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Hockey is one of sports enthusiasts favorite pastimes. It involves great skill and the ability to balance on a slippery surface while playing. There are records that indicate that there is and has been some form of the game played for more than 4,000 years. Keeping up with all the statistics and history can be a bit difficult though. No worries, we're here with a few hockey facts that will be sure to convince your friends and family that you know about the game.  1. Hockey is one of the most intense sports around, physically draining the body of water and nutrients....

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Mark Griffin has been a passionate supporter of racquetball for most of his life. Despite dedicating his career to business, Griffin has never lost his love for racquetball, and that is reflected in his generous support of the sport over the years. The President of Lewis Drug was recently honored at the United States Open Racquetball Championships in Minnesota.Griffin was presented with an award to reflect his lifetime of dedication to racquetball. This lifetime achievement award has never been given out in the sport of racquetball. It highlights the mutual affection between the racquetball community and Mark Griffin. They recognize...

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There's a sports buzz going on in India right now, one that's sure to impact the entire world if it gains traction. The sport in question? None other than squash. A string of wins in recent international tournaments seems to have created a squash renaissance in South Asia. After clinching gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in the women's double tournament this year, Joshana Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal look set to become stars of the sport. Meanwhile, Saurav Ghosal, Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu, Kush Kuamr and Mahesh Manaonkar Mahesh of the Indian men's team won gold at the Asian...

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  With 2014 ending and a new year of squash competitions around the corner, we here at Clutch wanted to run down ten of our favorite moments from this year in squash:   Laura Massaro vs. Nour El Sherbini Amr Shabana vs. Max Lee Mohamed El Shorbagy vs. Adrian Waller Sabrinha Sobhy vs. Camille Serme Simon Rosner vs. Gregory Gaultier Camille Serme vs. Yathreb Adel Mahesh Mangaonkar vs. Lance Beddoes Omar Mosaad vs. Nicolas Mueller Nick Matthew vs. Fares Dessouki Amr Shabana vs. Nick Matthew   Love squash? Check out the top products our squash athletes are purchasing:   

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Despite being 35 years old, Amr Shabana is still one of the best squash players in the world. In a sport where fitness, mobility, and reflexes are of utmost importance, his longevity is an incredible achievement. While other athletes may be considering retirement at 35, Shabana is still hoping to win one more World Title before he hangs up his racket.The record for the oldest player to win a World Title is held by Geoff Hunt, who won his last title in 1980 at the age of 34. Shabana is currently 35, and though he did not manage to get past the...

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