The Pan American Games is a major sporting event in the Americas featuring summer sport. It’s very famous summer event. Are you interested in this multi sports event ? The competition is held among athletes from nation of the Americas, every four years in the year before summer Olympic Games.
In 2021 there will be a Junior Pan American Games for young Athletes. The Pan American Sports Organization is the governing body of the Pan Americans Games movement , whose structure and actions are defined by the Olympics Charter .
Pan American Games is multi sports event. Pan American Games officially known as the XVIII Pan American Games and commonly known as the Lima 2019 Pan – Am Games . Pan American Games is a major sporting event in the Americas featuring summer sports, in which thousand of athletes participate in a variety of competitions. It will be held in Lima, Peru from July 26 to August 11 2019 with preliminary rounds in certain events beginning on July 24, 2019.
These Pan American Games will be held at venues in and around Lima, and will be the largest sporting event in ever hosted by the country. Enjoy the full tournament.
Lima Peru 2019 Pan American Games Details :
Host City : Lima, Peru
Nations : 41
Athletes : 6668
Events : 419 [ 39 Sports ]
Opening : July 26 , 2019
Closing : August 11, 2019
Motto : Let’s all play Spanish : Jugamos Todos
Stadium : Peru National Stadium
Tournament : Pan Am- Games 2019
Official Site : lima2019.pe
History : Pan Am-Games History
Pan Am- Games 2019 Opening & Closing Ceremony :
This exiting tournament start on after few days. Enjoy Pan Am Games 2019 Opening ceremony Live streaming on TV and the Live On stadium, go and get your tickets right now, because the few tickets are left, hurry up !
The ceremony typically starts with the hosting of the host country’s flag and a performance of its national anthem.
The opening ceremony of the Pan American games is on July 26 2019 and the closing ceremony is scheduled to take place on August 11,2019.
Pan Am- Games 2019 Bidding Process :
Four cities to submitted to host the 2019 Pan American Games and Parapan Games that were recognized by the Pan American Sports Organization. The other shortlisted cities were Santiago-Chile, La Punta-Argentina and Ciudad Bolivar – Venezuela.
Lima won an absolute majority of votes after just one round of voting. Lima was selected as the host city for the 2019 Pan American Games on October 11,2013 by PASO at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in Toronto Canada on October 11,2013.
Lima had previously submitted a bid for the Pan American Games to host the 2015 Pan Am- Games but lost out to Toronto.
Pan American Games 2019 Participating Nations :
All 41 countries whose National Olympic Committee is recognized by the Pan American Sports Organization compete at the Pan American Games. There are 41 nations participating in Pan -Am Games 2019. All 41 nations who are members of the Pan American Sports Organization are expected to compete .
Antigua and Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
Pan American Games 2019 Sports :
For purposes of Pan Am- Games competition , the Pan American Sports Organization makes a distinction between sports ans disciplines. 419 events in 39 Sports are scheduled to be contested in Lima, which is the largest number of medal events ever held at a single edition of the Pan American Games.
Aquatics: Artistic Swimming  July 29 – 31, Diving  August 1 – 5, Swimming  August 6 -10, Water Polo  July 28 – August 10,
Basque Pelota  , August 4 – 11
Body Building  August 10
Boxing  , July 27 – August 2
Canoeing : Slalom , Sprint, August 6 – 10
Cycling : BMX, Mountain Biking – July 28, Road, Track :
Equestrian : Dressage, Eventing, Jumping July 27 – August 10
Fencing : August 5 – 10
Golf : August 8 & 10
Gymnastics : Artistics, Rhythmic, Trampoline July 27 – August 5
Judo : August 8 – 11
Karate : August 9 – 11
Modern Pentathlon : July 27 – 30
Racquetball : August 2 – 10
Rowing : August 6 & 10
Rugby Sevens : July 27 – 28
Sailing : August 3 & 10
Shooting : August 8 & 10
Softball : July 28 – August 10
Surfing : July 30 – August 4
Table Tennis : August 4 & 10
Taekwondo : August 9 & 11
Tennis : July 29 – August 4
Triathlon : July 27 & 29
Water skiing : July 27 – 30
Weightlifting : July 27 – 30
Wrestling : August 7 & 10
Pan American Games 2019 Venue Info :
Ceremonies Venue :
The Estadio de Nacional del Peru is scheduled to host Opening and closing ceremonies and stadium capacity is 45,000.
Villa Deportiva Regional del Callao :
Miguel Grau Coliseum – Capacity 2633
Polideportivo Callao – 5341
Racquetball courts – TBC
San Miguel :
Circuito San Miguel – TBC
Estadio de Volley de Playa – 3000
Circuito BMX – 3000
Pista de skateboarding – 2500
Pista de Patinaje – 1000
Stand Alone :
Estadio Universidad San Marcos – 32,000
Villa Deportiva Nacional Videna
Athletic Stadium – 10,000
Aquatic Center – 5000
Bowling Center – 200
CAR Voleibol en la Videna – TBC
Polideportivo 1 – 2300
Polideportivo 2 – 1100
Polideportivo 3 – 860
Velodrome – 2300
Coliseo Eduardo Dibos
Equestrian Club Militar La Molina
Villa Maria del Triunfo :
Canchas de Pelota Vasca
Escuela Militar de Chorrilos :
Coliseo Mariscal Caceres
Escuela Militar de Chorrilos
Stand Alone :
Agua Dulse – 1000
Club Lawn Tennis de la Exposcicion – TBC
Golf club San Isidro – TBC
Las Palmas Air Base – 1100
Lima Convention Center – TBC
Morro Solar – 1000
Polideportivo Villa EI Salvador – 4600
Venues outside of Lima
Albufera Medio Mundo – TBC
Laguna Bujama – 1000
Rio Canete – 1000
Yacht Club Peruano – TBC
Punta Rocas – 1600
Pan American Games 2019 Broadcasting Rights Country Wise :
Mediapro will serve as host broadcaster . The Lima convention center will host the International Broadcast Center.
Argentina – TV Publica
Brazil – Grupo Globo
Costa Rica – Teletica
Unasur – DirecTV Sports
United States – NBC Universal
Pan American Games on ESPN Deportes.
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Pan Am Games 2023 :
After losing out to Lima in the previous election, the Chilean capital of Santiago was chosen as host for 2023, therefore keeping the Games in South America. Santiago was elected unanimously in 2017 after Buenos Aires withdrew its candidacy.