2018 World Masters of Squash Program V2

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Table of Contents

10 Essentials 2 Tournament Welcome from Jacques Fontaine 4 Tournament Welcome from Russ Cronberg 6 Tournament Welcome from Kevin Klipstein 8 Check-in Procedure 10 US Squash Club Locker 11 Event Schedule 12 Finals Schedule 13 Draws 35-59 14 Draws 60-80+ 16 Rules and Regs from WSF 18-19 Facilities and Lodging 20 Transportation Schedule 22-23 Practice Court Schedule 27 Boar’s Head Resort Map 29 McArthur Squash Center Map 30-31 St. Anne’s-Belfield School 33 Nations Cup 34-35 Medical Services 36 Tournament Services 38-39 Officials and Organizing Committee 41 Key Personnel 43-44 Dining Options 45 Restaurants, Attractions, and Things to Do 49-63

Tournament Welcome from Jacques Fontaine

World Masters Squash Players & Fans, It is a great pleasure to extend a very warm welcome on behalf of the WSF to all players, referees, sponsors, press, and spectators attending the 14th WSF World Masters Championships. We are especially pleased to have the World Masters event taking place in the USA, where the growth of the game is truly remarkable. I am sure that you will find the facilities at the Boar’s Head Sports Club second to none. Players and spectators alike will enjoy a great atmosphere and exceptional hospitality. Our thanks go to Championship Director Mark Allen and to the local organizing committee, to the sponsors, to the clubs, to US Squash, and most importantly to all the volunteers who have contributed to staging such a large World Championship. Indeed, with several hundred entries from over fifty countries, this is a truly worldwide gala. As we go forward with our efforts to secure a place for squash in the 2024 Olympic Games, which is a top priority for all of us. Players in Charlottesville can help inspire and motivate younger generations and give them a chance of being part of the Olympic dream. So do please take every opportunity to speak strongly of the virtues of squash, a sport of today and of tomorrow. Squash is a sport that is universal, healthy, athletic, and, as seen from the entries into this Championship, a pursuit that maintains its popularity as the years advance. Your voice is crucial for the future of the game we cherish. My very best wishes on behalf of WSF to all involved, especially the players. Have a very enjoyable and successful event, reinforce old friendships, and make new ones. We look forward to resuming the challenge in Wroclaw in 2020. Jacques Fontaine President World Squash Federation

Tournament Welcome from Russ Cronberg

World Masters Squash Players & Fans, Welcome to Boar’s Head Resort right here in historic Charlottesville, Virginia, USA! Our entire staff is excited to host the 2018 World Masters Squash Championships which will bring in players from more than 50 countries. You will quickly find that our commitment to the sport of squash is extraordinary. As participants and fans, you will get to experience one of the finest squash facilities in the world. Completed less than five years ago, these courts are home to the University of Virginia men’s and women’s teams, as well as to the numerous local enthusiasts. To add to the pre-eminence of this facility, we just completed construction of an extraordinary five court expansion. You will be some of the first to test your skills on these mint condition playing floors. The amenities don’t stop with McArthur Squash Center. Boar’s Head Resort is located in one of the most vibrant and entertaining cities in the eastern United States. Take a left turn out of the resort and you will run into Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive, which offer scenically magnificent driving tours and hiking trails that extend 100 miles to the north. A right turn will lead you into the historic grounds of the University of Virginia and the lively heart of Charlottesville, our downtown pedestrian mall. If you are still looking for more, within a 15 mile radius of Boar’s Head, you can also find a vast selection of wineries and breweries with tastings rivaled only by their scenic surroundings. We hope you find great joy in our 573-acre resort. We invite you to experience the nature of Boar’s Head with a walk on one of our nature trails or book a host of other adventurers with our Boar’s Head Outfitters team. Looking for a bite to eat? Check out the poolside Firefly Grill and Racquets Restaurant at the Sports Club or grab a burger and brew with a view over at Birdwood Grill. And there’s no better way to cap off a strenuous day on the courts than with a relaxing visit to our Boar’s Head Spa. We are proud of all that Boar’s Head Resort and Charlottesville offers to our visitors. If you need anything at all, please speak with one of our friendly team members. We will gladly lead you in the right direction. Once again, welcome to Boar’s Head Resort in Charlottesville. And good luck in your draw! Best Regards, Russ Cronberg General Manager Boar’s Head Resort

Thank You Tournament Sponsors

Tournament Welcome from Kevin Klipstein

Dear Competitors, It is my pleasure to welcome each of you to the first World Masters Championships hosted in the United States. This event showcases what a unique community squash creates— we all feel the same passion for the game regardless of whether we play league matches together or come from countries on the opposite side of the globe. I am excited to finally join this event as a first-time competitor; while I may not knock out any legends of the game from my draw, I look forward to spending time with fellow competitors on and off the court in the shared spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship. At every opportunity I encourage you to thank representatives from the tournament host locations the McArthur Squash Center, the Boar’s Head Resort and St. Anne’s Belfield. The boosters who support these locations have built a grand stage. These are world-class facilities, perfect for showcasing the exceptional squash that will be on display all week. No one has done more to make this event happen than Championship Director Mark Allen. The local staff and committees have also worked tirelessly over the past year to create an exceptional tournament experience—please thank them too. I am grateful also for the efforts of everyone working on site, including but not limited to our US Squash staff members, the tournament officials, maintenance staff, caterers, and the bartenders, who will have been briefed on what to expect when this many squash players end up in the same location together! At US Squash we constantly strive to foster community and celebrate excellence. I can’t think of a tournament that better embodies these ideals than the World Masters. We hope you take advantage of everything the event has to offer and that we have the privilege to host many times more. Best of luck on court, and please enjoy your time with old friends while making new ones. Sincerely, Kevin Klipstein President & CEO, US Squash

