Glen Wilson (squash)

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Glen Wilson
Nickname(s) Unit
Country  New Zealand
Residence Auckland
Born (1971-03-26) 26 March 1971 (age 43)
Upper Hutt
Men's Singles
Highest ranking 24
Last updated on: 20 December 2011.

Glen Wilson (born 26 March 1971 in Upper Hutt) is a squash coach and former professional squash player from New Zealand.

As a player, Wilson was a three-time New Zealand national champion, and reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 24.[1]

He won a mixed doubles Bronze Medal at the 1998 Commonwealth Games (partnering Sarah Cook), a mixed doubles Gold Medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games (partnering Leilani Joyce), and a mixed doubles Silver Medal at the 2004 World Doubles Squash Championships (partnering Shelley Kitchen).[2]

Wilson is currently the head pro of Club Atwater in Montreal.[1]

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