Soli Colah

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Soli Colah is ex-international Squash player who has represented India in the inaugural 1976 World Cup Open in Karachi and at the World Amateur Championships at Edgbaston and London 1976 and The World Cup Open 1979. Known for his creative stroke play and being amongst the hardest hitters of the ball, he was also the quickest player on the Indian courts in his time, being affectionately known in the Squash fraternity as Soli the Goli.

Soli is a management trainer specializing in cultural diversity issues and international business etiquette. Originally from Mumbai and an alumnus from Campion School, he resides in the Nilgiris where he is a Consultant for educational institutions, training teachers and students there.

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