After seven days of 18 countries battling it out in the gruelling heat, the Pan American Senior Championships in Cartagena (qualifier for the 2023 Pan Am Games) are finally over. Eight Men’s Teams and eight Women’s Teams now have the tremendous honour of representing their country in the prestigious Pan Am Games in Santiago, Chile this fall.

Women Teams                         Men Teams
USA                                         Colombia
Canada                                    Peru
Barbados                                 Argentina
Colombia                                 USA
Ecuador                                   Canada
Mexico                                     Mexico
Guatemala                               Guatemala
Chile                                        Chile

CANADA CAPTURES PAN AMERICAN WOMEN’S GOLD for the first in 18 years.  HOLLIE NAUGHTON (World #19) defeated USA’s Marina Stefanoni 14-12, 11-7, 12-10 today in the final of the Panamerican Squash Championships in Cartagena, Colombia.  Lucia Bautista (COL) and Caroline Founts (USA) took home the bronze. Canada’s last gold in the Women’s Individual dates back to 2005 when Alana Miller captured the gold in El Salvador.

PERUVIAN PUMA DEIGO ELIAS (World #2) captured his 2nd Panamerican Championship Men’s title defeating Colombia’s JUAN CAMILO VARGAS 11-7, 11-7, 10-12, 11-6 today in Cartagena, Colombia.  Deigo is the reigning Pan American Games Men’s Champ and is in peak form to go for the repeat this fall in Santiago, Chile. Jeremias Azana (ARG) and Miguel Rodriguez (COL) settled for the bronza.


  1. Luz Sarahi Lopez & Paola Michelle Franco (MEX)
  2. Lucia Bautisita & Laura Tovar (COL)

¾   Pila Etchechouri & Valentina Portieri (ARG) & Caroline Fouts & Marina Stefanoni (USA)



  1. Leonel Cardenas &. Cesar Salazar (MEX)
  2. Alejandro Enriquez & Luis Quisquinay (GTM)

¾   Jeremias Azana & Roberto Pezzota (ARG) & Timothy Brownelll & Spencer Lovejoy (USA)


  1. Sydney Maxell & Liam Marrison (CAN)
  2. Catalina Pelaez & Miguel Rodriguez (COL) #1

¾.  Diana Garcia & Juan Salazar (MEX) & Antonella Falcione & Miguel Pujol (ARG)


  1. USA
  2. Canada

¾.  Barbados &. Colombia

5/6 Ecuador & Mexico

  1. Guatemala
  2. Chile
  3. Argentina
  4. Guyana
  5. Brasil
  6. Bolivia
  7. Paraquay


  1. Colombia
  2. Peru

¾.   Argentina & USA

5/6 Canada & Mexico

  1. Guatemala
  2. Paraguay
  3. Brasil
  4. El Salvador
  5. Cayman Islands
  6. Ecuador
  7. Guyana

14/15. Barbados, Bermuda

  1. Jamaica