Squash Canada Announces Pan Am Junior Championship Team

    Squash Canada is happy to announce the team for the 2024 Pan American Junior Championships taking place from June 16th to 22nd in Quito, Ecuador. This prestigious international event will see eight of Squash Canada’s Junior athletes battling for the podium in singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and team events.   

    Junior Women   

    Ella Cao (BC)
    Tsz Ling Alyssa Ho (AB)
    Veera Dhaliwal (BC)
    Zoe Chong (ON)  

    Junior Men   

    Anderson Brown (BC)
    Calder Murray (AB)
    Ethan Jain (ON)
    Liam McKay (ON)  

    The team will be led by coaches Alix Younger and Tyler Osborne.  

    “I’m thrilled to once again be a part of Team Canada, and it’s exciting to go back to Quito this time in a coaching role,” shared Tyler Osborne. Notably, Osborne was a member of Team Canada at the 2010 World Junior Championships in Quito where they tied the Jonathon Power-led Team’s 3rd place and best finish for Canada. “It is such an honour to have the ability to work with Canada’s top athletes, many of whom have the chance to represent Canada in the years to come. I’m looking forward to some good competition and hopefully creating some memories that these teams can look back on, as highlights of their squash careers.” 

    Alyssa Ho, who is making her Team Canada debut at the Pan American Championships told Squash Canada: “I’m incredibly honoured to have been selected to represent Team Canada! I’ve never represented my country at this level of play before, so I’m super excited and hope to make Canada proud out there!” 

    “I am honoured to be chosen by Squash Canada to represent Team Canada. I am super excited to play in Ecuador and experience some high-level matches,” shared Calder Murray.  

    The Pan Am Junior Championships is an exciting event for these athletes, not only to gain experience on an international level, but as a chance for many of these athletes to represent Canada for the first time. Join Squash Canada as we cheer on our junior athletes in Ecuador!   

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