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Neven Ilic – Panam Sports President is confident the Lima 2019 Pan American Games will prove the “greatest”, despite admitting the organisation of the event had got off to an “uncertain” start.

Ilic made the comments here during his address at the Panam Sports General Assembly, taking place on the eve of the Lima 2019 Opening Ceremony

Ilic said,“We started being very afraid two years ago, we faced a challenge, it was very uncertain. We had a very worrying situation but found a professional team that was willing to face the challenge for this country and we decided to trust one another.”

“We did not make a mistake and they have done a great job, the feedback I have received is telling me we have done a great job. Athletes are happy, the Village and venues are great. This is the responsibility of everyone, we are all players of these Games and are not spectators.”

“These 16 days will not be easy, but we have a great starting point. I would like to thank Peru, they have done a fantastic job. These will be the greatest Pan American Games.”

Complejo Deportivo Villa María del Triunfo is one of the main venue clusters at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games.

The Opening Ceremony at the Estadio Nacional del Perú is due to take place tomorrow night, with Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi and Peruvian opera star Juan Diego Flórez set to perform in front of a sold-out crowd.

It will mark the start of 16 days of action across 39 sports, with around 6,800 athletes expected to compete. 

The United States boasts one of the largest teams at the event, with 643 American athletes travelling here. Competition will take place at 21 different venues across the city

Athletics, aquatics, cycling, handball, judo, badminton, table tennis, artistic roller skating, bowling and squash will be held at the former, while the latter welcomes hockey, five-a-side football, baseball, softball, basque pelota and water polo. 

Twenty-two disciplines will offer participants a chance to qualify for next year’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. 

Around 250,000 tickets have been sold so far, with Lima 2019 expecting interest after the Games begin.