France's Gregory Gaultier claimed an impressive hat-trick of European Individual Championship titles when he beat Spaniard Borja Golan in the men's final to collect the Head-sponsored European Squash Federation trophy for the third year in a row in Budapest, Hungary.
France's Gregory Gaultier is one match away from winning his third successive European Individual Championship title after defeating compatriot Renan Lavigne in the men's semi-finals of the Head-sponsored European Squash Federation event in Budapest, Hungary.
Peter Barker became the only top seed to fail to make the semi-finals of the HeadEuropean Individual Championships when he was forced to concede his quarter-final match in Budapest, Hungary, after a recurrence of an ankle injury.
Mixed Fortunes For Locals In European Championships
Written by Howard Harding @ Squashinfo.com
Thursday, 08 June 2006 12:10
There were mixed fortunes for Hungarian players on the opening day of action in the HeadEuropean Individual Championships in the capital Budapest, with three players making it through to the men's last sixteen but local hope Edina Szombati crashing out in the first round of the women's event.
A major shift in the balance of power in European junior squash took place in Israel at the weekend when Germany clinched both titles in the European Junior U15/U17 Team Championships at the Towers Squash Club in Tel Aviv.