Lee Beachill

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Lee Beachill Squash player
Lee Beachill
Beachill at the 2005 US Open
Nationality: EnglandEngland England
Birthday: November 28, 1977
Size: 185 cm
1st professional season: 1996
Resignation: 2009
Playing hand: Right
Trainer: Malcolm Willstrop
Career title: 9
Career finals: 18th
Best placement: 1 (October 2004)
Month # 1: 3
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Lee Beachill (born November 28, 1977 in Huddersfield ) is a retired English squash player . In the 2004 season he was runner- up after losing to Thierry Lincou in the final .


In 1999 Beachill made his tour debut. In his career he won a total of eight titles on the PSA World Tour and was world number leader for three months. His greatest successes with the English national team include winning the world championship in 2005 and 2007, nine wins in the European championship and making it into the final of the 2004 world championship. Against Thierry Lincou, he lost 11: 5, 2:11 in Doha , 11: 2, 10:12 and 8:11. In the 2006 season Lee Beachill was also in the final of the PSA Super Series , which he lost to the Australian Anthony Ricketts . Beachill was also very successful at the Commonwealth Games : Together with Peter Nicol , he won the gold medal in the doubles competition in 2002 and 2006, and the bronze medal in the singles in 2006. 2001, 2002 and 2005 Lee Beachill was British Champion and was also four more times in the finals. In February 2009 he announced his retirement due to a persistent knee injury.

Lee Beachill is married with three children. He has been Chief Operating Officer of PSA since 2008 .


Web links

Commons : Lee Beachill  - Collection of Images, Videos and Audio Files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Bye bye Beach ... , squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved November 30, 2014.
  2. Professional Squash Association , squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved July 9, 2015.