Joe Chapman

Joe Chapman – British Virgin Islands

Date of Birth: 22 July, 1990
Sport: Squash
Event: Singles, Men’s Doubles

Joe represents the British Virgin Islands in squash at regional Games as well as at the Central American and Caribbean Games. He made his Commonwealth Games debut at the age of 15 when he competed at Melbourne 2006 and became the youngest player to compete in squash.

Joe went on to compete at Delhi 2010 where he was the nation’s flag-bearer, and competed at Glasgow 2014 making the Gold Coast 2018 his fourth Commonwealth Games.

A graduate of the University of Rochester, Joe, who played for the Division I Squash team (the Yellowjackets), was the first alum to make it to the top 100 in the PSA rankings in 2013.

Coach: Adam Murrills

Current rankings:
World: #282
BVI: #1
Caribbean: #4

Past Major Games Events attended:
X World Games – Wrocław, Poland – July 2017
XVII Pan Am Games – Toronto, Canada – July 2015
XXII Central American and Caribbean Games – Vera Cruz, Mexico – November 2014
XX Commonwealth Games – Glasgow, UK – July 2014
XIX Commonwealth Games – Delhi, India – October 2010
XXI Central American and Caribbean Games – Bogota, Colombia – July 2010
IX World Games – Kaohsiung City, Taipei – July 2009
XVIII Commonwealth Games – Melbourne – March 2006

Past Men’s World Open Championships attended:
Men’s World Open Championships – Manchester – November 2017
Men’s World Open Championships – Bermuda – November 2007