Jade Wilson was a New Zealand female squash player representing the national team mainly in the junior level competitions. Jade Wilson is still remembered as one of the greatest ever junior squash players to have emerged from New Zealand and to have represented the country at junior level along with Stuart Davenport, Susan Devoy and Glen Wilson. She won the 1995 World Junior Squash Championships individual event in Sydney, which was her highest career performance. With this triumph, she also became the first ever New Zealander to win a Junior Squash Championship singles title. On 14 May 1998, she committed suicide in Perth after becoming an international professional player.
|Born:||1977, Wellington, New Zealand|
|Died:||14 May 1998, Perth, Australia|
|Coached by:||Tony Naughton, Rob Walker, Barrie Matthews|
About Jade Wilson
Asian-American pop star whose stance against bullying is proclaimed in her anti-bullying theme songs "Don't Give Up" and "Stuffed."
She made a name for herself with the release of her first two singles "Like You Do" and "Don't Give Up."
She has performed at motivational campaigns, concerts, school tours, and more.
She was born in San Antonio, Texas.
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