JANSHER KHAN (1969- ) In 1987, then only 18 years old, Jansher Khan of Pakistan took the world squash crown from Jehangir Khan, his countryman World squash was dominated by two families, both from the Northwest Frontier Province Jansher Khan belonged to one of these families Before he arrived on the scene, these families had provided such champions as Hashim Khan-considered by many to be the father of modern squash and the first person to win a world title-Azam Khan, Roshan Khan, and Mohibullah Khan By 1995, eight years after winning his first world title, Jansher Khan made squash history by capturing seven world titles in succession At 26, he reigned supreme Jansher continued to rule the world of squash in 1996-1998 by maintaining his extraordinary winning streak

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