Maybe Too Late To Participate But We Will Inspire

As preparations begin for the 2028 LA Olympics, we masters maybe a little too late to participate, but we will inspire, and have a smashing good time doing it!

Maybe Too Late To Participate But We Will Inspire
We will inspire the first generation of squash olympians. AI generated image.

As Australian squash players gear up for the opportunity to debut in the 2028 Olympic Games, there's no denying that we, Queensland Masters, may be a little past our prime for Olympic glory. But hey, we're not ready to throw in the towel just yet!

As experienced players, we may not be sprinting around the court at world record speeds, but we have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share.

We recognise the importance of fostering a positive and encouraging atmosphere at community clubs and local tournaments for the younger generations entering the world of squash. Our aim is to be mentors and motivators, using our seasoned expertise to provide guidance and support, sharing the lessons we've learned on and off the court.

While we may engage in friendly banter and good-natured competition, our primary focus is to nurture a sense of camaraderie within the squash community. We understand the significance of creating an environment where passion for squash can flourish, to ensure that the enthusiasm for the game transcends generations.

So yes, while we acknowledge that our opportunity to be Olympians has passed, we wholeheartedly cheer on the aspiring athletes destined for the 2028 Games in Los Angeles. We embrace our role as sources of inspiration, and reinforce the timeless notion that the spirit of the game knows no age limits.