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Biography

BEACHILL Lee

Nationality England Flag ENG England
Birth Date 28/11/1977
Gender Men
Height (m / in)  
Weight (kg / lbs)  
Events Inscribed   Squash Men's Singles
Member of England Squash Men's Doubles
Medals Won BRONZE Medal BRONZE -  Men's Singles

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
17:00
SAU
Court 6
Men's Singles
Round of 32, Match 42
England Flag ENG  - BEACHILL Lee 3 9 9 9     Completed
Republic of South Africa Flag RSA  - VAN DER WATH Craig 0 1 2 1    
17 Mar
18:00
SAU
Court 6
Men's Singles
Round of 16, Match 84
England Flag ENG  - BEACHILL Lee 3 9 9 9     Completed
Wales Flag WAL  - GOUGH Alex 0 1 0 1    
18 Mar
18:00
SAU
Center
Men's Singles
Quarterfinals, Match 119
Australia Flag AUS  - BOSWELL Stewart 0 4 3 3     Completed
England Flag ENG  - BEACHILL Lee 3 9 9 9    
19 Mar
19:00
SAU
Center
Men's Singles
Semifinals, Match 134
Australia Flag AUS  - PALMER David 3 9 9 9     Completed
England Flag ENG  - BEACHILL Lee 0 0 4 4    
20 Mar
14:15
SAU
Center
Men's Singles
Bronze Medal Match, Match 140
England Flag ENG  - BEACHILL Lee 3 9 9 9     Completed
England Flag ENG  - MATTHEW Nick 0 3 7 3    

Place Of Birth Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
Residence Pontefract, Yorkshire, England
Marital Status Single (1 boy)
Occupation Squash Player
Coach Malcolm Willstrop
Recent Results ISS Canary Wharf Squash Classic (London, England, Feb-2006)
Quarter-final in the Men's Singles
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002

Gold in Men's Double (with Peter Nicol)
Injuries In 1997 Lee contracted salmonella in Portugal and lost 16kg in hospital. In the same year he had a serious car accident in which he broke his back in two places. In 1998 he got his foot crushed by a go-cart which accidentally came off the track.
Other Lee became British National champion in 2001, 2002 & 2005. He is partnered with Pete Nichol at these games

Despite a hospital diagnosis after his car accident in 1997 that Lee would spend at least the next four months on his back - and would never play squash again - he was back on court after some eight weeks and made his tournament comeback at the 1998 British Open!

His interests include golf and listening to music.

Lee won British junior titles at U12, U14, U16 and U19 - becoming only the second person (after world top five player Simon Parke) to win all four national junior championships.

He was the first British-born player to reach number one in the world.

World Open record:
2005 - Quarter-final
2004 - Final
2003 - Quarter-final
2002 - Round of 16

British Open record:
2005 - Round of 16
2004 - Semi-final
2003 - Quarter-final
2002 - Quarter-final
2001 - Quarter-final
2000 - Round of 32

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