Amanda Sobhy was the most decorated athlete at the World Squash Federation Pan American Squash Championships, with three golds.
The competition, held at the South Sound Squash Club in Georgetown in the Cayman Islands, saw athletes compete for seven titles in seven days.
American Sobhy is ranked 18th in the world and won her three golds in the singles, doubles and team event.
Sobhy beat her younger sister Sabrina Sobhy in three games, 11-3, 11-8, 11-8, to take gold in the singles event.
Canadians Danielle Letourneau and Samantha Cornett were the bronze medallists.
Together the sisters took gold in the women's doubles final with victory over Mexicans Laura Tovar and Maria Tovar Perez, with pairs from Chile and Canada finishing in third.
The United States team, including Sobhy, then won gold over Canada in the women's team event.
Bronze was awarded to Colombia and Mexico.
Diego Elias and Christopher Binnie made history in the men's singles event as the first Peruvian to win the title and the first Jamaican to reach the final respectively.
Elias beat Binnie 11-7, 11-8, 11-5.
The men's doubles final was a marathon match lasting more than two hours, which saw Mexico's Alfredo Avila and Cesar Salazar triumph over Peru's Andres Duany and Alonso Escudero.
Todd Harrity and Chris Hanson picked up their second bronze of the Championships alongside Argentina's Robertino Pezzota and Leandro Romiglio.
The Cayman Islands hosts won silver in the mixed doubles final, losing 11-8, 11-9 to Colombia.
The final lasted less than half an hour with Argentina and Canada picking up the bronze medals.