For the first time since the inception of Pan American Squash in 1991, the United States will host the twenty-fourth Pan American Squash Championships at Trinity College over the next two months.
The Pan American Squash Federation encompasses squash-playing nations in the Caribbean, North, Central and South America. The tournament format has seven gold medals at stake in men’s and women’s individual championships, men’s, women’s and mixed doubles championships, and men’s and women’s team championships.
More than one hundred of region’s top professional players from fifteen countries will contest the 2016 Pan American Championships, September 18-24, at Trinity’s Kellner Squash Center in Hartford, Connecticut. The Pan American Squash Championships, also referred to as the Pan American Federation Cup, are alternately contested for three years in between the quadrennial Pan American Games. Last year’s Pan American Games in Toronto saw Team USA top the medal table with six total medals.