Squash at the Pan American Games

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Squash at the Pan American Games
Squash pictogram.svg
Squash
First event1995
Occur everyfour years
Last event2015
Best Canada (CAN)

Squash has been a sport of the Pan American Games since the 1995 games.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Canada (CAN)13111236
2 United States (USA)68822
3 Mexico (MEX)521320
4 Colombia (COL)42612
5 Brazil (BRA)0279
6 Argentina (ARG)0257
7 Peru (PER)0112
8 Guyana (GUY)0011
 Paraguay (PAR)0011
Totals (9 nations)282854110

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
details
Gary Waite
 Canada
Jonathon Power
 Canada
Sabir Butt
 Canada
Jamie Crombie
 Canada
1999 Winnipeg
details
Graham Ryding
 Canada
Jorge Gutiérrez
 Argentina
Ronivaldo Conceição
 Brazil
Federico Usandizaga
 Argentina
2003 Santo Domingo
details
Shahier Razik
 Canada
Graham Ryding
 Canada
Ronivaldo Conceição
 Brazil
Preston Quick
 United States
2007 Rio de Janeiro
details
Eric Gálvez
 Mexico
Julian Illingworth
 United States
Shawn Delierre
 Canada
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
 Colombia
2011 Guadalajara
details
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
 Colombia
Cesar Salazar
 Mexico
Shawn Delierre
 Canada
Arturo Salazar
 Mexico
2015 Toronto
details
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
 Colombia
Diego Elías
 Peru
Shawn Delierre
 Canada
Cesar Salazar
 Mexico

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Guadalajara
details
Arturo Salazar
and Eric Gálvez
 Mexico
Christopher Gordon
and Julian Illingworth
 United States
Hernan D'Arcangelo
and Roberto Pezzota
 Argentina
Esteban Casarino
and Nicolas Caballero
 Paraguay
2015 Toronto
details
Andrés Herrera
and Juan Vargas
 Colombia
Andrew Schnell
and Graeme Schnell
 Canada
Christopher Gordon
and Chris Hanson
 United States
Diego Elías
and Andrés Duany
 Peru

Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
details
 Canada (CAN)
Gary Waite
Jonathon Power
Sabir Butt
Jamie Crombie
 Argentina (ARG)  Brazil (BRA)
1999 Winnipeg
details
 Canada (CAN)
Graham Ryding
Viktor Berg
Shahier Razik
Jonathon Power
 Brazil (BRA)  Argentina (ARG)
 Colombia (COL)
2003 Santo Domingo
details
 Canada (CAN)
Graham Ryding
Viktor Berg
Shahier Razik
 Brazil (BRA)
Rafael Alarçón
Ronivaldo Conceição
Luciano Barbosa
 Argentina (ARG)
Jorge Gutiérrez
Robertino Pezzota
Rodrigo Pezzota
 Mexico (MEX)
Jorge Baltazar
Armando Zarazua
Marcos Mendez
2007 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Colombia (COL)
Javier Castilla
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
Bernardo Samper
 Canada (CAN)
Robin Clarke
Shahier Razik
Shawn Delierre
 Mexico (MEX)
Marcos Mendez
Eric Gálvez
Jorge Baltazar
 Brazil (BRA)
Luciano Barbosa
Ronivaldo Conceição
Rafael Alarçón
2011 Guadalajara
details
 Mexico (MEX)
Eric Gálvez
Arturo Salazar
Cesar Salazar
 Canada (CAN)
Shawn Delierre
Shahier Razik
Andrew Schnell
 Brazil (BRA)
Vinicius De Lima
Rafael Alarçón
Vinicius Rodrigues
 United States (USA)
Graham Bassett
Christopher Gordon
Julian Illingworth
2015 Toronto
details
 Canada (CAN)
Shawn Delierre
Andrew Schnell
Graeme Schnell
 Mexico (MEX)
Eric Gálvez
Cesar Salazar
Arturo Salazar
 Argentina (ARG)
Rodrigo Pezzota
Robertino Pezzota
Leandro Romiglio
 United States (USA)
Christopher Gordon
Chris Hanson
Todd Harrity

Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
details
Heather Wallace
 Canada
Demer Holleran
 United States
Ellie Pierce
 United States
Alicia McConnell
 Canada
1999 Winnipeg
details
Melanie Jans
 Canada
Demer Holleran
 United States
Marnie Baizley
 Canada
Latasha Khan
 United States
2003 Santo Domingo
details
Latasha Khan
 United States
Melanie Jans
 Canada
Marnie Baizley
 Canada
Samantha Terán
 Mexico
2007 Rio de Janeiro
details
Natalie Grainger
 United States
Alana Miller
 Canada
Runa Reta
 Canada
Samantha Terán
 Mexico
2011 Guadalajara
details
Samantha Terán
 Mexico
Samantha Cornett
 Canada
Miranda Ranieri
 Canada
Nicolette Fernandes
 Guyana
2015 Toronto
details
Amanda Sobhy
 United States
Olivia Blatchford
 United States
Samantha Cornett
 Canada
Samantha Terán
 Mexico

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Guadalajara
details
Nayelly Hernandez
and Samantha Terán
 Mexico
Catalina Pelaez
and Silvia Angulo
 Colombia
Miranda Ranieri
and Stephanie Edmison
 Canada
Maria Ubina
and Olivia Blatchford
 United States
2015 Toronto
details
Amanda Sobhy
and Natalie Grainger
 United States
Samantha Cornett
and Nikki Todd
 Canada
Catalina Peláez
and Laura Tovar Pérez
 Colombia
Samantha Terán
and Karla Urrutia
 Mexico

Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
details
 Canada (CAN)
Heather Wallace
Melanie Jans
Kelsey Souchereau
Anita Soni
 United States (USA)  Colombia (COL)
1999 Winnipeg
details
 Canada (CAN)
Carolyn Russell
Marnie Baizley
Melanie Jans
Kelsey Souchereau
 United States (USA)  Brazil (BRA)
 Mexico (MEX)
2003 Santo Domingo
details
 United States (USA)
Latasha Khan
Louisa Hall
Meredeth Quick
 Canada (CAN)
Carolyn Russell
Marnie Baizley
Melanie Jans
 Mexico (MEX)
Samantha Terán
Teresa Osorio
Diana Huerta
 Brazil (BRA)
Karen Redfern
Patricia Pamplona
Flávia Roberts
2007 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Canada (CAN)
Carolyn Russell
Runa Reta
Alana Miller
 United States (USA)
Michelle Quibell
Natalie Grainger
Latasha Khan
 Colombia (COL)
Catalina Pelaez
Silvia Angulo
Isabel Restrepo
 Mexico (MEX)
Nayelly Hernandez
Samantha Terán
Karina Herrera
2011 Guadalajara
details
 Canada (CAN)
Samantha Cornett
Stephanie Edmison
Miranda Ranieri
 Colombia (COL)
Silvia Angulo
Catalina Pelaez
Anna Porras
 Mexico (MEX)
Nayelly Hernandez
Imelda Salazar
Samantha Terán
 United States (USA)
Olivia Blatchford
Lily Lorentzen
Maria Ubina
2015 Toronto
details
 United States (USA)
Amanda Sobhy
Olivia Blatchford
Natalie Grainger
 Canada (CAN)
Samantha Cornett
Nikki Todd
Hollie Naughton
 Mexico (MEX)
Samantha Terán
Karla Urrutia
Diana Garcia
 Colombia (COL)
Catalina Peláez
Laura Tovar Pérez
Karol Gonzalez

Events[edit]

Event 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015 2019
Men's singles
Men's doubles
Men's team
Women's singles
Women's doubles
Women's team
Mixed doubles
Events 4 4 4 4 6 6 7

See also[edit]

External links[edit]