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Manuel Loza -
A coach with Power Squash Academy since 2000, Manuel Loza was considered the most potent hitter in the world of hardball squash.
Manuel was a playing professional from 1988 until 1997, and ranked in the Top 5 by the WPSA “hardball tour” at the end of his career. With more than 30 years of experience in training squash players, he has seen his alumni achieve innumerable triumphs at national, pan-
Manuel has also been the Director of Promotora Squash Mexicana since 1997.
Fabian Kalaitzis was born in Belgium but raised in Greece and has become the 13 time Greek Squash Champion, the longest champion in the country’s history.
Fabian's highest world ranking reached is 79th and has been coaching for the Power Squash Academy for over a decade, where he has honed his technique for coaching juniors of all levels.
The fact that Fabian speaks 7 languages serves him well with his international clientele. When not coaching juniors, Fabian has recently signed on as Peter's assistant at Amherst College.
Throughout his 15 year professional career, Jonathon won over 36 tour titles, including the World Open, British Open, and the Commonwealth Games. He held the #1 ranking from 1999-
Jonathon Power is the Director of Squash for the Power Squash Academy as well as the National Squash Academy.
Ian Power has been coaching at the Power Squash Academy since 1999. During his tenure as a touring professional, Ian spent 10 years in the Top 100 and won numerous titles including a gold medal at the Pan American Championship. Ian has had the opportunity to play around the world and has had the pleasure of coaching and working closely with top professionals and national champions. The perspective he brings to coaching comes from his experience as a world class touring squash professional and his extensive background coaching both juniors and developing professionals.
Currently, Ian is a Director of Squash at the PSA and a teaching professional at the National Squash Academy in Toronto and enjoys coaching kids of all levels and exposing them to the benefits the game of squash has to offer.
Maria Toorpakai Wazir
Maria Toorpakay is a professional squash player, born in a Pashtun family on November 22, 1990 in South Waziristan, a tribal region bordering Afghanistan in Pakistan's northwest. She is currently ranked as Pakistan's top female player, and 49th in the world. In 2009 came third in the World Junior Women's Championship.
Born in Waziristan, a highly conservative region of Pakistan, she had to disguise herself as a boy when she took up the sport -
Toorpakay currently resides and trains in Toronto, Canada, under former professional squash player Jonathon Power. Toorpakay is the sister of Ayesha Gulalai who is Member of National Assembly representing Pakistan Tehreek-
Maria Toorpakai Wazir