Check-In Procedure

On arrival in Charlottesville all participants should visit the Board Room at Boar’s Head Pavilion to complete the tournament registration process. Registration is July 27 to July 30, from 11:00am to 5:00pm each day. During this process our registration staff, Liz, Andrea, Chloe, Valerie, Diane and Sue will do all of the following: 1. A passport check to make sure you are entered in the right division based on the date of birth showing on your passport page. In the event of this being in dispute then WSF Technical delegate Julian Harniess will make the necessary ruling. 2. Give you your tournament “welcome bag” that includes your tournament t-shirt and $20 Shops at Stonefield gift card. 3. Issue your tournament ID badge/lanyard. The lanyard clearly identifies if you have signed up to use our bus service or not and will need to be shown when you board the bus. If you have a guest with you for the event and they are signed up for the event transportation then make sure you collect their id badge and lanyard as part of your registration process. 4. Confirm the date, time and court number of your first match. 5. Confirm the function tickets that you have signed up for (though these will only be collected at the event itself). 6. Double check if you are booked on a return shuttle to Dulles or Richmond and if so on what day & time. 7. Collect any outstanding (cash only) payments that are necessary. This is only relevant for those that signed up for transport or tickets after our online store closed on July 2. 8. Collect a whattsapp/cell phone number that we might be able to reach you on in the event of an emergency. 9. Walk you through the use of clublocker from US Squash. This website is easy to navigate and is by far the best way of making sure you know when and where your next match is. 10. Cover some tournament essentials and answer any initial questions that you might need answered. For those that arrive too late to go through registration process at the Pavilion then you can do this at the Tournament Operations Desk at McArthur Squash Center.

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Event Schedule

26 July - Thursday

Practice Courts at MSC | 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

27 July - Friday

Practice Courts at MSC | 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Tournament Registration (at BH Pavilion) | 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

28 July - Saturday

Practice Courts at MSC | 8:00 a.m - 8:00 p.m. Tournament Registration (at BH Pavilion) | 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Welcome Reception (Three Notch’d Brewing Co.) | 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

29 July - Sunday (Day 1)

Tournament Registration (at BH Pavilion) | 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Matches at MSC | 12:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Practice Courts at St. Anne’s | 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

30 July - Monday (Day 2)

Matches at MSC | 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Tournament Registration (at BH Pavilion) | 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Practice Courts at St. Anne’s | 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Opening Ceremony (at BH) | 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

31 July - Tuesday (Day 3)

Matches (Both Venues) | 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

1 August - Wednesday (Day 4)

Matches (Both Venues) | 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

2 August - Thursday (Day 5)

Matches (Both Venues) | 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. BBQ Cook Out (at BH) | 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

3 August - Friday (Day 6)

Matches (Official Draw) at MSC | 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Social Squash (Unofficial) at St. Anne’s | 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

4 August - Saturday (Day 7)

Finals Day Matches at MSC | 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Closing Ceremony (at BH) | 7:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.

5 August - Sunday Players depart

Finals Schedule






9:30 a.m.

M75-79 Final

M75-79 3rd/4th

W75+ Final

W75 + 3rd/4th

10:10 a.m.

M65-69 Final

M65-69 3rd/4th

W65-69 Final

W65-69 3rd/4th

10:50 a.m.

M55-59 Final

M55-59 3rd/4th

W55-59 Final

W55-59 3rd/4th

11:30 a.m.

Ceremony 1

M45-49 3rd/4th

W45-49 Final

W45-49 3rd/4th

12:10 p.m.

M45-49 Final

M35-39 3rd/4th

W35-39 Final

W35-39 3rd/4th

12:50 p.m.

M35-39 Final

M80+ 3rd/4th

W70-74 Final

W70-74 3rd/4th

1:30 p.m.

M80+ Final

M70-74 3rd/4th

2:10 p.m.

Ceremony 2

2:50 p.m.

M70-74 Final

M60-64 3rd/4th

W60-64 Final

W60-64 3rd/4th

3:30 p.m.

M60-64 Final

M50-54 3rd/4th

W50-54 Final

W50-54 3rd/4th

4:10 p.m.

M50-54 Final

M40-44 3rd/4th

W40-44 Final

W40-44 3rd/4th

4:50 p.m.

M40-44 Final

5:30 p.m.

Ceremony 3

Ceremony 1 Medal presentation (in order) W75+, M75-79, W65-69, M65-69, W55-59, & M55-59. Ceremony 2 Medal presentation (in order) W45-49, M45-49, W35-39, M35-39, W70-74, & M80+. Ceremony 3 Medal presentation (in order) M70-74, W60-64, M60-64, W50-54, M50-54, W40-44, & M40-44.

