SQUASH MAD - Alan Thatcher
Alan's dedication and commitment to promoting Squash all over the world is unlike anything this sport has seen in its history.
Based in the UK, Alan reaches out to Squash identities all around the world to tell their story and share the development of the sport in all countries.
Alan is recognised in his passion for the sport with his key role in World Squash Day. His passion is to see 10 million new players from around the world sign up to play the sport across the period of 10 years.
Check out Alan's work via the following platforms -
Website - https://squashmad.com/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/squashmadwebsite/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/SquashMadDotCom
The team at Sportageous do an outstanding job reaching out to sports professionals around the world and providing them with a platform to tell their story with in-depth, insightful and smart conversations. Check out their details via the following links -
Seize the Light - Craig Stewart
Craig is a talented, passionate and gifted volunteer in the Squash Australia Community. He is a vital piece cog in the promotion of the sport and is well known and respected for his work around the country. Based in South East Queensland, Craig takes photos at all events at the Australian National Squash Centre and is heavily involved in Centres around the SE Queensland region.
Craig's reputation has pushed to the International Stage with valuable recognition from key Australian players from all over the world and Australia.
Check out his work via the following digital media platforms
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/5qua5hF4n/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/5qua5hF4n
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