Fifty-Seven athletes representing seventeen different Pan American countries will be competing in 7 different squash elements from November 25th December 1st in Cali, Colombia. The FPS wishes all the following athletes the best of success!!
Argentina – Valentina Poltieri , Lisandro Ortíz , Jeremías Azaña, Miguel Pujol
Bolivia– Vanessa Rios, Gabriel Torrez
Brazil– Rhuan De Sousa, Gabriel Pederiva, Yuri Pollack
British Virgen Islands– Luca Reich
Canada– Noel Heaton, Elliott Hunt, Ryan Picken, Hanna Blatt, Sydney Maxwell, Iman Shaheen
Cayman Islands– Kali Maclean, Jade Pitcairn, Emma Turnbull
Colombia – María Ramírez, Valentina Sánchez, Lucía Sarmiento, Matías Knudsen, Nícolas Serna, Juan Torres
Ecuador- Rafaela Albuja, Alvaro Buenaño, María Buenaño, David Costales, Javier Romo, María Moya
El Salvador– Katya Aceituno, Marcela Méndez, Erika Parker
Guatemala– Adrían Castillo, Junior Enríquez, Erick Fonseca, Tábita Gaitán, María Pinot,
Guyana– Michael Alphonso, Samuel Ince-Carvalhal, Shomari Wiltshire
Jamaica– Tahjia Lumley
Mexico– Dina Anguiano, Fabiola Cabello, Leonel Cárdenas, Paola Franco, Juan Salazar, Leonardo Vargas
Paraguay– Luján Palacios
Peru- Rafael Gálvez
United States of America– Serena Daniel, Lucie Stefanoni, Marina Stefanoni
Venezuela– Sebastían Araujo, Alejandro Figuera
The Panamerican Youth Games will showcase over 3,500 athletes born in 1999 or soon participating in 25 different sports.
The Pan American Flame for the Junior Pan American Games will come to life at the foot of the monument of Christ the King. The official Torch Relay will run from November 17 to 25, concluding at the Pascual Guerrero Stadium as the central act of the Opening Ceremony on November 25.
The birth of the flame, the passing of the torch and its journey to light the cauldron during the Opening Ceremony are the most symbolic moments of events in the Olympic cycle.