GUYANA may have stunned the Pan American squash world by finally capturing their first ever gold medal in a Pan American squash championship when retired veteran Nicolette Fernandes captured gold in the Women’s Individual but COLOMBIA stole the show by winning 5 of the 7 gold medals.

The FPS wishes to express its deepest gratitude to Guatemala: the Guatemalan Olympic Committee, the Executive Committee of the Guatemalan National Squash Sports Association, the administrative team, sports technical director, the sponsors and the volunteers, for staging a world class championship. Guatemala has definitely raised the bar on hospitality, presentation and venue with their spectacular state of the art squash facility (11 glass back courts, two wall glass doubles show court and four wall glass show court complete with stadium seating an a fully equipped gym).  Congratulation and thank you Guatemala!!!

Huge thanks to Tournament Referee and Technical Director, our Superman Leonardo Arozena…..Leo did a remarkable job ensuring all matches were on time and all matches were professional refereed. Thank you Leo and the referees!

The entire week in Guatemala City was an amazing celebration of squash. Everyone was truly thankful to be back competing internationally again!
Thank you to all the athletes, coaches and delegates for supporting the 2022 Panamerican Senior Squash Championships. Huge congratulations to all the medal winners!


Women’s Individual
1. Nicolette Fernandes (Guyana) 9,4,5
2. Laura Tovar (Colombia)
3. Hannah Blatt (Canada) & Maria Clara Ramirez (Colombia)
Men’s Individual
1. Leandro Romiglio (Argentina) 3,8,3
2. Juan Camilo Vargas n(Colombia)
3. Edwin Josue Enriquez (Guatemala ) & Faraz Khan (USA)

 Mixed Doubles
Gold- Colombia- Miguel Rodriguez & Lucia Bautista
Silver- Argentina- Miguel Pujol & Anotonella Falcione
Bronze- Canada- Liam Marrison & Hannah Batt AND Guatemala- Jose Toscano & Tabita Gaitan
Women’s Doubles
Gold- Colombia. Andrea Soria & Laura Tover
Silver- Argentina -Pilar Etchechoury & Valenita Portiere
Bronze- Guatemala Darlyn Sandoval & Libsy Cardona   AND Ecuador- Maria Falconi & Rafaela Albuja
 Men’s Doubles
Gold-Colombia- Juan Camilo Vargas & Andres Herrera
Silver- Peru- Alonso Escudero & Rafael Galvez
Bronze0 USA Spencer Lovejoy & Timmy Brownell AND Chile- Jose Gallegos & Matias Lacroix

 Women’s Team Event
Gold- Colombia
Silver- Canada
Bronze- Ecuador AND Guyana
5th Argentina
6th Cayman Islands
7th Guatemala
8th Chile

Men’s Team Event
Gold- Colombia
Silver- USA
Bronze- Argentina AND Guatemala
5th Peru
6th Canada
7th Chile
8th Guyana
9th Cayman Islands
10th British Virgin Islands