Started by Andrew Shelley, this website and service was launched in late October 2019.
Its aim is to collect magazines, books, tournament programmes that cover the wonderful history of squash.
The library can be visited in person, but only via strict appointment. The library hopes to digitize much of its resources in the coming years.
For more information go to SquashLibrary.info and spend some time browsing the site. The list of squash books is particularly interesting.
I woke up one morning and had an idea for a website in my head, so I built Version 1 of this site (no longer updated). It was really a site with a random generator to visit squash-related websites. To do that I needed a simple list of sites, which I added in a list page.
It then became clear that the real value of the site was the actual link list. Instead of having three simple lists; Players, YouTube channels and Websites, if I created a filterable and orderable list, that would be much more useful.
I originally thought that I would separate the list and random generator into two websites, but the "Discover Squash" name was so versatile that I deciced to keep the list and random generator on one page/site.
Please send an email to [email protected] to have your link added to the site.
It's not a requirement of being added to DiscoverSquash, but I'd be grateful if you could link back to DiscoverSquash.com somewhere on your site. That way more people will get to hear of it.
Hi!, My name is Phillip and I call myself a "Remote Squash Coach". I create squash-related content for use online.
I used to be a professional squash coach and was lucky enough to work and play with the biggest names in squash. You can learn more about me on my website: SquashCoachPhillip.com