WSF World Team Squash Championships

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WSF World Team Squash Championships
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2016 Women's World Team Squash Championships
Logo World Squash.jpg
Sport Squash
Founded M : 1967
W : 1976
No. of teams 32 (maximum)
Countries WSF members
Continent International (WSF)
Most recent
champion(s)
M :  England (5th title)
W :  Egypt (3rd title)
Most titles M :  Australia (8 titles)
W :  Australia (9 titles)
TV partner(s) WorldSquashTV
Official website Men's World Team
Women's World Team
Squash

The WSF World Team Squash Championships are an international squash competition organised by the World Squash Federation (WSF) and played between teams representing different nations. Countries enter teams of three or four players to represent them in the championships. In each round of the competition, teams face each other in a best-of-three singles matches contest. The competition is held once every two years, with the venue changing each time. Normally the men's and women's events are held separately in different years in two different locations.

Men's honours[edit]

Source:[1]

Year Champions Runners-up Third-Place Fourth-Place Location[2]
2017 France Marseille, France[citation needed]
2015 Cancelled [3] Egypt Cairo, Egypt[3]
2013[4]  England  Egypt  France  Australia France Mulhouse, France
2011  Egypt  England  Australia  France Germany Paderborn, Germany
2009  Egypt  France  Australia  England Denmark Odense, Denmark
2007  England  Australia  France  Egypt India Chennai, India
2005  England  Egypt  France Canada Canada Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
2003  Australia  France  England  Egypt Austria Vienna, Austria
2001  Australia  Egypt  England Scotland Scotland Australia Melbourne, Australia
1999  Egypt Wales Wales  England  Australia Egypt Cairo, Egypt
1997  England Canada Canada  Australia  Egypt Malaysia Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
1995  England Pakistan Pakistan  Egypt  Australia Egypt Cairo, Egypt
1993 Pakistan Pakistan  Australia  England Finland Finland Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan
1991  Australia  England Finland Finland  Egypt Finland Helsinki, Finland
1989  Australia Pakistan Pakistan  England New Zealand New Zealand Singapore Singapore
1987 Pakistan Pakistan New Zealand New Zealand  England  Australia England London, England
1985 Pakistan Pakistan New Zealand New Zealand  Australia  England Egypt Cairo, Egypt
1983 Pakistan Pakistan  England  Australia  Egypt New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
1981 Pakistan Pakistan  Australia  Egypt  England Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
1979 United Kingdom Great Britain Pakistan Pakistan  Australia  Egypt Australia Brisbane, Australia
1977 Pakistan Pakistan New Zealand New Zealand  Egypt United Kingdom Great Britain Canada Toronto, Canada
1976 United Kingdom Great Britain Pakistan Pakistan  Australia  Egypt England Birmingham, England
1973  Australia United Kingdom Great Britain South Africa South Africa New Zealand New Zealand South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa
1971  Australia United Kingdom Great Britain Pakistan Pakistan  Egypt New Zealand Palmerston North, New Zealand
1969  Australia United Kingdom Great Britain South Africa South Africa Pakistan Pakistan England Birmingham, England
1967  Australia United Kingdom Great Britain New Zealand New Zealand South Africa South Africa Australia Melbourne, Australia

Women's honours[edit]

Source:[5]

Year Champions Runners-up Third-Place Venue[6]
2016 Egypt Egypt England England France France
Hong KongHong Kong
France Paris, France
2014 England England Malaysia Malaysia Egypt Egypt Canada Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada
2012 Egypt Egypt England England Malaysia Malaysia France Nîmes, France
2010 Australia Australia England England Malaysia Malaysia New Zealand Palmerston North, New Zealand
2008 Egypt Egypt England England Malaysia Malaysia Egypt Cairo, Egypt
2006 England England Egypt Egypt Malaysia Malaysia Canada Edmonton, Canada
2004 Australia Australia England England New Zealand New Zealand Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
2002 Australia Australia England England New Zealand New Zealand Denmark Odense, Denmark
2000 England England Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand England Sheffield, England
1998 Australia Australia England England New Zealand New Zealand Germany Stuttgart, Germany
1996 Australia Australia England England South Africa South Africa Malaysia Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
1994 Australia Australia England England South Africa South Africa Guernsey Saint Peter Port, Guernsey
1992 Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand England England Canada Vancouver, Canada
1990 England England Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand Australia Sydney, Australia
1989 England England Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand Netherlands Warmond, Netherlands
1987 England England Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
1985 England England New Zealand New Zealand Australia Australia Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland
1983 Australia Australia England England New Zealand New Zealand Australia Perth, Australia
1981 Australia Australia England England New Zealand New Zealand Canada Toronto, Canada
1979 United Kingdom Great Britain Australia Australia Republic of Ireland Ireland England Birmingham, England

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men's World Team Championship" (PDF). worldsquash.org. [dead link]
  2. ^ "6. Summary of Venues" (PDF). World Men's Team Championship. World Squash. p. 59. Retrieved 24 January 2016. [dead link]
  3. ^ a b http://squashsite.tumblr.com/post/138151341588/mwt15cancelled
  4. ^ "World Men's Team Squash Championships 2013: Results". Mulhouse World Cup 2013. Retrieved 17 January 2015. 
  5. ^ "5. Final Positions" (PDF). World Women's Team Championship. World Squash Federation. pp. 34–36. Retrieved 15 February 2017. 
  6. ^ "6. Summary of Venues" (PDF). World Women's Team Championship. World Squash Federation. p. 36. Retrieved 15 February 2017. 

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