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Susan Devoy
Inducted in 1993
The bald figures of achievement hardly do justice to Dame Susan Devoy: 11 years of international squash, world champion four times, British Open champion eight times, New Zealand Open champion eight times.
Sporting Category:
  • Squash
Susan Devoy was utterly dominant in her time. Part of her makeup was not just her excellence on the court, but also her actions and demeanour off it, including a trek through New Zealand in 1989 in aid of muscular dystrophy sufferers, a commitment that may have cost her the 1989 world title.

When she retired, other women squash players would have breathed a sigh of relief.

Devoy was created a dame for her contribution to the sport and she later became chairman of the Halberg Trust.

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