|Birthday:||December 22, 1972|
|1st professional season:||1990|
|Best placement:||1 (January 2000)|
|Month # 1:||14th|
|World championship title:||1|
|Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )|
Cassie Jackman , MBE (born December 22, 1972 in North Walsham ) is a former English squash player .
Cassie Jackman married English squash player and trainer David Campion in July 1999 . From 1999 to 2002 she therefore played under her new name Cassie Campion . From 2002, however, she was again active with her maiden name Jackman, their marriage was divorced. She has been married to the Australian Matthew Thomas since 2004, with whom she has two daughters.
Cassie Jackman began her career in 1990 and won a total of 28 titles on the WSA World Tour . In 1991 she was able to crown her junior career by winning the world championship. In Bergen , Norway , she defeated Sabine Schöne in five sets . In the women's championship, she made it into the final of the World Cup four times : in 1994 she was defeated by Michelle Martin 1: 9, 0: 9, 6: 9 and in 1996 Sarah Fitz-Gerald with 0: 9, 3: 9, 4: 9. In 1999 she won the final. She won against Michelle Martin with 9: 6, 9: 7 and 9: 7. In 2003 she lost again to Carol Owens in the final with 9: 3, 2: 9, 7: 9 and 3: 9. In the 1997 season she was also vice world champion in doubles with Sue Wright and vice world champion in mixed with Chris Walker . With the English national team she became world champion in 2000 . Due to her success at the world championships and other tournaments, Cassie Jackman conquered the top of the world rankings for the first time in March 2000, where she stayed for eight months. From February to July 2004 she led the world rankings a second time. In 1993, 1999, 2000 and from 2002 and 2004 she was British national champion a total of six times. With the English national team she won a total of twelve titles at European Championships .
At the Commonwealth Games , Cassie Jackman was able to win several medals. She won her first medal in doubles in 1998 when she won gold with Sue Wright. In the individual she received the bronze medal after a third place. In 2002 she won bronze again. In doubles, she and her partner Tania Bailey won the silver medal. In 2004, Cassie Jackman was promoted to an MBE . She ended her career in December 2004.
- World Champion : 1999
- World champion with the team: 2000
- Vice world champion in doubles: 1997 (with Sue Wright )
- Vice world champion in mixed: 1997 (with Chris Walker )
- European champion with the team: 12 titles (1990–1995, 1998–2000, 2002–2004)
- Won WSA -Titel: 28
- 14 months world number one
- Commonwealth Games : 1 × gold ( doubles 1998 ), 1 × silver ( doubles 2002 ), 2 × bronze (singles 1998 and 2002)
- British Champion : 6 titles (1993, 1999, 2000, 2002-2004)
- Player profile at squashinfo.com (English)
- ↑ James Willstrop : The UK's unfair immigration rules have exiled one of its world champion athletes. In: theguardian.com. The Guardian , June 19, 2015, accessed September 20, 2018 .
- ^ Cassie Jackman Bows Out At The Top. In: squashinfo.com. December 20, 2004, accessed January 8, 2020 .
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Campion, Cassie (short term name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||English squash player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 22, 1972|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||North Walsham , England|