World Juniors you said? By WorldSquash Library

The Egyptian View….

In August 2004, 16-year-old CIB Ramy Ashour became the title’s youngest ever winner – the Egyptian progressing to become the event’s first double champion in 2006.

By 2019, the men‘s title had been won by Egyptians 14 times, with 10 Egyptians taking the supreme award.

An impressive run began in 2003 when Omneya Abdel Kawy became Egypt’s first women’s champion.

The country went on to provide all but one of the winners to date, with Nour El Sherbini securing the title for a record third time in 2013 after becoming the all-time youngest-ever world champion at 13 in 2009: overall, 8 Egyptian young ladies won the event….

(thanks Howard Harding and World Squash Library for the info)


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