Mark Cairns

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Mark Cairns Squash player
Nationality: EnglandEngland England
Birthday: June 21, 1967
Resignation: 2002
Playing hand: Right
Career title: 2
Career finals: 6th
Best placement: 10 (July 1995)
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Mark Cairns (born June 21, 1967 ) is a retired English squash player .


Mark Cairns began his career in the late 1980s, winning two titles on the PSA World Tour in the course of these . He achieved his best placement in the world rankings with tenth place in July 1995. One of his greatest successes was winning the 1997 World Championship in doubles . In the final he won on the side of Chris Walker against the Australians Dan Jenson and Craig Rowland . In the same year he won the British singles championships. At the Commonwealth Games 1998 he won the bronze medal with Chris Walker in the double competition. With the English national team he took part in the 1999 World Cup. From 1995 to 1997 he was also European champion three times in a row with her .


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