2005 Heather Wallace, Ottawa, ON

Heather is the only Canadian, male or female, in any sport to have won 11 consecutive Canadian titles, 11 of which were closed championships and one, the Canadian Open.

She reached number 3 in the world in 1982, then in 1996 played her way back to number 6 internationally.  She won Pan American Gold medals in singles and team in 1995 a mere 20 weeks after rupturing her Achilles tendon.  She also added a bronze medal for a third place finish in the World Mixed Doubles in 1997with her partner, Jamie Crombie.

Heather represented Canada senior women for 12 years; she has coached both the Canadian Junior Women and Canadian Senior Women’s Teams.

Before immigrating to Canada, Heather represented Scotland.

Heather coaches at Goodlife Queensview in Ottawa and divides her time between her high performance athletes and juniors.

Information retrieved from the Ontario Squash Hall of Fame