Draws Ages 35 to 59

Women’s 35-39 Main Draw Consolation Plate 2 Men’s 35-39 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Second Consolation Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Women’s 40-44 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Men’s 40-44 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Second Consolation Plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Women’s 45-49 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Plate 3 Men’s 45-49 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Third Consolation Third Consolation Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Women’s 50-54 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Plate 3 Men’s 50-54 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Third Consolation Third Consolation Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Women’s 55-59 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Plate 3 Men’s 55-59 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Third Consolation Third Consolation Plate Plate 1 Plate 2

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Draws Age 60 to 80+

Women’s 60-64 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Men’s 60-64 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Third Consolation Third Consolation Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Women’s 65-69 Main Draw 5-8 Place Play-off Plate 13-16 Place Play-off Men’s 65-69 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Second Consolation Plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Women’s 70-74 Main Draw Consolation Plate 2 Men’s 70-74 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Second Consolation Second Consolation Plate Plate 2 Plate 3 Women’s 75+ Round Robin Men’s 75-79 Main Draw Consolation Classic Plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Plate 3 Men’s 80+ Main Draw Consolation Plate 1 Plate 2


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Rules and Regs from WSF

Championships Information

The Championships will be conducted under the World Squash Federation (WSF) World Championship Regulations.

Playing Regulations

All matches will be best of 5 games, point-a-rally scoring to 11. 19� tins will be used for all events. All players should report to the relevant venue Tournament Office 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of every match. A player may be disqualified and the match awarded to the opponent if he or she arrives 10 minutes or more after the scheduled start time or after the court becomes available, if later. All players must wear appropriate squash clothing and non-marking shoes conforming to WSF regulations. Players will be exempt from wearing protective eyewear, as required in USA, but only if they sign a risk waiver at the registration desk prior to playing their opening match. By submitting an entry form for the WSF World Masters Squash Championships 2018 players agree to abide by the Rules and Regulations governing the Championships and declare as set out in section 17 below that they are aware of the Anti-Doping regulations and procedures as set out in Section W and Appendix G of the WSF World Championship Regulations. Under these regulations you accept that you may be tested at any stage of the Championships and will be subject to the penalties set out in the World Championship Regulations if the test(s) prove positive. This declaration also covers participation in Plate Events as applicable to this Championship. All players enter and compete in the Championships at their own risk. The event organisers, the host venues, the sponsors, US Squash, and the WSF accept no liability whatsoever for injury or loss arising from participation in the Championships.

It is strongly recommended that all participants and non-players take out suitable insurance to cover themselves in the event of injury, loss, illness, or accident. Players who book tickets on behalf of non-players do so at their own risk. The event organizers, the sponsors, US Squash, and the WSF accept no liability whatsoever for injury or loss incurred by a nonplayer arising from their presence at any of the functions, the venues, or from using the tournament transport. Each player will have a minimum of 3 scheduled matches where possible. Players are expected to complete all scheduled matches and compete in all eligible plate draws and play-off matches as per WSF Regulation W12.

Official Ball

The WSF Championship ball, Dunlop double yellow dot, will be used for all matches in all age categories.


Officially qualified referees will be present throughout the Championships. However, all players are very likely to be required to mark/referee throughout the seven days of play. On completion of a match, unless told otherwise by tournament officials, the two players should always presume that they are required to ref/mark the next match on their court. The tournament policy is that the winner will referee and the loser will mark. Each player will have a minimum of 3 scheduled matches where possible. Players are expected to complete all scheduled matches and compete in all eligible plate draws and play-off matches as per WSF Regulation W12.

Facilities and Lodging

Boar’s Head Resort 200 Ednam Drive Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Tel: +1 (434) 326-4546 website McArthur Squash Center* 200 Wellington Drive Charlottesville, VA 22903 Tel: +1 (434) 972-6009 website Holiday Inn* 1901 Emmet Street Charlottesville, Virginia 22901 Tel: +1 (434) 977-7700 website Homewood Suites* 2036 India Drive Charlottesville, Virginia 22901 Tel: +1 (434) 244-6200 website Hyatt Place* 2100 Bond Street Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Tel (from US): 800-993-5751 Tel (non US): +1 (434) 995-5200 website UVA Dorms* Cauthen House Dormitory 450 Treehouse Drive Charlottesville, Virginia 22904 website *On Transportation Loop

St. Anne’s-Belfield School* Greenway Rise Campus 2132 Ivy Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Tel: +1 (434) 296-5106 website Episcopal High School 1200 North Quaker Lane Alexandria, Virginia 22302 Tel: +1 (703) 933-3000 website Courtyard Charlottesville University Medical Center 1201 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Tel: +1 (434) 977-1700 website Hampton Inn Charlottesville 2035 India Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22901 Tel: +1 (434) 978-7888 website Hilton Garden Inn 1793 Richmond Road Charlottesville Virginia 22911 Tel: +1 (434) 979-4442 website

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Transportation Schedule

Transportation Loop between Squash Venues and Hotels (UVA)

The UVa Charter Service will run a loop from July 28 to August 4. The first bus departs McArthur at 7:00am each day, and the last bus departs 10:00pm (with the service terminating back at MSC just before 11:00pm). On August 4, the service extends to 2:00am (with the service terminating back at MSC just before 2:00am). Depart Time

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Coach Service to/from Three Notch’d Welcome Reception on Saturday July 28

Two coaches will depart McArthur Squash Center at 4:30pm making the usual hotel stops. The same two coaches will depart Three Notch’d at 8:30pm. Please refer to the TRANPORTATION page on the website for precise schedules. Coach Service drop-off to Richmond & Dulles Airport, August 2-5 If you have booked this service you have been sent information by email – if not please email wmsquash2018@gmail.com. Mini Bus Shuttle between Squash Venues (St. Anne’s-Belfield School Bus) This service runs at all the times listed on the right hand page on July 31, August 1 & August 2 This shuttle runs at the times listed in BLUE ONLY on July 29, 30 & August 3 Schedule on following page.

