games: Karim Darwish
and Omneya Abdel Kawy win individual gold medals
in
Abuja, Nigeria
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Doubles Squash: (11.1.03)
Maryland Club Open – More
Friday Night heroics
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(11.1.03) Second round report
– Canadian Graham Ryding upsets Ong Beng Hee
Doubles Squash: (10.31.03)
Maryland Club Open – Huge
First Round upset
– Chris Deratney and Alex Pavulan score big
win.
Canadian Open Edmonton:
(10.31.03) First round report
– Tuominen, Willstrop keep winning, Price stops Kneipp – draw/results
Doubles Squash: (10.31.03)
Maryland Club Open – qualifying
round upsets
– Chris Walker and David Kay reach main draw.
Collegiate Squash:
(10.31.03) preseason activities –

Harvard versus Alumni at Cowles Match
, and Princeton
storms England
Collegiate Squash:
(10.29.03)

Harvard’s 03 recruiting class puts it in position to challenge Trinity
,
looking ahead to a Jan 28 ’04 showdown.
Collegiate Squash:
(10.29.03)

CSA Announces 2003-04 Sponsorship partners
, Marsh,
Dunlop, Prince renew sponsorship agreements.
US Squash: (10.29.03)
Boston wins Howe Cup
, Seattle teams win B, C flights,
report by Rob Dinerman
US Squash: (10.28.03)
Palmer Page on west coast swing
signals his serious
goal to engage the growing west coast squash communities.
US Squash: (10.28.03)
Technology Initiative Launched by US Squash
seeks
to involve all levels of players through better use of the web.
WISPA Atlanta: (10.27.03)
Jenny Duncalf beats Vicky Botwright
leaving Botwright
without a WISPA title after four years of tour competition.
WISPA Satellite Ottawa:
(10.27.03)
Carla Khan
wins title
comes from 2 games down to beat Melissa
Martin.
WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.25.03)
Australia wins, defeats France
in final 3-0.
WISPA Weekend: (10.25.03)
Quarterfinals , Ottawa:
Tamsyn Leevey wins again.
Quarterfinals , Atlanta
Annelise Nauda comes up sixes.
WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.25.03)
Commentary at the Semi
Finals
, Manager error? – comments by Martin Bronstein
WISPA Weekend: (10.24.03)
First Round, Ottawa
and
First Round, Atlanta
PSA Satellite Montreal:
(10.24.03)
Glen Keenan
wins MAA Montreal
WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.23.03)
Semi Finals,
Australia, France advance by Dan Kneipp.
WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.24.03)
Quarter finals,
USA Stops Austria by Dan Kneipp.
WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.23.03)
"National Jitters,"
feature report by Dan Kneipp.
PSA Satellite Montreal:
(10.23.03)
Semis MAA
Montreal
and
(10.22.03)
Quarters MAA Montreal

WSF World Teams
Vienna:(10.23.03) England over Canada 2-1, USA beat Austria 2-1,
1-16 Playoff Draw,
17-30 Playoff Draw

WSF World Teams
Vienna:(10.23.03) Hong
Kong on a roll,beats #8 seed Malaysia
, USA beat Russia 1-16
Playoff Draw
, 17-30
Playoff Draw

WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.23.03)
Team Kneipp
on the Pools
, Martin
Bronstein reviews the pools

WSF World Teams
Vienna:(10.22.03)
Sunday
Pool Report
, Monday
Pool Report
, Tuesday
Pool Report
, Pool
Results

PSA Satellite Montreal:
(10.21.03)
First
round MAA Montreal

WSF World Teams
Vienna:(10.20.03)
Monday
Pool Results
,
(10.19.03)Sunday
Pool Results

WSF World Teams
Vienna:(10.18.03)
, Bronstein’s
Preview
: Anyone’s event –Kneipp‘s
Preview part I
: A detailed view of pools A-D;|
Kneipp’s Preview Part
II
: Pools E – H

