Squash Cancer 2019
Squash Cancer will be back for our third annual event on
September 8, 2019
This year, INFINITUM Squash will generously host us at their beautiful facility in Sudbury! We will have a variety of single elimination draws as well as afternoon round robin hit-arounds for all players! Additionally, INFINITUM coaches will host a demonstration /exhibition for us!
Love Squash? Hate Cancer? Come Squash Cancer with us!
One hundred percent of entry fees will go directly to the fight against cancer!
About the Tournament
Each fall, Squash Cancer hosts a wide range of players who love squash and hate cancer! The fun, one-day tournament serves as a kick-off event to the upcoming squash season and provides a much needed squash tournament in Boston, a city in which there are relatively few formal squash events, while advancing cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, through the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), the largest and most successful athletic fundraiser in the country.
The tournament is competitive yet good-spirited! It is perfect for novices and experienced players alike. This year, we will have various leveled single-elimination draws, including novice brackets, intended to encourage beginners to get involved in the sport. Lunch will be provided and the generous pros at INFINITUM Squash will provide a demonstration/exhibition for all to enjoy. In the afternoon, we will also have round robins and hit-arounds for those who have been eliminated. The day will conclude by watching some of our upper level players battle it out in the finals!
Please join us again on Sunday, September 8, 2019 for the third-annual Squash Cancer tournament! Enrollment will include a tournament swag, a pair of Orfiks high-performance socks, lunch, trophies and OOfos recovery sandals for winners, and lunch. Additionally, there will be raffles and silent auctions to support the tournament expenses. One hundred percent of registration fees will again go directly to the fight against cancer!
Registration is OPEN!
A huge thanks to our 2019 hosts at:
INFINITUM is a performance-focused squash club disrupting how the game is coached, played, and mastered. Led by Nick Taylor, the INFINITUM System combines a unique approach to squash coaching, physical and mental conditioning and competition – all with the express goal of developing accomplished athletes at all levels of the game. At Squash Cancer, will be fortunate enough to have a demo/expo from their pros, as well! Sign up for their email list at the bottom of their page to hear about all sorts of summer camps and programming to help get your ready to SquashCancer this fall!
141 Boston Post Road
Sudbury, MA. USA
Mon – Fri: 5:30 am – 11:00 pm, Sat – Sun: 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thanks to our 2018 Silver Partner:
Thanks to our bronze partners:
Socks are the forgotten performance apparel. That’s why Orfiks exists. We are obsessed with creating the perfect sock. We have designed a sock that is ultra-comfortable, but our key goal was to develop the best performance sock on the market.
JP Fuji Group is the largest operating Pan-Asian restaurant group in the North East region. The locally operating empire was built under the motto of “leaving a place better than you found it”. JP Fuji Group is not only a restaurant group; it is a culture created by doers to employ thinkers and empower believers.
Please contact us in order to get involved.
Click Here To Learn More About The PMC and Partnering Opportunities
Just as the inaugural year did, the second annual Squash Cancer event in Boston will donate 100% of tournament entry fees to the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), the largest and most successful athletic fundraiser in the country. The PMC has provided nearly $600,000,000 to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institution and Jimmy Fund over the past 38 years. As a result, the PMC has been responsible for supporting various breakthroughs in the world of cancer treatment and care. In order to maximize the monies from Squash Cancer that are donated to fight cancer, and to offset tournament costs incurred, we need corporate sponsorship and raffle/silent auction donations to fund necessities such as: tournament t-shirts, brochures, squash balls, lunches, US Squash fees and trophies. If you would like to consider partnering with us, please contact SquashCancerMA@gmail.com. Your participation in Squash Cancer will make a difference.