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Practice Court Schedule with Availability Table

MSC1 – MSC12 The majority of our regular courts at McArthur Squash Center will be available on a first come first served basis for practice on July 26-28 as per the table below. We will not be taking advanced booking for these. We ask that if players are waiting for a court then you limit your practice time to a maximum of 30 minutes. MSCG1 & MSCG2 The two show courts cannot be reserved in advance of your arrival in Charlottesville, however once here you may reserve a practice time on the paper sign-up sheet outside the court. To keep the process fair, do not reserve the court on behalf of those that have not arrived. Practice times are 25-40 minutes (depending on the day) and players should go at least two to the court. Please only reserve one practice time per day and only reserve a show court for practice if your likely path through the draw has you playing on one. The show courts can be reserved one day ahead but no further. If you have reserved a show court for the next day but then find you no longer require it then please remember to cancel your booking to make it available for someone else.


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MSCG1 + G2*


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Recover your body’s natural harmony after a long day on the

courts with a relaxing experience at the Boar’s Head Spa. Our renowned treatments combine new technologies with some of the same plants used by Thomas Jefferson when he walked these rolling parts decades ago. Book your visit today by calling (434) 972-2253 or just dial extension 2253 from your room phone. BoarsHeadResort.com/Spa

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Boar’s Head Resort Map 1. McArthur Squash Center 2. Pavilion Board Room (tournament registration)



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St. Anne’s-Belfield School

Matches being played at St. Anne’s Belfield are shown with “ST” preceding the court number. St. Anne’s-Belfield School is a local prep school just 2.3 miles from Boar’s Head and will act as our secondary venue for the event. The school has two local campuses and it is important to note that the 5 ASB squash courts are located at the Greenway Rise Campus. For directions and a map please follow the link below. Once you turn in to St. Anne’s entrance on Ivy Road follow the hill upwards and the direction to the courts will be clearly signposted. The St. Anne’s facility will open for practice on Sunday, July 29; it will not be available prior to this date. Practice courts will be available from 10:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. on July 29 & July 30. Our tournament schedule has matches taking place at St. Anne’s on July 31, August 1, and August 2–and then all matches will move to McArthur on semi-finals day (Friday, August 3). The majority of matches played at St. Anne’s will be plate matches. Tournament Director Harry Smith and Assistant Tournament Director Grant White will be running all matches played at the St. Anne’s venue. There is plenty of parking adjacent to the squash building, and those signed up for our transportation service will be able to get to and from St. Anne’s using either the ST. ANNE’S SHUTTLE or the UTS TRANSPORT LOOP service. St. Anne’s will have light refreshments available for purchase in the form of Gatorade, energy bars, bananas, etc. One of our tournament sponsors, Ivy Provisions, is just a 2-3 minute walk away. They will be offering tournament discounts and daily specials to satisfy the breakfast and lunch cravings of anyone playing at the St. Anne’s venue. Please note that shower and changing facilities at the St. Anne’s venue are extremely limited. We recommend that players shower back at their hotel or at McArthur Squash Center. Click here for a map and directions to St. Anne’s-Belfield School.

Nations Cup

The Nations Cup is an informal team element of the WSF World Masters Championship.


The Nations Cup will consist of two divisions: 1. Division I: For teams entering 10 or more players in the World Masters Championships. 2. Division II: For teams entering 9 or fewer players in the World Masters Championships. The aim of the competition is to generate team spirit among each country’s players. The tournament committee also hopes that the Nations Cup will provide all players, not just the medal winners, the opportunity to play a part for their country. Any player who reaches the round of the last 16 or better, or who wins a plate competition, will be eligible to earn points for his or her team. This is a much broader based measure than a simple medals table. Each country will appoint a team “Nations Cup Captain.” Names of Nations Cup Captains, once confirmed, will be posted on the tournament website.


Division I (countries with 10+ entrants in the event): The 25 highest scoring players from each country will contribute to their nation’s points total. In order to be eligible as a “scoring player” a player must have played in and won at least one match in the tournament. Furthermore, they must have reached a scoring level in the event as described in the points table below. Division II (countries with 9 or fewer entrants in the event): All players will contribute to their nation’s points total provided they have won at least one match in the tournament and they earn a finishing position as described in the points table below. Division I Teams* USA (221), Canada (82), Australia (81), England (72), South Africa (67), Germany (31), Japan (21), Ireland (19), Netherlands (16), New Zealand (16), Pakistan (12), Scotland (12), India (11), and Mexico (10). Division II Teams* Brazil (9), Wales (9), Spain (8), France (7), Sweden (7), Argentina (6), Barbados (5), Namibia (5), Switzerland (5), Bangladesh (4), Bermuda (4), Cayman Islands (4), China (4), Finland (4), Egypt (3), Peru (3), Portugal (3), Trinidad and Tobago (3), Czech Republic (2), Guyana (2), Hong Kong China (2), Hungary (2), Israel (2), Malaysia (2), Norway (2), Singapore (2), Slovenia (2), Sri Lanka (2), Zambia (2), Zimbabwe (2), Austria (1), Botswana (1), British Virgin Islands (1), Chile (1), Guernsey (1), Iraq (1), Italy (1), Jersey (1), Lebanon (1), Monaco (1), Nigeria (1), Poland (1), St. Vincent and The Grenadines (1), United Arab Emirates (1) * The number in parenthesis is the number of entrants from that country when the entry closed on June 15 - it does not take account of withdrawn players.

