Jamie Crombie

As a Junior in Calgary, Jamie Crombie reached a Canadian ranking high of #1 in February 1994, and World Ranking high of #32 in March of 1995. As a former professional squash player, Jamie won 19 Tour Professional Squash Association (PSA) & ISPA Championship titles.  

Crombie was member of the Canadian National Men’s Team from 1985 to 1995 in a variety of international World and World Regional Championships. In 1994, Jamie won gold in the Men’s Individual at the 1994 Pan American Senior Championships, and Silver in the Men’s Teams event. The following year, Crombie won Gold in the Teams event at the Pan American Games in Mar del Plata with teammates and fellow Hall of Famers Jonathon Power, Gary Waite and Sabir Butt. At that same event, Jamie also won a Bronze in the Individual Championships. 

Back in Canada, Jamie amassed a total of 15 Provincial Men’s Open Softball titles. Playing in the Masters category, in 2005 Jamie won Gold in the World Master Games Men’s Singles event and Gold in the 35+ Men’s Team event together with the 2005 US Softball Doubles Champion (Michael Puertas). 

Today, Jamie is currently the General Manager and Squash Pro at Dayton Squash Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, still competes with his instinctive competitive nature on the master’s circuit.