September 10, 2013 9:25 am /News /1 Comment

World Squash Federation chief executive Andrew Shelley told BBC Sport: “It’s not finished yet. We’ll keep trying. We will continue to grow and hope the Olympic door may open in the future. If there is a desire for additional sports, we hope to be in the mix.”

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  1. Sam Elghor
    September 10, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    Let us move on and focus our efforts on promoting our sport. There are many sports in the olympics that we only hear off every 4 years, remember fencing, Judo, Archery, Badminton or Taekwondo. They have been in the olympics for a while and the Olympics has not made them household names.

    The whole process of adding a sport to the Olympics is shady and the benefits which may be apparent are not long lasting.

    All the best

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