Robyn Lambourne

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Robyn Lambourne Squash player
Nationality: AustraliaAustralia Australia
Birthday: July 24, 1964
1st professional season: 1987
Resignation: 1993
Career title: 5
Career finals: 11
Best placement: 2 (January 1992)
Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )

Robyn Lambourne (* 24. July 1964 in Narrogin as Robyn Friday ) is a former Australian squash player .


Robyn Lambourne already enjoyed great success as a junior when she won the Junior World Championship in 1983 after beating Helen Paradeiser in the final .

In the professional field, she was six times in a row in the main field of the World Cup from 1983 to 1992. She achieved her best result in 1990 when she reached the semi-finals. In this she was defeated by Martine Le Moignan with 9:10 in the fifth set. She reached her highest place in the world rankings with second place in January 1992. With the Australian national team she took part in four world championships and became 1992 world champion with her . In 1987 , 1989 and 1990 she was in the final with Australia, but lost each of the games against England. In 1987, with her win against Martine Le Moignan, she equalized, but the game was lost 2-1. In the finals in 1989 and 1990 she was not used, in 1992 she won the 1-0 lead against New Zealand with a win against Donna Newton . In 1993 Robyn Lambourne ended her career.

Lambourne is married and has four children. It was in the Hall of Fame of Western Australia Squash added.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b Hall of Fame. In: West Australia Squash, accessed November 28, 2017 .
  2. Sport in Short: Squash. In: The Independent , January 22, 1993, accessed November 28, 2017 .