WSF World Teams Vienna:(10.18.03),
A Brief History by Team
Kneipp

Weymuller WISPA:(10.16.03),
Cassie Jackman wins
in 5
, draw/results

USA Juniors:
Fall Foliage Open
. (10.16.03) Gertler (BU19), Edmison (GU19) lead
Toronto, Boston Jrs. to winners circle.
New York Squash:
Stu Goldstein: Challenger
to Sharif from Long Island
, – career retrospective of Stu Goldstein,
top level pro player (10.16.03)
Weymuller WISPA:(10.15.03),
Semi finals – Owens and
Jackman dominate,
draw/results
Weymuller WISPA:(10.14.03),
Quarter finals – Jackman
knocks out R Grinham
, draw/results
Weymuller WISPA:(10.13.03),
First Round – Duncalf
over Grainger in 5
, main
draw
Euro Juniors:
Nordic Jr Open
. (10.13.03) Noom (W19), Simpson (M19); Detter
(M17), Dufkova (W17) win in Malmo.
Weymuller WISPA:(10.12.03)
Qualifier Final round,
Chiu, Botwright, Perry, Duncalf in main
draw
England:
Proctor Memorial Tynmouth, Finals
. (10.12.03) Berrett and Lengthorn
win
US Colleges:
Visiting and Applying to Colleges A high school squash player’s
guide provided by the CSA.
Weymuller WISPA:
Preview
. (10.11.03) Qualifier
First round,
Brind, Nimmo lose out
England:
Proctor Memorial Tynmouth, Semis Round
. (10.11.03) Berrett and
Botwright engineer upsets.
Africa:
Darwish and Kawy win African Games Individual Gold
. (10.11.03)
PSA Satellite:
Golan wins fifth PSA title in Brazil
. (10.11.03)
England:
Proctor Memorial Tynmouth, First Round
. (10.11.03)
Africa:
Four Egyptians reach All Africa mens and womens finals
. (10.11.03)
Weymuller WISPA:
Qualifying starts Saturday in Brooklyn
. (10.10.03) Nicol, Stoehr,
Kitchen, Botwright among the qualifier hopefuls.
Team Kneipp:
British Open Report Card … Dress codes
. (10.10.03)
New York:
John S Halpern, 69; funeral in NYC Monday
. (10.10.03)
Global Gallery:
Bronstein’s October Gallery
. British Open Venue, Commitment, Refereeing
(10.9.03)
Media:
Squash rated "healthiest sport" by Forbes Magazine
.
(10.8.03)
In Memoriam:
Service Celebrates Contributions of Stewart Young
. (10.8.03)
Africa:
Squash Debut at All Africa Games in Nigeria
. (10.8.03)
US Colleges:
CSA Releases Preseason rankings Team and individual preseason
rankings. Also, women’s
freshmen to watch
and men’s
freshmen to watch
(10.7.03)
PSA Rankings:
October 1 rankings have John White reaching world #2
Jonathon
Power slips to fifth while Kneipp falls to 13th. (10.7.03)
England Squash:
03-04 Edition of National League Underway
Two new teams in the
mix. (10.6.03)
ISDA Doubles:
Monticello Finals Report
Waite and Mudge begin yet another season
with yet another win. (10.6.03)
New York Squash:
Jay Nelson: The Last Man Standing
, – career retrospective of Jay Nelson, 3 times Met A champion,
member of international team. (10.6.03)
British Open 03:
Mens final
report and head-to-head records
, – David Palmer scores anticlimatic
3-0 victory following Saturday night’s heroics. (10.5.03)
British Open 03:
Womens final
report and head-to-head records
, – Rachael Grinham scores an impressive
9-3 7-9 9-2 9-5 win over Cassie Campion in Nottingham. (10.5.03)
ISDA Doubles:
Monticello Semis Report
Top seeds survive to reach Denver Doubles
final. (10.5.03)
New York Squash:
Glenn Greenberg, New York
Slugger
, – career retrospective of Glenn Greenberg, Twice New
York Titlist. (10.5.03)
ISDA Doubles:
Upset Marks Monticello Quarters
Quick and Bentley advance in Denver
, ISDAs first 03-04 tour stop. (10.5.03)
USA Squash :
Rob Dinerman looks inside the role of Senator Spector
in protecting
PAN AM squash in the recent USOC reform proceedings (10.5.03)
Team Kneipp:
Socializing with your opponent
how the intimacy of the Squash
Pro Tour works (10.5.03)
British Open 03:
semis report
one by Martin Bronstein
, – Jackman over Grainger, Palmer ends
Ricketts run (10.4.03) semis
report two
– Nicol outplayed by Power but wins on pure courage,
Rachael Grinham outplays Owens and wins in 3.
In Memoriam:
George Doetsch, 15 times Maryland Doubles Champ
obituary by Rob
Dinerman (10.3.03)
British Open 03:
quarters report
one Martin Bronstein
, – Ricketts stops White (10.3.03) quarters
report two from Martin Bronstein
, Power and Nicol shine.
New York:
Printing House Courts Opened
New club downtown (10.3.03)
British Open 03:
day two report
one Martin Bronstein
, – Cassie Jackman shines (10.2.03) day
two report two from Martin Bronstein
, Willstrop over Kneipp.
PSA Satellite:
David Evans wins in Qatar
former British Open winner passes up
