Squash At The Pan American Games - Men - Team

Team

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada (CAN) Argentina (ARG) Brazil (BRA)
1999 Winnipeg
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Canada (CAN) Brazil (BRA) Argentina (ARG)
Colombia (COL)
2003 Santo Domingo
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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
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Colombia (COL)
Javier Castilla
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
Bernardo Samper
Canada (CAN)
Robin Clarke
Shahier Razik
Shawn Delierre
Mexico (MEX)
Marcos Mendez
Eric Galvez
Jorge Baltazar
Brazil (BRA)
Luciano Barbosa
Ronivaldo Conceição
Rafael Alarçón
2011 Guadalajara
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Mexico (MEX)
Eric Galvez
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

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