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  • Two of #TeamHarrow Make it to Hong Kong Open Finals, Amanda Sobhy and Karim Abdel Gawad

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    The 2016 Hong Hong Open Championships mark the official start of professional squash season, and for the first time in history, Harrow sponsored athletes occupied 3 of the 8 spots in the Semi Finals in this duel World Series event, with Amanda Sobhy and Karim Abdel Gawad making it through to the Finals, and Ryan Cuskelly in the Semi's.

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    Saturday's Semi Finals saw a Harrow vs. Harrow battle, with Karim competing against Ryan Cuskelly, and Gawad ultimately pulling through to a 3-1 win.

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    The men's Round 2 featured #TeamHarrow's Marwan ElShorbagy and Tarek Momen, decked out in ELITE Team gear.

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    In the women's event, Omneya Abdel Kawy made it to the Quarters. While, Round 2 saw a pack of ELITE Team players with Annie Au, Joshna Chinappa and Raneem El Welily.

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    With six Harrow athletes seeded in the top 10, and a dominant performance by all, the Hong Kong Open results certainly signal a strong year for the ELITE Team.

     

    Go #TeamHarrow and good luck in the at China Squash Open!

  • ATHLETE NEWS - AUGUST 2016

     

    Harrow Players at WSF World Doubles

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    Taking place August 15 - 18 in Australia, 2016's WSF World Doubles Squash Championship featured 5 #TeamHarrow players--Ryan Cuskelly, Joshna Chinappa, Rachael Grinham, Alan Clyne, and Donna Urquhart. Cuskelly, Grinham, and Urquhart all hail from Australia, making it an especially momentous competition for the trio.

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    Women’s Doubles – Final
    J.King & A.Landers-Murphy (NZL) def [2] R.Grinham & D.Urquhart (AUS) 11-7, 11-4 (20 mins)

    Men’s Doubles – Final
    A.Clyne & G.Lobban (SCO) def [4] Z.Alexander & D.Palmer (AUS) 11-8, 11-4 (33 mins)

     

    Nele Gilis Gets Third!

     

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    Nele Gillis was invited to play the Kooyong International Invitational  at Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club this year where four of the top men's and women's seeds from the 2016 Victorian Open played for prestige and $10,000 in prize money in a round robin event. Nele placed 3rd and and went on to make it to the quarter finals at the Victorian Open.

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    Al Tamimi Wins Australian Open 2016

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    Congratulations to Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi  for winning the Australian Open 2016 by beating Campbell Grayzon 3-1 #TeamHarrow #Proudtosponsor #HarrowVapor

    Final: Men’s Australian Open 2016

    [3] Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi (QAT) bt [2] Campbell Grayson (NZL) 3-1: 6-11, 11-9, 11-7, 11-5 (49m)

     

    7 Harrow Players are Top Seeds at HKO

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    Running August 23 - 28, the Hong Kong Open marks the first tournament of the season for squash pro, and the first chance to accrue points toward the World Series. Included in the top seeds are ELITE Team members Marwan ElShorbagy, Karim Abdel Gawad, Tarek Momen, Raneem El Welily, Amanda Sobhy,  Omneya Abdel Kawy and Joshna Chinappa.

     

    Chinappa, Kawy Model for Louis Vuitton UNICEF Campaign

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    Featured in Louis Vuitton and UNICEF #MakeAPromise campaign featured 6 of the top international squash players including #TeamHarrow's Joshna Chinappa (center, bottom) and Omneya Abdel Kawy (right) as well as a perfectly placed Harrow Stealth Ultralite Retro Squash Racquet. A specially designed Louis Vuitton Silver Lockit Bracelet and necklace is available, with a portion of proceeds benefitting UNICEF.

  • AL Tamimi Wins Australian Open

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    Congratulations to Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi  for winning the Australian Open 2016 by beating Campbell Grayzon 3-1 #TeamHarrow #Proudtosponsor #HarrowVapor

    Final: Men’s Australian Open 2016

    [3] Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi (QAT) bt [2] Campbell Grayson (NZL) 3-1: 6-11, 11-9, 11-7, 11-5 (49m)

  • Harrow Welcomes New LAX Brand Manager - Mackenzie Baker

    August 10, 2016 [ DENVER, CO ] - Global sporting goods leader Harrow Sports is pleased to announce that Mackenzie Baker, two-time Bryant University Lacrosse Captain, will become the new Harrow Lacrosse Brand Manager beginning August 10, 2016. In this role, Baker will guide the product development and marketing of all lacrosse equipment, apparel, and accessories. Mackenzie comes to Harrow Sports from a Marketing and Events role at RIMES headquarters in New York City, a global financial data management specialist.

    Mackenzie’s dedication to lacrosse as a lifelong athlete and leadership as a collegiate level captain are an asset to our team and a great fit for our company culture,” says Harrow Sports C.E.O. Mark Hayden. “Mackenzie’s in depth knowledge of the sport will direct the vision for the lacrosse brand, realizing the needs and desires of elite lacrosse athletes.”

    “After being a Harrow fan and customer for years, I’m excited and honored to be able to have a say in the future of Harrow Lacrosse,” says Baker. “My goal is to bridge the gap between consumer and brand, and start a two-way dialogue with the greater lacrosse community so that our brand can truly serve them.”

    Before her time at Bryant University, Baker played both field hockey and lacrosse during all four years at Bayport-Blue Point High School where she was captain of both sports.

    Mackenzie will assume her new role at Harrow Sports headquarters in Denver, CO.

  • Create Custom Jerseys & Donate to Charity!

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  • 2016 Victorian Open Squash Championship

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    Nele Gillis was invited to play the Kooyong International Invitational  at Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club this year where four of the top men's and women's seeds from the 2016 Victorian Open played for prestige and $10,000 in prize money in a round robin event. Nele placed 3rd and is now she getting ready for the Victorian Open 2016 that starts on Aug 3rd. Great job Nele and go #TeamHarrow!

    Nele uses the Harrow SPARK

  • Harrow ELITE Team at WSF World Doubles Squash Championship

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    Taking place August 15 - 18 in Australia, 2016's WSF World Doubles Squash Championship will feature 5 #TeamHarrow players--Ryan Cuskelly, Joshna Chinappa, Rachael Grinham, Alan Clyne, and Donna Urquhart. Cuskelly, Grinham, and Urquhart all hail from Australia, making it an especially momentous competition for the trio.

    Check back for coverage of the event. Good luck to all and GO #TEAMHARROW!

  • #MyProRacquet COMING FALL 2016

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    19 New Racquets Will be Unveiled.

    Are you ready for a revolution in racquets?

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  • Happy Birthday to Wee Wern Low!

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    Happiest of Birthdays to #TeamHarrow's Wee Wern Low from everyone at Harrow Sports!

  • Squash at the Olympics Gets High Profile Support

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    Yesterday, on July 19th,  Squashsite broke the story that a member of the British Parliament had introduced a paper for discussion titled "Squash and the Olympic Games" which urged the Houses of Parliament to add the sport to the Games. This is after squash was formally rejected from the Tokyo 2020 Games last September. The squash advocate, Parliament member,  and former Welsh No. 1 is the MP for Neath in Wales, Cristina Rees.

    "Squash is gladiatorial, dynamic, physically demanding and mentally challenging; it is like chess on legs. It teaches players strategy, tactics and how to outmanoeuvre an opponent, so it is an ideal grounding for a political career." - Cristina Rees, MP for Neath in Wales

    The next opportunity for squash to be included in the Olympics is 2024, and the host will be decided in 2017.

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