The Federacion Panamericana de Squash (FPS) is the official regional governing body of squash for North, Central, South America and the Caribbean. The FPS works closely with the World Squash Federation (WSF) and 23 member nations to foster growth of the sport and encourage collaboration within the region. The FPS hosts two annual championships: the Pan American Senior Championships and Pan American Junior Championships, and every fourth year presents squash in the quadrennial Pan American Games, most recently held in 2019 in Lima, Peru.

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PAN AMERICAN SQUASH PLAYERS WIN 2 PSA AWARDS

Male and female players who best demonstrated outstanding achievement on the PSA Challenger Tour during the 2019/2020 season   Male Player of the Year Award- LEONEL...

Teran Named President of ACODEPA’s Athletes Commission

Two-time Pan American Games gold medallist Samantha Teran has been named as the President of the Association of Pan American Sports Confederations’ (ACODEPA) Athletes...

WSF Mourns Former President Susie Simcock

The World Squash Federation is mourning the death of former WSF President Susie Simcock. It was in October 1996 that the New Zealander was elected...

Mexico Celebrate Triple Pan Ams Gold in Argentina

While hosts Argentina scored two gold medals in the 2017 Pan American Squash Championships at Tortugas Country Club in the country's capital Buenos Aires,...

Squash Youth Olympic Games Debut Formalized in Buenos Aires

World Squash Federation Vice President Pablo Serna led a delegation representing Squash in the Pan American region at a meeting with the Organizing Committee...

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