Women’s Squash Week at Meadow Park Sports Centre!


Sep 19


Meadow Park Sports Centre and the Whistler Squash Club team up to offer  FREE Women’s Squash Week event on September 19th

Squash B.C. is hosting the 3rd annual Women’s Squash Week across the province with events geared toward providing women an opportunity to try the game of squash. Carol and Sage Eberhard will be Whistler’s 2019 ambassadors and hosts of the Women’s Squash Week event here in Whistler.  Meadow Park Sports Centre and the Whistler Squash Club will join 25 other B.C. clubs and facilities hosting a Women’s Squash Week event. These events are about encouraging women and girls of all ages and skill levels to participate in squash in a fun, non-competitive, social environment.

“The idea is to inspire women to try a new sport or get back on court after an extended absence,” says Eberhard.

Whistler and Pemberton women are invited to step out onto the court for free on Thursday, September 19th from 6:00-8:00 pm at Meadow Park Sports Centre.

Squash racquets and goggles will be available to borrow, so all that is needed is athletic wear and non-marking shoes.

To register: Click Here!

An estimated 7,500 British Columbians are involved in squash, according to Squash BC.

For more information about Women’s Squash Week or to find another participating club, visit squashbc.com.

Facts about Squash:

  • It has been labelled the healthiest sport: Forbes Magazine crowned squash as the world’s healthiest sport — rated against criteria that pushes a players’ strength, fitness, balance and agility to the limit.
  • 30 minutes on the squash court will provide an impressive cardio-respiratory workout that works for the time-crunched person.
  • It is a calorie burner: A game of squash can burn up to 517 calories in 30 minutes or more than 1,000 calories in an hour.
  • Squash is good for the heart: Scientists at the University of Rochester report that playing this kind of racket sport for just three hours per week can lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of developing heart complications.
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