1938 - 2021 Susan Swift was a wife, a mother, a Granny, a sister, a friend, a physiotherapist, an animal lover and an athlete. We lost that Susan a while ago to Alzheimer’s. On March 13, we lost the rest of Sue to cancer. She was 83. Sue leaves behind her husband Tony Swift of 40 yrs,...Read more
The Ontario Squash Hall of Fame Board of Governors is saddened by the loss of Ernest (Ernie) Howard. Early in his life, Ernie played many sports and became a world-class squash player, both nationally and internationally. He was the first ever Canadian to win the US Squash Championships in 1953. By today’s standards, Canadians win their...Read more
The Squash Hall of Fame at White Oaks Resort & Spa is ExpandingNovember, Toronto, Ontario The dream of a Hall of Fame dedicated and committed to honouring extraordinary contributions of squash athletes and volunteers, came together in 2005. For the first four years, the Hall was virtual but in 2007, it took on a...
MARCH 2019, TORONTO Since 2005, the Ontario squash community comes together every two years for a celebration – a celebration to honour individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the game of squash. On Thursday, April 4th, at the Granite Club in Toronto, 3 extraordinary people were inducted into the...Read more