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WSF Women’s World Teams HISTORY

History of the WWTC events

The “Women’s International Squash Rackets Federation” was formed in 1976 to run regular world competitions for individuals and teams.

The first team event was staged in 1979 in Birmingham, England, six countries entered this inaugural event, with Great Britain coming out on top.

France has hosted this championship once: it was four years ago in Nimes in 2012. The World Squash Federation has awarded the 20th Women’s World Team Squash Championship to France; consequently, the event will be held in Paris and Issy-les-Moulineaux, the first time in the French capital.

France finished 6th at the 2014 Women’s World in Canada.

Ful WWT History

Winners History

Year Venue Country Winners Runners-up
1979 Birmingham England Great Britain Australia
1981 Toronto Canada Australia England
1983 Perth Australia Australia England
1985 Dublin Ireland England New Zealand
1987 Auckland New Zealand England Australia
1989 Warmond Netherlands England Australia
1990 Sydney Australia England Australia
1992 Vancouver Canada Australia New Zealand
1994 St Peter Port Guernsey Australia England
1996 Petaling Jaya Malaysia Australia England
1998 Stuttgart Germany Australia England
2000 Sheffield England England Australia
2002 Odense Denmark Australia England
2004 Amsterdam Netherlands Australia England
2006 Edmonton Canada England Egypt
2008 Cairo Egypt Egypt England
2010 Palmerston North New Zealand Australia England
2012 Nimes France Egypt England
2014 Niagara Canada England Malaysia
2016 Paris France Egypt England

Complete History (pdf)

Complete History (pdf)