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HEAD Penn’s Paola Longoria wins 3 Gold Medals at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru – August 16, 2019

The 2019 Pan American Games featured more than 6,100 athletes, making it the largest international sporting event competition within racquetball.

At this year’s Pan Am Games racquetball event in Peru, Mexico’s Paola Longoria lead the way and swept the Women’s Singles, Women’s Doubles, and Women’s Team competitions to earn three gold medals in Lima.

It wasn’t an easy road as Paola and Fran Davis, Paola’s Coach, had to make adjustments during the Women’s Doubles Finals against Guatemala and come back from a 1-5 deficit in the tie-breaker to win it 11-5.

In the Women’s Team finals against Argentina Paola once again was down 5-11 in the second game, after the winning the first game, and took a time out to regroup and adjust and went back in and rattled off 10 points to win the game and match.

For her Pan American Games career, Longoria has now won a staggering NINE gold medals, making her the most decorated Pan Am Games athlete from Mexico in history. The coolest part is Fran Davis, her coach, has been by her side for all NINE gold medals in 2011 Guadalajara, 2015 Toronto and now 2019 Lima. We are a GREAT team.

Paola Longoria and Coach Fran Davis at Athletes Village

The many interviews with Paola Longoria

The Pan American Gold Medals

Paola Longoria and Samantha Sala s celebrate winning The Gold

Coach Fran Davis with the Mascot

Coach Fran Davis and Paola Longoria signifying the 9 Gold Medals together

Paola Longoria The 2019 Pan American Champion

Paola Longoria showcased

Paola Longoria In Lima, Peru


 Paola Longoria’s quest for a sixth perfect season event on the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT), started in her hometown at her name sake tournament, “The Paola Longoria Experience”. Paola cruised to the title in the Women’s Professional Singles Division without dropping a single game. Paola has never lost a professional singles match in San Luis Potosi, her hometown, and now holds an overall record of 24 wins and 0 losses.

Paola also reached the finals of the Women’s Professional Doubles Division with her playing partner, Samantha Salas.

Paola Longoria Experience

Paola Longoria focused

The Finals Paola Longoria defeats Marie Jose-Vargas

Paola Longoria -The Champion

Paola Longoria heading to play


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