We promote, foster, and develop squash in the greater Waikato Region through a coordinated and professional approach.
Squash Waikato is pleased to announce Joelle King as the Squash Waikato Ambassador
(actually we are more than pleased, we are absolutely stoked :))
Squash player Joelle King is one of New Zealand's most decorated Commonwealth Games athletes having won an impressive six medals.
Gold Coast 2018 was King's most successful games. She won gold in the women's singles, gold in the women's doubles (alongside Amanda Landers-Murphy) and bronze in the mixed doubles (alongside Paul Coll).
King has competed at two other editions of the Commonwealth Games claiming a bronze in the singles event at Glasgow 2014. At Delhi 2010 she won silver in the mixed doubles and gold in the women's doubles.
King is of Ngati Porou descent and was born and raised in Cambridge
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Squash is gender-neutral sport and is accessible to all ages, colours and beliefs. Everyone can play - all you need is a racquet and ball, and to rent a squash court.
Sharpen your game and play against similar graded players. Anyone can enter, so find out when the next tournament is near you and enter with some mates!
Find out more about some of the top players in the Waikato and New Zealand, what makes them tick and how they can inspire you.