Points for the round of 16 will only apply to events with 32 or more entries. Players must win one match to become a ‘counter’ in their team. Byes do not count as wins. Walk overs, withdraws, and retires do. A player may not gain points from both the main draw and consolation events. In the event that a player earns points in both draws, the higher point total will count. The Nation with the highest total tally of points will be declared winner of its respective draw. A wall chart showing the round-by-round points earned by each country will be displayed at the main playing venues and on the tournament website.

In the Event of a Tie

In the event that two nations are tied, points will be awarded from the round of 32. Winners from the round of 32 will score 9 points. This will only occur in the event of a tie. Points will only be awarded if a player has won a match. If no round of 32 players have won matches, Classic Plate Finalists will be scored at 7 points, Plate Finalists at 5 points, and Consolation Plate Finalists at 3 points. The trophies, which were generously presented by the organizing committee of the 2016 World Masters in Johannesburg, are perpetual trophies and will record the name of the winning country at each World Masters Championships. The trophy will be presented at the Closing Ceremony Event.

Points Table Main Draws

Plate Winners

Gold Medal Winner

20 Points

Classic Plate Winner

8 Points

Silver Medal Winner

18 Points

Plate Winner

6 Points

Bronze Medal Winner

16 Points

Consolation Plate Winner 4 Points

4th Position

14 Points

5th - 8th Positions

12 Points

9th - 16th Positions

10 Points

Medical Services

Physiotherapists UVA HealthSouth Sports Medicine Phone: +1 (434) 243-0311 Fontaine Research Park Suite 2100 545 Ray C. Hunt Drive Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 website

Doctors MedExpress Urgent Care Phone: +1 (434) 978-3998 1149 Seminole Trail Charlottesville, Virginia 22901 website

Sports Massage (WILL BE ON SITE) Move Medical Massage Phone: +1 (434) 989-0171 224 Carlton Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22902 website

Dentist Ivy Dental Phone: +1 (434)-270-0304 2120 Ivy Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 website

Chiropractors Scott Wagner Chiropractic and Sports Medicine Phone: +1 (434) 978-4888 2109 India Road Charlottesville, Virginia 22901 website

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Tournament Services

Charlottesville Tennis Pro Shop

Charlottesville Tennis Pro Shop is located at 2171 Ivy Road, and will be providing the racquet restringing services for the event. Stringer Lew Stephens will turn all racquets around within 24 hours and he can be reached at the shop at +1 (434) 202-1896 or via email at lewsquasher@gmail.com.

MSC Pro Shop The Pro Shop at McArthur Squash Center is limited in size but does offer all of the essentials. Racquets from Technifibre and Harrow are available, including the tournament custom edition Harrow Vapor ($175 to all tournament participants). There are shoes from Asics, as well as MSC logoed apparel, and the usual assortment of grips and squash accessories. If you are looking for a wider selection of squash items please visit Charlottesville Tennis Pro Shop (above).

Championship Officials and Local Organizing Committee

Sheldon Anderson Championship Referee

Mike Riley WSF Referee (USA)

Tahir Khandzada WSF Referee (Pakistan)

Paul Alexander US Squash Referee

Daniel Greco US Squash Referee

Rod McDougall US Squash Referee

Wayne Smith WSF Referee (Canada)

Greg van Staveren US Squash Referee

Championship Adjudicating Panel Chair WSF Technical Delegate Julian Harniess Members Championship Director Mark Allen, Sarah Fitz-Gerald (Australia), and Richard Millman (USA)

Local Organizing Committee Russ Cronberg Boar’s Head General Manager James Neiderer Boar’s Head Sports Club Manager Christian Edeleanu Boar’s Head Sports Club Operations Manager Shawn Jernigan Boar’s Head Director of Food & Beverage

Key Personnel

Mark Allen Championship Director

Lida Peterson Event Coordinator

Annie Tyson Event Staff

Freddy Hernandez Transportation Director

Chris McClintick Media/Photography

Laurelle Holley Social Media Finals Ceremony

Graham Bassett Live Streaming

Chanel Erasmus Lead Commentary

Will Carlin EmCee

Key Personnel

Kim Clearkin Tournament Director at MSC

Harry Smith Tournament Director at St. Anne’s

Stephen O’Dwyer Tournament Staff

Dean Russell Tournament Staff

Grant White Tournament Staff

Howard Day Tournament Staff

Sarah Fitz-Gerald WSF Vice President

Andrew Shelley WSF Chief Executive

Julian Harniess WSF Onsite Technical Delegate

Dining Options



Racquets Restaurant Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner à la carte Hours: 7am-11pm daily

Racquets Restaurant Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner à la carte Hours: 7am-11pm daily

Birdwood Grill Lunch and Dinner à la carte to feature some international dishes Hours: 11am-9pm daily

Firefly Poolside Bar & Café Lunch and Dinner at the SC Pool à la carte Hours: 11am-8pm daily

Ednam Hall Breakfast Buffet daily Hours: 7am-10am July 28th - August 5th

Birdwood Grill Lunch and Dinner à la carte Menu to feature some international dishes. Hours: 11am-9pm daily


Additional Beverage Service

Racquets Restaurant Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner à la carte Hours: 7am-11pm daily

Full Bar Service in MSC on the Mezzanine overlooking Center Court. Operates from 8am until 30 minutes after close of play. Daily from July 29thAugust 4th.