this year’s event. (10.2.03)
British Open 03:
Mens day one results
, day
one report from Martin Bronstein
, and day
one wrapup
. (10.1.03)
British Open 03:
Womens first round results
Vanessa Atkinson falls to Vicky Botwright
as the first seed to go out. WISPA
Day One Report
by Dan Kneipp
British Open 03:
Mens preview
by Dan Kneipp (9.30.03)
British Open 03:
Qualifier final report
and mens
results
also womens results
USA:
Senator Specter adds assist to Squash funding
(9.29.03) government
funding added to bill.
British Open 03:
Men’s Qualifier day two results
and day
two report
; also womens
qualifier day one results
(9.29.03)
In Memoriam:
Michigan’s Gene Perle
(9.29.03) Holder of 26 National and International
titles.
PSA Satellite:
Santa Barbara DARE finals
(9.29.03) Paul Price edges Mohammed
Iskandar in California.
PSA Satellite:
Barcelona Spain Finals
(9.29.03) Jonthon Kemp earns Ciutat de
Barcolan win..
British Open 03:
Men’s Qualifier draw/results
and day
one report
; and women’s
qualifier draw
starts tomorrow(9.28.03)
PSA Satellite:
Santa Barbara DARE semis
(9.28.03) Price, Iskandar advance.
PSA Satellite:
Barcelona Spain Semifinals
(9.28.03) Kemp stops Alister Walker.
US Colleges:
CSA Names New Executive Director
(9.27.03) Beck takes new role
as CSA, in growth mode, expands partnership with SquashTalk.
PSA Satellite:
Barcelona Spain Quarterfinals
(9.27.03) Alister Walker scores
huge upset over Golan, then stops Garner.
PSA Satellite:
Santa Barbara DARE quarters
(9.27.03) Irish Champ Kenny continues
winning ways.
PSA Satellite:
Santa Barbara DARE first round
(9.26.03)
British Open 03:
Men’s Qualifier preview
and women’s
qualifier draw
(9.26.03), also promoters
profiled
, men’s draw,
women’s draw,
main page
.
Refereeing:
World Refereeing Initiative
(9.25.03)
Team Kneipp:
US Open Report Card
(9.24.03)
PSA
& WISPA Satellite: Pilley
and Leevey first time winners in Victoria
(9.24.03) Report on
Victoria Championships.
PSA:
CNS International Finals report
(9.23.03) Gregory Gaultier from France tops Monsoor Zaman on his
home territory
complete
draw/results
PSA:
CNS International Semis report
(9.22.03) Gaultier and Monsoor win in semis
draw/results
Bronstein’s
Global Gallery: September
edition of the Gallery
(9.22.03) Rodney Martin, Toronto PACE,
Power, PSA, more …
US
Pro Tour: Volvo Motor City Finals
(9.21.03) Jonathon Power wins over Thierry Lincou after 8 month drought
draw/results
PSA
& WISPA Satellite: Victoria
Champs Quarters
(9.20.03) Leevey makes waves in Victoria AUS.
Equipment:
Jonathon Power introduces
clothing line
(9.20.03) Debuts line in Boston and Detroit events.
US
Pro Tour: Volvo Motor City Semis
(9.19.03) Jonathon Power over Graham Ryding, Thierry Lincou gets walkover
Amr Shabana due to injured ankle. draw/results
PSA:
CNS International Quarters
(9.19.03) Adrian Grant ends Mehboob’s run,
draw/results
College
Squash: CSA
Names Beck new Executive Director
(9.19.03)
PSA:
PACE Credit Union new sponsor
of Canadian Classic
(9.19.03) Event to take place at Toronto BCE
place Nov 17-20.
PSA:
CNS International First
Round
(9.19.03) Junior Mehboob beats Nick Matthew,
draw/results
US
Pro Tour: Volvo Motor City
Quarters
(9.18.03) Graham Ryding upsets Karim Darwish. Amr Shabana
advances. draw/results
US
Squash USSRA fall meeting
(9.18.03)
USSRA
forms new committees
.
PSA:
CNS International Qualifier
(9.18.03) Junior Mehboob joins Dutch Anjema in trip to main draw.
draw/results
US
Pro Tour: Volvo Motor City
First Round
(9.18.03) Paul Price defeats Simon Parke draw/results.
US
Open, Boston: Six new Video Interviews
(9.18.03) Nicol, Palmer, White, Ryding, Matthew, and Illingworth talk
to Martin Bronstein about their matches and squash training.
US
Open, Boston: Peter Nicol
win’s 4th US Open title over defending champ David Palmer
(9.16.03)
before 950 fans at Boston Symphony Hall.
US
Open, Boston: Palmer and
Nicol win
(9.15.03) , results/draw
US
Open, Boston: Quarterfinal
report one
(9.14.03) Nicol gets past Ryding; Quarterfinal
report two
– Power and White both fail to reach semis.
PSA:
Corren stops Ghosal’s Run in
Kuala Lumpur Final
(9.14.03)
US
Open, Boston: First round
evening report
— Beachill stopped by Nicol …
First round afternoon session
report
(9.13.03) Ryding tops Darwish, results/draw
PSA:
17 year old Ghosal beats Ken
Low in KL
(9.12.03)
US
Open, Boston: Qualifier complete (9.12.03) 4 great matches, Qualifier
Draw 2nd round report
(9.12.03)
revised main draw
.

