After Doubles quarters and semis on Day Three, the Gold and Silver medals were decided Friday evening. with Colombia taking two golds and USA one.
Saturday sees the semi-finals of the team events.
Day TWO : Fiechter and Elias claim singles Gold
The singles event concluded with semis and finals on Day Two, with defending champions Amanda Sobhy and Diego Elias winning through to the finals where they faced Olivia Fiechter (now Weaver after her recent marriage, congrats!) and Miguel Rodriguez.
The women’s final went the distance, with Sobhy taking a two-nil lead before Fiechter fought back to take the next three games and the Gold medal. With Marina Stefanoni having reached the semis, Team USA collect a medal of each colour.
The men’s final was a repeat of 2019, and although Rodriguez levelled the match at one-all Elias powered back to take the next three for his second Gold medal.
Day Three sees the start of the Doubles events, with quarter and semi finals.
Day ONE : Down to the semis in Santiago
The opening day of squash action in Santiago saw the men’s and women’s singles draws go down to the semi-finals after two rounds of play.
American trio Amanda Shoby, Marina Stefanoni and Olivia Fiechter are joined in the women’s semis by Canada’s Hollie Naughton, while men’s top seeds Diego Elias and Miguel Rodriguez will meet Leonel Cardenas and Cesar Salazar – 3/4 seed Cardenas surviving a tough opening match while Salazar ousted 3/4 seed Timmy Brownell in the quarters.