As a player, Wiens was a full-time professional player for eight years. During that span he was ranked as high as eighth in the world. A nine-time German Close champion, he represented his country in team competition 46 times.
Hansi Wiens is head coach at Dartmouth College after coaching and managing the Balearic Islands (Spain) club team for three years. Prior to coaching in Spain he was the owner/manager and coach of the March Sports Club in his native Germany from 1996 until 2003.
Wiens studied engineering in German doing a three-year apprenticeship. He speaks four languages, German, English, Spanish and Russian.
The native of Queensland, Australia and Scottish national, White is a former top-ranked player in the world. He has 12 Professional Squash Association titles and was ranked No. 1 in the world in 2004. John is currently in his second year as Men's and Women's Head Squash Coach at Drexel University and was Franklin and Marshall's Men's and Women's Head Coach prior to going to Drexel.
Gene is one of the most successful Canadian squash players and coaches. He is a level four squash coach and currently coaches Canadian Junior Men's National Squash Team. Turk has been Canadian Natinal Coach of the men's squad for sixteen years from 1992 to 2008 and has led the team to second place finish at the world team championships in 1997 and fourth place at the 2005 team worlds. He was also Canada's head coach at the 1995 and 1999 Pan Am Games winning team gold on both occasions, as well as head coach at the 2002 and 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Moustafa Hamada was one of Egypt's top junior players and is now on the starting line-up of Trinity College. He is an economics major at Trinity and this will be Moustafa's second summer with Hansi Wiens Squash Camps.
Museveni Akanno is assistant coach for the track and field program at Dartmouth College, with his concentration on jumps and multi-event athletes. Akanno comes to Hanover after a one-year stint at Fairleigh Dickinson, where he was an assistant coach and worked with jumps, hurdles and sprinters. In addition to his duties with the track program, he worked as a sports performance specialist for The Annex Sports Performance. He developed strength and conditioning programs and did speed and agility workout plans. Prior to his work at Fairleigh Dickinson, he was an undergraduate assistant coach at the University of Connecticut. While at UConn, Akanno was part of the Big East Conference Coaching Staff of the Year in 2009 after winning the Indoor Championship.
As an athlete he competed in the heptathlon, long jump, triple jump and hurdles for the Huskies. He was the team captain of the 2008 squad that took home the Big East Championship and was a member of the 2006 Big East Champion as well. He will be stregth,speed,and fitness coach at our squash camps this summer.
As a player Theo has won a number of tournaments and played internationally on the PSA and domestically on the British Squash Professional circuit (BSPA). In addition, he was a key member of the British University and National School Championship-winning teams.Woodward is the assistant squash coach at Dartmouth College and holds the UK Coaching Certificate Level 3 certification - the highest current qualification attainable in the UK. He has coached and mentored Professional Squash Association (PSA) and Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) players as well as junior internationals. Woodward has also worked with some of the best coaches in the world, including six-time de facto World Champion Jonah Barrington. Woodward studied Commerce at the University of Birmingham in the UK, graduating with honors and a prize for his extended study on Squash Sponsorship
Former top 3 in Germany,ranked top 25 in Europe(Juniors),coaches experience as a coach at Dartmouth College,working with the community and assisting with the Junior Program. Valeria has competed as number one on the Dartmouth Women's squash team throughout the 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons. She was chosen to be First Team All-American and All-Ivy for her achievements in her freshman year here at Dartmouth.
Kyle Martino attended Harrison High School before coming to Dartmouth...He was a three sport athlete, competing in Tennis, Winter and Spring Track, and Golf...He received All Section for tennis three years in a row.During his 2012-2013 season he played in the top 4 on the Dartmouth varsity squash team and won the Most Improved Award in 2013.
Chris competed as Dartmouth's top player all year during the 3 consecutive 2009/2010, 2010/2011, 2011/2012 seasons. During every single Post-Season he was named All-Ivy and All-American for three seasons in a row and his honor was the first time since Ryan Donegan in 2002 that a Dartmouth freshman has been named All-America. Chris also represented US National Squash Team at the World University games in Australia and helped the team to it's best ever finish as number three in the world. Chris is now a rising senior at Dartmouth.
Chris Brownell is Head Squash Professional at Newton Squash and Tennis club, where she works with a number of nationally ranked junior players. Prior to coaching at Newton Squash and Tennis Chris was theWomen's Head Squash Coach at Wellesley College from 1999-2001 and Men's and Women's Head Squash Coach at Dartmouth College from 1993-1998.Chris is a Dartmouth graduate and a mother of three avid junior squash players, Jesse, Timmy and Becky, all of whom are ranked nationally in squash.
Having professional players and coaches who can see YOUR game and see exactly what you need to move to another level makes all the difference.
This summer enjoy some hard play at Dartmouth College in the beautiful Upper Valley. Spend a week with us and change your squash for a lifetime.
A unique opportunity to take your squash to another level. Hansi Wiens and other top tier professionals will offer 3 camp sessions throughout the 2013 summer at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.