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Caldwell, Clive '71 - Squash

Though we have not quite sorted out whether Jack Aylott was a genius or just happened to be in the right place and the right time, Clive Caldwell was also one of his athletes. After a Ridley sport career that was focused on his favourite sport, Clive had a tremendous career playing hardball squash professionally on the WPSA Tour where he won two world singles titles with a world doubles title sprinkled in between. He was also a member of the Canadian team that played in two Hashim Khan team championships in Karachi Pakistan in the late 70’s. Not surprising, he lists winning both of those events in the middle east as some of his greatest sport memories right alongside and I quote “beating the crap out of Tim Griffin at every turn!” An evolutionary in the sport, credited with adopting the racquet head size that is now standard in the modern game, Ridley is proud to count this Canadian squash trail blazer as one of ours.
“The greatest lesson I ever learned through sport is perseverance and never giving up.”
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