US
Open, Boston: Price stops Durbach, Qualifier
Draw 1st round report
(9.11.03) qualifier
draw/results

PSA:
Indians advance at expense of
Malysians in KL
(9.11.03)
USA
Squash: Dinerman on Palmer Page
USSRA announcement
(9.11.03)
USA
Squash: USSRA
Announces Palmer Page as USSRA’s New Executive Director
(9.10.03)
Mike Hymer promoted to new post of operations mgr.
USA
Squash: Event Engine Creates
Six-Event US Pro Tour
(9.09.03)
US
Open, Boston: Event Preview
– by Martin Bronstein (9.08.03);
Team
Kneipp: US Open Event
preview
(9.11.03)
World
Squash: PIA inks support deal
with WSF
– "Official Airline of the WSF" (9.07.03)
Book
Review : Jim Zug’s History
of Squash
– reviewed by SquashTalk’s Martin Bronstein. (9.07.03)
purchase this book online
US
Open, Boston: Lucky Odeh
wins Boston Professional Invite
– gains local qualifier spot at
US Open (9.05.03)
US
Open, Boston: T&R
PreQualifier SemiFinal Results
(9.04.03) T&R
First Round Results
(9.03.03)
US
Open, Boston: T&R
Hosts Local Pre-Qualifying Pro Preview event
(9.02.03) also US
Open website and draw
WISPA
World Tour: Sept 1 Women’s World rankings… Jackman
rises into top six
(9.1.03) Owens retains top spot.
PSA
World Tour: Sept 1 Men’s World rankings… Top
Five Unchanged going into September
(9.1.03)
ISDA
Tour: Preview of the 03-04 season … Vancouver
Tour Stop Cancelled
(8.28.03)
Womens
Jr World Team: Finals (8.28.03)
… Egypt wins the World Title for 2003
Team Kneipp: Summer
Spent Training in rural New Hampshire
(8.27.03) also the Team
Kneipp article archives.

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