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World University Squash Championships

The World University Squash Championship is the official international college competition in the game of squash conducted by the World Squash Federation (WSF), which was first held in 1996 in Maastricht in Netherlands.

World University Championships
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018 World University Squash Championship
SportSquash
Founded1996
DirectorFISU
WSF
PresidentUnited Kingdom Zena Wooldridge
ContinentInternational
Most recent
champion(s)
United Kingdom Joshua Masters (2018)
United Kingdom Lily Taylor (2018)
United Kingdom Great Britain (2018)
Squash

Contents

ResultsEdit

Final Host Event Medalists
  Gold   Silver   Bronze
1996Details
 
Maastricht
Netherlands
Men's Single   Paul Conolly   Kelly Patrick   Thierry Lincou
Women's Single   Kim Hannes   Kelly Buckley   Sandy Suck
Team event   Great Britain   France   Germany
1998Details
 
Cardiff
Wales
Men's Single   Thierry Lincou   Jean-Michel Arcucci   Greg Tippings
Women's Single   Jenny Tranfield   Kim Hannes   Carolyn Russell
Team event   France   Great Britain   Canada
2000Details
 
Plzeň
Czech Republic
Men's Single   Thierry Lincou   Kelly Patrick   Ben Garner
Women's Single   Marnie Baizley   Wing Yin Chiu   Isabelle Stoehr
Team event   France   Canada   Great Britain
2002Details
 
Linz
Austria
Men's Single   Karim Darwish   Mohammed Abbas   Wael El Hindi
Women's Single   Isabelle Stoehr   Jenny Tranfield   Carolyn Russell
Team event   Egypt   France   Great Britain
2004
No competition
2006Details
 
Szeged
Hungary
Men's Single   Chris Ryder   Márk Krajcsák   Joel Hinds
Women's Single   Lim Yoke Wah   Kathrin Rohrmüller   Lauren Siddal
Team event   Great Britain   France   South Africa
2008Details
 
Cairo
Egypt
Men's Single   Ramy Ashour   Tarek Momen   Omar Mosaad
Women's Single   Raneem El Weleily   Omneya Abdel Kawy   Alana Miller
Team event   Egypt   Great Britain   Malaysia
2010Details
 
Melbourne
Australia
Men's Single   Joel Hinds   Jens Schoor   Todd Harrity
Women's Single   Annie Au   Emma Chorley   Kirsty McPhee
Team event   Great Britain   Hong Kong   United States
2012
No competition
2014Details
 
Chennai
India
Men's Single   Mazen Hesham   Zahed Mohamed   Eddie Charlton
Women's Single   Millie Tomlinson   Olga Ertlová   Farah Abdel Meguid
Team event   Egypt   Great Britain   Malaysia
2016Details
 
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Men's Single   Tsz Fung Yip   Ivan Yuen   Chi-Him Wong
  Joshua Masters
Women's Single   Low Wee Wern   Tong Tsz Wing   Nada Elkalaawy
  Nazihah Hanis
Team event   Malaysia   Hong Kong   Japan
  South Africa
2018Details
 
Birmingham
United Kingdom
Men's Single   Joshua Masters   Tsz Fung Yip   Mohd Syafiq Kamal
  Addeen Idrakie
Women's Single   Lily Taylor   Alexa Pienaar   Aika Azman
  Zoe Foo
Team event   Great Britain   Malaysia   Hong Kong
  France

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Great Britain (GBR)1061026
2  Egypt (EGY)74314
3  France (FRA)54211
4  Malaysia (MAS)32712
5  Hong Kong (HKG)2529
6  Canada (CAN)1348
7  Belgium (BEL)1102
8  Brazil (BRA)1001
9  Germany (GER)0224
10  South Africa (RSA)0123
11  Czech Republic (CZE)0101
  Hungary (HUN)0101
13  United States (USA)0022
14  Japan (JPN)0011
Totals (14 nations)30303595


See alsoEdit

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