Firefly Poolside Bar & Café Lunch and Dinner at the SC pool à la carte Hours: 11am-8pm daily Birdwood Grill Lunch and Dinner à la carte Menu to feature some international dishes Hours: 11am-9pm daily Food Service Area in MSC Parking Lot (near exterior terrace seating) Hours: 10am-5pm July 29th - August 4th w Daily Food Truck Rotation w Boar’s Head Special Ivy Provisions at St. Anne’s Just a 2-3 minute walk from St. Anne’s-Belfield facility. Breakfast and lunch specials.

The World Masters Official Lounge at Ednam Hall Hours: 5pm - 12am from July 28th - August 4th Sports, squash match replays on the projector. TVs and live music nightly. Fire pits outside, lounge furniture inside, full bar and limited snacks. No live music on the nights of the Opening Ceremony, BBQ, and Closing Ceremony.


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Restaurants, Attractions, and Things to Do

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Area Attractions & Restaurants

Albemarle Baking Company Their award-winning breads, cakes, and pastries are handcrafted in their bakery using only the finest ingredients. Their breads are found on the tables of the finest dining establishments in Charlottesville. ABC is the bakery of choice for many of the caterers and specialty food shops in the area. 418 West Main Street, Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 293-6456 http://www.albemarlebakingco.com/

Atlas Coffee Serving superb coffee, espresso, and teas, Atlas Coffee is a friendly neighborhood espresso bar where the pastries are fresh-baked and the coffee is locally roasted. Their syrups are homemade, using vanilla beans, Ghirardelli chocolate, and caramelized cane sugar. Chai is brewed in-house with fresh ginger. Pick up a pound of Atlas Blend coffee beans for home, either whole bean or ground to order. 2206 B Fontaine Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 970-1700 http://atlascoffeecville.com/

Barracks Road Shopping Center At Barracks Road you will find restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies and specialty shops from jewelers to bookstores and everything in between. Barracks Road is very easy to get to, no matter where you’re coming from. At the corner of Emmet Street and Barracks Road in Charlottesville, it’s just minutes away from the University of Virginia and downtown Charlottesville. Many area hotels offer bus services to and from Barracks Road. 1117 Emmett Street Charlottesville, VA 22903 +1 (434) 977-9233 http://barracksroad.com

Birdwood Golf Club Directly adjacent to MSC, and part of the Boar’s Head Resort property, Birdwood Golf Club has been named one of Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play. Birdwood Golf Course in Charlottesville is both a nationally acclaimed, 18-hole course with stunning Blue Ridge Mountain views, breathtaking vistas, and challenging golf. A par-72 championship course, Birdwood also features meals and lighter fare at the Birdwood Grill (see below), as well as a fully stocked Pro Shop offering an extensive line of world-class equipment, apparel, and accessories. Starting on July 26 until August 6, WM2018 participants can book 18hole play at Birdwood Golf Course, Monday thru Thursday including greens fee, cart rental, range balls, and free club rental for $75 per person. The same deal is available Friday thru Sunday for $95 per person. Please book your tee time by calling: +1 (434) 293-GOLF (4653) 200 Ednam Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903 +1 (434) 296-4653 www.boarsheadresort.com/golf Birdwood Grill at the Boar’s Head Whether you’re coming straight from the course or just looking for a drink or a meal between matches, Birdwood Grill hits the spot. Enjoy a post-round snack or drink on the covered patio while taking in stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Golfers, place an order at Hole #9 and have it ready when they make the turn. Menu items include salads, appetizers, sandwiches, and more. 410 Golf Course Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903 +1 (434) 293-6401 https://www.boarsheadresort.com/dining/birdwood-grill

Area Attractions & Restaurants

BJ’s Brewhouse Since their humble beginnings back in 1978, they’ve continued to refine their brewhouse experience to make BJ’s a place where you can make the most of any meal. Guests come here for their awardwinning handcrafted beer. They come here for the Southern California twist they’ve put on the Chicago-style pizza. And they come here for their Pizookies, their world-renowned dessert. But above all they know people come here to make their good times better. 3924 Lenox Ave., Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 422-5170 http://www.bjrestaurants.com Boylan Heights At Boylan Heights, their main goal is to provide a completely guilt-free burger. They offer only the finest organic beef from local Virginia and Maryland farms. The meat is dry aged for 21-26 days to further deepen the flavor, and their beef is ground fresh daily. It is naturally-raised Angus, hormone and antibiotic-free, grass-fed and most importantly... healthy. 102 14th St. NW, Charlottesville, VA 22903 +1 (434) 984-5707 http://www.boylan-heights.com/

Burger Bach Burger Bach is a New Zealand inspired gastropub whose concept originated in Richmond in 2012. They source their Certified Grass Fed pasture raised beef and lamb from Silver Fern Farms and pride themselves on their house-made sauces, condiments, and dressings. Their award-winning burgers can be paired up with 30 craft drafts, Southern Hemisphere wines, and specialty cocktails. The burgers and fries are supported by a simple and delicious seafood offering, a raw bar that focuses on Mid-Atlantic oysters, and freshly tossed salads. Relax and indulge at the Bach, your home away from home. 2050 Bond St., Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 328.2812 http://www.theburgerbach.com

Carter Mountain Orchard For over one hundred years the Chiles Family has been carefully tending its orchards. Beginning with a card table, cigar box, and roadside stand, the first generation of the Chiles Family sold the fruit of their labors to neighbors and folks passing through. Since that time the orchards have grown to become community favorites and destinations for visitors far and wide. 1435 Carters Mountain Trail, Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 977-1833 http://chilesfamilyorchards.com/orchards/carter-mountain-orchard/ Charlottesville City Market A producer only market of farmers, food vendors, crafts, and artisans since 1973 – The Charlottesville City Market is held every Saturday from 7:00am till Noon from April through December offering fresh produce, herbs, plants, grass fed meats, crafts, and baked goods from local vendors. Water and South St Parking Lot, Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 970-3371 https://www.charlottesvillecitymarket.com/

