John White

John White Squash Camp (April 7-9, 2023)

John White Squash Camp

April 7-9, 2023

Life Time Johns Creek
11555 Johns Creek Parkway
Johns Creek, Georgia 30097

Early Registration Deadline: February 29, 2023

Squash Camp with Former World #1 and Current Head Coach of Drexel University, John White. The camp starts with an assessment of players skill levels by John White followed by focus on technical and tactical components of the game. Players also will learn about fitness works that the world #1 used to keep himself prepared physically to top the professional tour. As players learn from John, they’ll be having the opportunity to put into practice what they learn in the match plays while receiving feedback from him to improve their games. John will finish the camp with a review session and improvement suggestions for each player individually. We also will have talking session in which we talk about different squash topics and in particular, the College Squash. What a priceless opportunity for the players to not only learn from one of the best players in the history of the game, but also to learn more about college opportunities and grow their college networks!

Camp Details:

April 7-9, 2023
Life Time Johns Creek
Camp Hours TBD (Full Weekend)
Price for Members Before February 29: $500
Price for Non-Members Before February 29: $599
Late Registration (After February 29): +$100
Registration Available for Selected Days at $250 Per Day
50% penalty charge for Withdrawal before Feb 29th and no refund for withdrawal after this date.

About John White:

White finished runner-up at both the World Open and the British Open in 2002. He won the PSA Masters title in 2003 (beating Thierry Lincou in the final 15–8, 17–15, 17–16). He also won the British National Championships in 2004 (beating Lee Beachill in the final 17–16, 17–14, 14–15, 15–8). White reached the World No. 1 ranking in March 2004.

White is known as the hardest hitter of the ball in the sport of squash. Quite frequently, he has achieved speeds of over 165 miles per hour (266 km/h). One of his shots was clocked at 172 miles per hour, a record until 3 October 2011 when Cameron Pilley hit a shot that was recorded at 175 miles per hour. White was brought up in Australia, but represents Scotland in international squash.

In 2007, White was appointed Director of Squash and head squash coach at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He retired from the PSA tour in 2008. In 2011, White was appointed as the head coach of the varsity men’s and women’s squash teams at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

How to Register:

To register for the John White Squash Camp, please contact Alireza Sanaei at ASanaei@LT.Life.