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Exclusive: Squash - Technological innovation the key for Squash's Olympic dream

Jan 11 2018

LONDON Squash chiefs have long held a desire for the sport to be a part of the Olympic Games and thanks to innovations in technology, their dream may be closer to becoming a reality.

Squash: Eqypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy beats his brother to win world title

Dec 17 2017

MANCHESTER, England Mohamed Elshorbagy of Egypt predicted a new era for squash after beating his younger brother Marwan on Sunday in the first final between siblings in the men's world championship.

Peaty can set 200m alight at Tokyo 2020, says Kitajima

Jul 31 2017

BUDAPEST Kosuke Kitajima believes the men's 200 meters breaststroke final will be "one of the biggest races to watch" at the Tokyo Olympics if Britain's Adam Peaty steps up to take on a dual Japanese challenge at the distance.

Dressel matches Phelps and helps U.S. to best world medals haul

Jul 30 2017

BUDAPEST Caeleb Dressel of the United States heralded a new era in world swimming when he equalled the great Michael Phelps's feat of seven golds at a single world championships as the 17th edition closed on Sunday.

Diving: Miracle man LoBue claims high diving world title

Jul 30 2017

BUDAPEST Steve LoBue admitted to a "surreal moment" as he became the first American to win gold in the men's 27 meters high diving at the world championships on Sunday.

Swimming: Hosszu tops 400m medley heats, on course to win four medals

Jul 30 2017

BUDAPEST Hungary's hopes of gold on the last day of the world championships will rest on the shoulders of Katinka Hosszu after she topped qualifying in the women's 400 meters individual medley heats at the Duna Arena.

Testing time for Dressel as he nears Phelps's medal haul record

Jul 29 2017

BUDAPEST Caeleb Dressel has to sit an algebra exam on Monday. In the meantime the standout star of Budapest's Duna Arena is busy closing in on Michael Phelps's record of seven gold medals at one edition of the world swimming championships.

Swimming: Dressel makes history with three world golds in one night

Jul 29 2017

BUDAPEST Caeleb Dressel of the United States became the first swimmer to win three gold medals in a single evening at the worldchampionships after producing a trio of storming performances on Saturday.

Testing time for Dressel as he nears Phelps's medal haul record

Jul 29 2017

BUDAPEST, July 29 - Caeleb Dressel has to sit an algebra exam on Monday. In the meantime the standout star of Budapest's Duna Arena is busy closing in on Michael Phelps's record of seven gold medals at one edition of the world swimming championships.

Swimming: Exhausted Sun opts out of 1500 freestyle race

Jul 29 2017

BUDAPEST Sun Yang of China was a notable absentee at the world championships on Saturday after he failed to start his men's 1500 meters freestyle heat at the Duna Arena.

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