Downtown Mall The Downtown Mall is the heart of the city, and one of the longest pedestrian malls in the U.S. Located on Main Street, it runs from 6th St. N.E. to Old Preston Ave., where it extends to Water St., for a total length of eight blocks. It is laid with brick and concrete and is home to an array of restaurants, shops, offices, and art galleries. On the east, the Mall ends at the Sprint Pavilion, an outdoor concert venue, while the west end of the Mall features an Omni Hotel. Each week the Pavilion plus host to Fridays After 5, a free weekly concert series. The Downtown Mall is also home to the renovated Paramount Theater and the historic Jefferson Theater. East Main St., Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 295-9073 http://www.downtowncharlottesville.net/

Area Attractions & Restaurants

Duck Donuts It all began on the sandy beaches of the Outer Banks in Duck, North Carolina. There the DiGilio family would enjoy relaxing and fun vacations. But something was missing; where were the fresh donuts? They decided to create their own...and Duck Donuts was born. 2100 Hydraulic Road, Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 823-1960 http://duckdonuts.com

Grit Coffee Bar and Café Grit Coffee Bar and Café at Stonefield features locally roasted coffee and handcrafted espresso drinks. The food menu features familiar favorites like build-your-own breakfast sandwiches with a grab-and-go selection for guests who want to grab a quick bite. They are also adding new twists like empanadas, savory small plates, and a dessert bar in the evenings. The rotating menu is served alongside craft beer, wine, and a curated cocktail offering. 2035 Bond St., Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 284-8461 http://gritcoffee.com James Madison’s Montpelier Montpelier, the lifelong home of James and Dolley Madison, is situated on 2,650 acres of protected land with unobstructed views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Just a two-hour drive from Washington, D.C., visitors can tour the historic House, enjoy award-winning food at the David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center, and hike on 8+ miles of walking trails. 11350 Constitution Hwy., Montpelier Station, VA 22957 +1 (540) 672-2728 http://www.montpelier.org/

James Monroe’s Highland Experience the official residence of 5th President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe. Join the newly revamped house tour and explore the fascinating life of the tireless public servant who fought and bled in the American Revolution, successfully negotiated the Louisiana Purchase, worked behind the scenes to push the Missouri Compromise through Congress, secured the nation’s borders, and issued the first hemisphere-wide foreign policy: the Monroe Doctrine. 2050 James Monroe Pkwy., Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 293-8000 http://highland.org/ Kluge-Ruhe Aboroginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia The only museum in the United States dedicated to the exhibition and study of Australian Aboriginal art. Their mission is to advance knowledge and understanding of Australia’s Indigenous people and their art and culture worldwide. Working with living artists, international scholars, and arts professionals, they provide a wide range of learning experiences to the University community and to the public through exhibition, research, and educational programs. 400 Worrell Dr., Peter Jefferson Place, Charlottesville, VA 22911 +1 (434) 244-0234 http://www.kluge-ruhe.org/ McCormick Observatory The Leander McCormick Observatory has been offering education and public outreach programs to Virginians since its dedication in 1885. It is open on the first and third Friday nights of every month (except holidays) year round. Visitors can view celestial objects through the historic 26-inch McCormick Refractor and other smaller telescopes (weather permitting), tour the Observatory, hear a presentation by an astronomer, and see the exhibits. All faculty, postdocs and graduate students participate through a rotating schedule. No tickets are required and advanced reservations are not necessary. 600 McCormick Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22904 +1 (434) 243-1885 http://astronomy.as.virginia.edu/

Area Attractions & Restaurants

Mezeh Mediterranean Grill The menu at Mezeh has more than one million healthy, heart-conscious combinations, all of which showcase flavors and recipes from across the Mediterranean. While working in open kitchens, Mezeh’s chefs spin the restaurant’s fresh, all-natural ingredients into these healthy fast-casual meals. Customers first personalize their order by selecting a base and a protein, such as a flatbread wrap stuffed with chicken shawarma or justcooked basmati rice crowned with hand-rolled falafel. They then choose from numerous toppings, which range from hummus and couscous to tabbouleh and eggplant caponata, then finally select a sauce. Everything, from the house drinks to all of the toppings and proteins, is prepared in house daily. 2015 Bond St., Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 202-1446 http://www.mezeh.com/ Mission BBQ Mission BBQ opened its doors for business on September 11, 2011. Every day they strive to serve you authentic BBQ made from the freshest, most delectable ingredients. They serve it to you in a patriotic dining room filled with tributes to those who have made this country great. 3912 Lenox Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 260-7740 https://www.mission-bbq.com/

Muse Paintbar Muse combines painting instruction with a restaurant and bar, hosting painting sessions 7 days a week. All ages are welcome and no prior experience is required! Muse also hosts private parties for any type of occasion: birthdays, bachelorette parties, work events, fundraisers, kids’ birthdays, you name it! View their calendar for details and to book a session. Paint, party, and pour! 2050 Bond St., Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 829-3060 https://www.musepaintbar.com/

Enjoy stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains or relax by the

pool at one of our on-site restaurants. Boar’s Head has something to satisfy every taste. From seasonal fine dining to light bites, evening cocktails and post-golf snacks, our resort dining options have everything you need, no matter your mood or craving.

