Nikole Todd reaches for the squash ballAndrew Lahodynskyj/COC
Andrew Lahodynskyj/COC

Nikole Todd


ikole Todd joined the women’s professional tour in 2012 and reached a career-high world ranking of 64th in April 2015. She won bronze at the 2013 Canadian Championships and finished fourth in 2015 after losing to eventual champion Samantha Cornett. Todd was part of the silver medal-winning team at the 2014 Pan American Championships and competed at the 2014 World Team Championships.


Family: Parents Jim and Gail Todd… Older brother Justin… Getting into the Sport: Started playing squash at age 14 because her father and brother played… Outside Interests: Studying online through Athabasca University…


WSF WCh: 2014 – 11th (team)