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Squash - 21. November 2011.

Women to be included in the Tournament of Champions

The world's largest squash spectator event, the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, announced today that the 2012 championships will include a women's professional draw in addition to the
men's PSA World Series Gold championship draw. "We are absolutely thrilled
that we are able to host the top professional women squash players in
addition the best men's players for the upcoming championships," says John
Nimick, president of Squash Engine, Inc., the event promoter. "The inclusion
of the top ranking players from both the men's and women's professional
tours is especially fitting given the iconic status of the J.P. Morgan
Tournament of Champions in the global squash community."  Recognized by
Yahoo last week as one of the top ten of the world's "most unusual sports
venues," the J.P Morgan Tournament of Champions will take place January
20-26, 2012 in Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal.

Sanctioned by the Women's Squash Association (WSA), the J.P. Morgan
Tournament of Champions women's draw will feature a 16-player main draw and
a 16-player qualification tournament.   

Individual tickets and patron packages are available at www.tocsquash.com

JP Morgan, a global financial services company, is returning as the title
sponsor and Lexington Partners as a gold sponsor. New sponsors supporting
the event are silver sponsors NBC Universal and Sea Island and bronze
sponsor New York Observer. The JP Morgan Tournament of Champions is also
supported by returning sponsors Cayman Islands, Rums of Puerto Rico, Big
Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Dunlop, Campbell Apartment, Columbia
Hospital, New York Life and the St. Giles Hotel. The tournament's official
charities are the urban youth enrichment programs StreetSquash and
CitySquash. The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions is operated by Squash
Engine, Inc. an affiliate of long time management company Event Engine,
Inc., the largest commercial squash promotional company in the world. 

Website: www.tocsquash.com


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