'Definitely worth it': Becks Dudley on sharing personal story of survival

By Mitch Bach
May 21, 2019 - 6:43pm

MEDICINE HAT, AB — From homeless on the streets of Ottawa with a lethal drug addiction, to reliving a childhood dream 15 years later, Becks Dudley's story has inspired thousands across the country.

The local squash player returned to the Gas City last week following a memorable trip to Toronto for the Canadian Squash Championships. She finished fifth place — the same position when she entered the tournament for the first time as an 11-year-old.

Dudley recently sat down with CHAT Sports' Mitch Bach to discuss her remarkable comeback to the national stage, how her life has improved exponentially over the last year, and where her summer plans are taking her.

Bandits bask in glory of being crowned national champions