Much of Victor's life has been devoted to the sport of squash. Not only is he one of Canada’s finest players, he has generously donated time and money to support the growth of the game.
At Ridley, Victor played squash for four years, culminating in 1966 when, as team captain, he won the Individual Little Big Four Championship. He continued to play—and win—on the University of Toronto Varsity Squash team. Then in 1971, Victor went on to win the Canada Cup at the London School of Economics and earned an Oxford Blue in squash in 1972 at Oxford University.
To say that Victor has won countless doubles and singles titles doesn’t do him justice—he has won 28 Ontario titles, 38 national and international titles and was a member of the first all-Canadian team to win the U.S. National Doubles. Additionally, he has contributed to the game as a coach, tireless fundraiser, tournament chair, and as a member of both the Board of Squash Ontario and the World Professional Squash Association.