Squash not giving up on Olympics hope

Players and officials are optimistic about the sport featuring in the global event in the future.

    Last year squash's bid to be part of the Olympic Games was turned down for a third successive time.

    However, the sport still has not given up hope of one day becoming part of the Olympics.

    Richard Parr speaks to players and officials to see what hope they have for the sport's future.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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