28th October - 29th October 2019

Gold Junior Squash Camp – Half Term



28th October - 29th October 2019
10:00 AM

age range

10 - 18


Advanced Junior


Workout Harbourside
Welsh Back

Tournament preparation camp

This camp will focus on the most important elements for successful performances in junior Tournaments. With the British junior championships at the end of this week and many more event ahead for the season come and join us fo two days of Match Tactics / Shot selection / Mental preparation / warm up and knock up fundamentals.

Our coaching team will be joined by current PSA professionals who will join the routines and games with the juniors while also adding insights of their own learnings from competing on the world tour. 

  • 2 x lead elitesquash coaches
  • 1 x professional player / coach
  • lunch included
  • personal report
  • camp plan
  • dunlop elitesquash t shirt

Camp cancellation policy – 14 days for a full refund


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Technique development during summer camps

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From Los Angeles to Bristol – a players experience

by Josh Goldstein

I work as an immigration lawyer in the U.S., helping athletes, including professional squash players and coaches get green cards and work visas. But I decided to get away from my desk onto the court to work my own squash game for a change. When I first decided to come to Bristol to train with…

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29 Hours in Bristol

by Hannes Schoeman

After a very cold winters morning drop-off at 04:45am in Cambridgeshire, about 30 minutes from Royston, I took the bus at 05:05am to Bristol via London. My stopover in London was cut short when I was luckily allowed to board an earlier bus than intended – score! Whilst travelling (collectively) for 5 hours I was…

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by Tom Ford

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