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Biography

GRINHAM Rachael

Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 22/01/1977
Gender Women
Height (m / in)  
Weight (kg / lbs)  
Events Inscribed   Squash Women's Singles
Member of Australia Squash Women's Doubles
Member of Australia Squash Mixed Doubles
Medals Won SILVER Medal SILVER -  Women's Singles

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
17 Mar
18:00
SAU
Center
Women's Singles
Round of 16, Match 77
Australia Flag AUS  - BROWN Kasey 0 3 1 2     Completed
Australia Flag AUS  - GRINHAM Rachael 3 9 9 9    
18 Mar
18:00
SAU
Center
Women's Singles
Quarterfinals, Match 101
England Flag ENG  - ELRIANI Linda 1 9 5 5 3   Completed
Australia Flag AUS  - GRINHAM Rachael 3 1 9 9 9  
19 Mar
18:00
SAU
Center
Women's Singles
Semifinals, Match 132
New Zealand Flag NZL  - KITCHEN Shelley 0 8 4 2     Completed
Australia Flag AUS  - GRINHAM Rachael 3 10 9 9    
20 Mar
19:00
SAU
Center
Women's Singles
Final, Match 144
Australia Flag AUS  - GRINHAM Natalie 3 2 9 9 9   Completed
Australia Flag AUS  - GRINHAM Rachael 1 9 6 1 6  

Place Of Birth Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Residence Cairo, Egypt
Marital Status Single
Occupation Professional Squash Player
Handedness Right
Coach Maha Zein
Club Heliopolis Club, Cairo
Idol Heather McKay
Recent Results World Doubles Championships (Melbourne, Australia, Jan-2006)
4th in the Women's Doubles
1st in the Mixed Doubles

Australian Open (Jan-2006)
1st in the Women's Singles
Commonwealth
Games History
Manchester 2002
Bronze in the Women's Singles
Bronze in Women's Doubles

Kuala Lumpur 1998

Silver in the Women's Double (with Robyn Cooper)
Other His interests include cinema, reading by the pool, beach and fishing.

She joined the WISPA World Tour during 1994 after making her international debut in 1993.

A family-final first happened in 2001 when in Malaysia in February she beat sister Natalie in a WISPA Tour final.

She held the number one ranking in women's squash for 16 months. It was taken from her by another Commonwealth athlete, Malaysian, Nicol David.

World Open record:
2005 - Final
2004 - Semi-final
2003 - Quarter-final
2002 - Quarter-final

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

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