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International Events


New Zealand enters representative teams into the following events. For history of each event and upcoming information on the event please select the link below.

TTS

Executive Travel Trans-Tasman Junior Team Championships

The Executive Travel Trans-Tasman Junior Team contest for this title on an annual basis against Australia directly proceeding or directly after the Oceania Junior Championships. The Championships are contested between a team of 18 players (boys and girls) with a various number of players in each age group. The winning country is the one who wins the most matches.



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World Junior Women's Team Championships

The World Junior Women's Team Championships event is played every two years (odd years). The Championships are contested by teams of three junior women from each country, with countries playing each other in ties in pools and/or knockout format. The country that wins two or more matches wins the tie. All member countries of the World Squash Federation are eligible to enter a team. 

WJM

World Junior Men's Team Championships

The World Junior Men's Team Championships event is played every two years (even years). The Championships are contested by teams of three junior men from each country, with countries playing each other in ties in pools and/or knockout format. The country that wins two or more matches wins the tie. All member countries of the World Squash Federation are eligible to enter a team.  

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World Women's Team Championships

The World Women's Team Championships event is played every two years (even years). The Championships are contested by teams of three women from each country, with countries playing each other in ties in pools and/or knockout format. The country that wins two or more matches wins the tie. All member countries of the World Squash Federation are eligible to enter a team. 

WMT

World Men's Team Championships

The World Men's Team Championships event is played every two years (odd years). The Championships are contested by teams of three women from each country, with countries playing each other in ties in pools and/or knockout format. The country that wins two or more matches wins the tie. All member countries of the World Squash Federation are eligible to enter a team.

World Doubles

World Doubles Championships

The World Doubles Championships event is played when announced by the World Squash Federation. The Championships see Men's, Women's and Mixed Doubles events being held with countries playing each other in ties in pools and/or knockout format.  

CWG

Commonwealth Games

Squash was introduced to the menu of sporting codes contested during the Commonwealth Games in 1998, since when New Zealand has developed a proud record of success. Medals are available for Men's and Women's singles and Men's, Women's and Mixed doubles.  


2018 Commonwealth Games Selection Policy

The nomination criteria for the 2018 Commonwealth Games to be held in the Gold Coast has been issued by the Squash New Zealand board and approved by the NZOC. This can be found here.

The nomination criteria outlines the nomination procedure and nomination criteria for athletes wishing to attend these Games. Please take particular note of these and the evidence which will be used for player nominations.

As previously stated a quota has been implemented for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the procedure for additional quota places (should they become available) is also explained within this criteria.

Should you have any queries regarding the quota implemented for the 2018 Commonwealth Games or the Nomination Criteria please do not hesitate to contact us.  


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