Squash at the Commonwealth Games
Squash is one of the core Commonwealth Games sports. 1998 was the first Commonwealth Games in which a Squash competition was held, and has been included in all since.
- Squash is a fast-paced indoor sport, and members of the Commonwealth figure predominantly in the world of squash.
- The Squash competition is for five gold, in both singles (men and women) and doubles (men, women and mixed) events.
- Singles events involve a knockout draw, with the best two players progressing to the gold medal match, while eliminated players contest consolation games throughout the tournament. The doubles competition involves a round-robin with successful teams qualifying for the knockout medal rounds.