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James Stout & Partner Win Brooklyn Tournament

James Stout & Partner Win Brooklyn Tournament

James Stout, partnering with Yvain Badan, defeated Australia’s Zac Alexander and Scott Arnold 3-1 on Sunday [Feb 23] at the Heights Casino Club in Brooklyn. The game scores were 7-15, 15-12, 15-12, 15-13. The match lasted an hour and forty minutes. To reach the final, second seeds Stout and Badan – who are 6 and 7 in the Squash Doubles Association’s... Read more of this article

Stout & Partner Compete In US National Doubles

Stout & Partner Compete In US National Doubles

On Sunday afternoon in Rye, New York, James Stout and Eric Bedell of the Racquet and Tennis Club, Manhattan [R&T], were runners-up to Mike Ferreira and Whitten Morris, also of the R&T, in the final of U.S. Squash’s National Men’s Open Doubles championships, losing 3-0 [12-15, 12-15, 11-15]. The three games followed a pattern: the pairs would... Read more of this article

Stout & McArthur Win SDA Baltimore Cup

Stout & McArthur Win SDA Baltimore Cup

On Sunday afternoon, Bermuda’s James Stout and his partner, Greg McArthur, won the Squash Doubles Association [SDA] $35,000 Baltimore Cup over top seeds Yvain Badan of Switzerland and Colombia’s Bernado Samper. In their first match Stout and McArthur, who are ranked #3 and #5 in the SDA, beat the U.S. pair of Joshua Schwartz and Peter Kelly [WR... Read more of this article

James Stout Wins Doubles Tournament In NY

James Stout Wins Doubles Tournament In NY

Bermuda’s James Stout and his regular Squash Doubles partner Greg McArthur won the Inaugural Sleepy Hollow Country Club, Squash Doubles Tournament in New York. The number two seeds started off with a difficult draw against Canada’s Robin Clarke [#18] and Australia’s Zac Alexander [#14] who won the Gold Medal in this year’s Commonwealth... Read more of this article

Stout Retains His World Rackets Doubles Title

Stout Retains His World Rackets Doubles Title

On Saturday, Bermuda’s James Stout, the world rackets singles champion since 2008, and his rackets partner, Jonathan Larken, successfully defended the world rackets doubles title they won in 2016. In the first leg of their defence on November 10, they defeated the challengers, Richard Owen and Tom Billings, 4-0 in the best of seven games fixture at... Read more of this article

Stout & Larken Win Rackets World Doubles

Stout & Larken Win Rackets World Doubles

Bermuda’s James Stout, and his partner, Jonathan Larken, clinched the Rackets World Doubles Challenge at the Racquet and Tennis Club in Manhattan over the world champions, Alex Titchener-Barrett and Christian Portz. With the score standing at 2-1 to the challengers, and with the 4-1 lead they had built the previous week in London, the aggregate score... Read more of this article

Stout & Larken Win First Leg In World Rackets

Stout & Larken Win First Leg In World Rackets

On Saturday afternoon at The Queen’s Club, London, Bermuda’s James Stout and his partner for the past two seasons, Jonathan Larken won the first leg of their World Rackets Doubles title challenge against the current holders, Alex Titchener-Barrett and Christian Portz. The score, in the best of seven games match, was 4-1: 9/15, 15/8, 15/5,... Read more of this article

Stout Retains British Open Rackets Singles Title

Stout Retains British Open Rackets Singles Title

At the Queen’s Club, London on Sunday afternoon, Bermuda’s James Stout, the World Rackets Champion and world-ranked number 1 rackets player, defeated world-ranked number 3, Alex Titchener-Barrett, by four games to love to retain the British Open singles title he won last year. The game scores were 15/8, 15/1, 15/7 and 15/11. This was the fourth... Read more of this article

James Stout Retains World Championship Title

James Stout Retains World Championship Title

Bermuda’s James Stout retained his Rackets World Champion title by beating world number 2, Will Hopton 1-0 at the Queen’s Club in London this afternoon [Nov 28]. Having beaten Hopton 4-0 in the best of seven first leg in Philadelphia last weekend, Stout needed to win only one game in this encounter to claim the title.Stout started well serving... Read more of this article

Stout Wins First Leg Of Rackets Championships

Stout Wins First Leg Of Rackets Championships

Bermuda’s James Stout won the first leg of the Rackets World Championship over Will Hopton, at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia, on Saturday afternoon. Stout, the World Rackets Champion since 2008, defeated the world number 2, by four games to nil in the best of seven match. This was his first title defense since beating Alex Titchener-Barrett 5-1 in... Read more of this article

Video: Stout, Larken Win British Rackets Doubles

Video: Stout, Larken Win British Rackets Doubles

Following their success in the U.S. Open Rackets Doubles Championships in Chicago last month, Bermuda’s James Stout and his partner, Jonathan Larken, won the British Open doubles title over top seeds Nick James and Ben Snell by four games to love at Queen’s Club, London [15-5, 15-1, 15-8, 15-11]. The second-seeded pair made short work of their... Read more of this article

James Stout Wins U.S. Singles Racquets Title

James Stout Wins U.S. Singles Racquets Title

Bermuda’s James Stout, the reigning world, U.S. and British racquets champion, weary after a hectic four-day tournament schedule, retained his U.S. singles title on Sunday morning [Mar 8]. He defeated world number two and second seed, Will Hopton, in Chicago, by three games to one, in a match which lasted an hour and a half. This marked Stout’s... Read more of this article

Stout Wins British Open Rackets Tournament

Stout Wins British Open Rackets Tournament

Top seed, James Stout won the British Open rackets title for the third time at the Queen’s Club, London on January 25th. Playing against the world number two, and second seed Will Hopton, it took Stout a little over two hours to claim his third British Open title by four games to nil [15/5, 15/9, 15/12, 15/11]. Hopton started strongly opening up a... Read more of this article