View our menus at BoarsHeadResort.com/Dining Owned & Operated by the UVA Foundation

Area Attractions & Restaurants

Racquets Restaurant Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, you’ll love the new Racquets Restaurant inside Boar’s Head Sports Club. Drop in during the morning hours for a warm breakfast or just grab a salad to go for lunch. Evenings include a full dinner menu prepared by their top-notch culinary team. If you’re just looking to relax in a stylish atmosphere, their selection of adult beverages is bigger than Andy Roddick’s serve. Choose from an array of fine wines or just kick back with a cider, cocktail or local brew. 200 Ednam Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903 +1 (844) 611-8066 https://www.boarsheadresort.com/dining/racquets-restaurant The Corner The Corner’s name derived from its location at the corner of the University of Virginia. This seven block long strip along University Avenue is filled with numerous restaurants, bars, and shops, conveniently providing students and visitors with places to eat and socialize. 1501 University Ave., Charlottesville, VA 22903

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is dedicated to creating an environment in which the largest possible share of its diverse constituencies, including members of the University community and the general public, can study and learn from the direct experience of works of art. “In My Room: Artists Paint the Interior, 1950-Now” is the major exhibition currently on show at the Fralin and features works from several of the 20th century’s most prominent artists, including Andrew Wyeth, Alex Katz, Richard Diebenkorn and Becky Suss. Two additional shows, “Reflections: Native Art Across Generations” and “Art of Protest” are also on display, along with works from the museum’s permanent collection. 155 Rugby Rd., Thomas H. Bayly Building Charlottesville, VA 22903 +1 (434) 924-3592 http://uvafralinartmuseum.virginia.edu/

The Glass Palette An interactive glass art studio, The Glass Palette is a fun and friendly environment where adventurous people of any age are invited to explore the limitless possibilities of creating with glass! The Glass Palette suppies the materials, tools, and instruction. Just bring your creativity and an open mind! 1304 E Market St., Suite W Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 977-9009 http://theglasspalette.net/

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello Monticello should be at the top of your list of must-see attraction during your visit to Charlottesville. Home to Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States and founder of UVA, Monticello is a National Historic Landmark. It is the only private home in the United States to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Included in that designation are the original grounds and buildings of Jefferson’s University of Virginia. There are numerous options for touring the house and grounds, all of which afford visitors the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the past and present of the United States through the lens of one of its most preeminent founding fathers. 931 Thomas Jeffesron Parkway, Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 984-9800 https://www.home.monticello.org/ Three Notch’d Brewing Co. Three Notch’d Brewing Company was conceived by three friends who value great beer and great times, with close family and friends. Each of us has a great appreciation for individualism, respect for hard work and earning our ability to give back to the communities we live in, including as Tournament Sponsor for WM 2018. We opened our doors for commercial operation in August of 2013 and work each day to Leave Our Mark on the craft brew industry and Charlottesville by making great beer and collaborating with all lovers of the craft beer industry. We hope that you will join us and Leave Your Mark, too. Please reach out about taking a tour! 520 2nd St. SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 956-3141 https://threenotchdbrewing.com

Area Attractions & Restaurants

Travinia Italian Restaurant Serving handcrafted selections for both lunch and dinner, each Travinia Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar Chef is compelled by a passion for the flavors and freshness of regional ingredients. Here, guests can look forward to a creative and varied menu. Travinia offers contemporary American Italian cuisine, an extensive gluten-free menu, an impressive collection of carefully chosen wines, and an atmosphere of comfort and style. All of this complemented by their unmistakable desire to please . 2075 Bond St., Suite 100 Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 244-3315 https://www.traviniaitaliankitchen.com Virginia Discovery Museum The Virginia Discovery Museum fosters intellectual curiosity and development for all children of the community. It envisions a future in which all children are inspired to be lifelong learners. They seek to be a vital community resource where children from economically and culturally diverse backgrounds explore, imagine, and discover together. 524 E. Main St., Downtown Charlottesville, VA 22902 +1 (434) 977-1025 https://www.vadm.org/

Uncle Maddio’s Uncle Maddio’s is the next-generation pizza joint. With over 47 toppings, 3 crusts, 6 sauces, and 7 cheeses, including vegan and gluten-free pizza options...the possibilities for delicious and healthy pizzas are endless. You build it, they bake it. Plus, they have fresh made-to-order salads, fresh made foldwiches, and affordable kid’s sized pizzas. 3912 Lenox Ave., Suite 320, Charlottesville, VA 22901 +1 (434) 234-3717 http://www.unclemaddios.com

Boar’s Head Resort

DROP-IN Pickleball CLINICS Summer Sessions In Effect Monday, June 11th – Sunday, August 26th

5:00 – 6:00 p.m.


Intro and Beginner Pickleball


10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Intermediate to Advanced Drills


10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Intro and Beginner Pickleball


6:00 – 7:00 p.m.Intermediate to Advanced Drills Open Play times Monday 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Wednesday 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Thurdays from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Saturday 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Sunday 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

Clinic Descriptions Intro and Beginner Pickleball If you have never played pickleball or recently started, this is the clinic for you. Join the fastest growing sport in the country! Clinics will cover basic stroke production and technique, scoring, court positioning and basic strategy. Paddles and balls will be available. Intermediate to Advanced Drills This clinic will cater to those who have pickleball experience and are looking for drills, tactics, and point play strategy. The drills and play will practice the 3rd shot (arguably the most important shot in Pickleball), stacking, movement and other aspects of the competitive game.

only $23 per class! Open to all resort guests.

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