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2007 World Class Squash Camp at Wesleyan University


Mike Way, head coach of the World Class Squash Camp held at Wesleyan University from July 8 through August 3, 2007, provides his valuable instruction to one of the campers.  Way is the former coach of Jonathan Power, who held the number-one ranking in the world for about six years before retiring recently.


One of the highly regarded guest professionals to add their expertise during camp, John White is a former number-one player in the world and currently ranked ninth.  Other guest pros during the camp include LJ Anjema , who is the Dutch National champion and currently ranked 23rd ; Shahier Razik, who represents Canada and is currently ranked 26th in the world ; and Graham Ryding, a former top-10 who remains ranked among the world's top 30.


John White discusses the finer art of squash racquet construction with Jon Goldstein, the coach of the Loomis-Chaffee School (South Windsor, Conn.)  squash program and a coach at the 2007 World Class Squash Camp.