Squash Medal Count

Total: 3
Gold Medals


Silver Medals


Bronze Medals


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Kuala Lumpur 1998
Birmingham 2022


Squash made its Commonwealth Games debut in Kuala Lumpur in 1998 and has been included in every Games since.

Squash requires a remarkable combination of decision-making, racket skills, speed, power, agility, flexibility and reflexes, but the main element is outstanding endurance – cardiovascular and muscular.

Squash has appeared at the Commonwealth Youth Games on two occasions: Edinburgh 2000 and Samoa 2015.

The Squash competition is held according to the rules of the World Squash Federation (WSF).

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Both of Scotland's Squash medals to date came at the 1998 Games in Kuala Lumpur: Peter Nicol took gold in the Singles and a bronze in the Doubles with Stuart Cowie.

Team Scotland

Scotland's Alan Clyne & Greg Lobban won gold at the World Doubles Championships in 2016.

Team Scotland

Squash is played by more than 25 million people on nearly 50,000 courts in 185 countries around the world.

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Squash balls are unique in that they need to be ‘warmed up’ by hitting for a few minutes before play begins.

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