Squash At The Pan American Games - Women - Team

Team

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada (CAN) United States (USA) Colombia (COL)
1999 Winnipeg
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Canada (CAN) United States (USA) Brazil (BRA)
Mexico (MEX)
2003 Santo Domingo
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United States (USA)
Latasha Khan
Louisa Hall
Meredeth Quick
Canada (CAN)
Carolyn Russell
Marnie Baizley
Melanie Jans
Mexico (MEX)
Samantha Teran
Teresa Osorio
Diana Huerta
Brazil (BRA)
Karen Redfern
Patricia Pamplona
Flávia Roberts
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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Canada (CAN)
Carolyn Russell
Runa Reta
Alana Miller
United States (USA)
Michelle Quibell
Natalie Grainger
Latasha Khan
Colombia (COL)
Catalina Pelaez
Silvia Angulo
Isabel Restrepo
Mexico (MEX)
Nayelly Hernandez
Samantha Teran
Karina Herrera
2011 Guadalajara
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Canada (CAN)
Samantha Cornett
Stephanie Edmison
Miranda Ranieri
Colombia (COL)
Silvia Angulo
Catalina Pelaez
Anna Porras
Mexico (MEX)
Nayelly Hernandez
Imelda Salazar
Samantha Teran
United States (USA)
Olivia Blatchford
Lily Lorentzen
Maria Ubina

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