This Tuesday, it was confirmed that 19 municipalities from four regions will host the Santiago 2023 Pan American and Parapan American Games.
This Tuesday, the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games They have formalized their venues and venues for the most important sporting event to be held in our country next year.
During a ceremony held on the renovated third floor of the National Stadium, and chaired by the Minister of Sports, Alexandra Benadoit has been confirmed that four regions and 19 municipalities will host the event.
“We are happy to announce that we will not only be in Santiago with the different disciplines, but also in the regions of Valparaíso, O’Higgins and Bío Bío. This means a lot to us, because it is very important to be able to decentralize the sport”, assured the authority.
It is worth mentioning that there will be 75 disciplines that will see action between the 2023 Pan Am Games and the 2023 Parapan Am Games (PPG).
The traditional modality will start on October 20 next year, while the JPP will start on November 17.
Check out the full list of venues for Santiago 2023:
National Stadium (12 venues and 32 disciplines:
Aquatic Centre: swimming, diving, artistic swimming and para-swimming (JPP).
“Mario Recordón” Athletics Training Center: For Athletics (JPP).
National Stadium Colosseum: Athletics.
Center for Collective Sports Training: male and female artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline gymnastics and wheelchair rugby (JPP).
Sports center 1: basketball and wheelchair basketball (JPP).
Esplanade des Sports Urbains: BMX Freestyle cycling and skateboarding.
South courts: 3 x 3 basketball, para-powerlifting (JPP) and football for the cerebral palsy (JPP).
Paralympic training center: fencing, goalball (JPP) and football for the blind (JPP).
Field hockey training center: field hockey.
Contact the Sports Training Center: judo, taekwondo, karate, Paralympic judo (JPP) and Para taekwondo (JPP).
Training center for tennis and racquet sports: tennis, squash, racquetball and wheelchair tennis (JPP).
Patinodrome: speed skating.
Cerrillos Bicentenary Park (three sites and five disciplines):
PDG 5 Baseball and softball fields: baseball and softball.
CEO 6 Volleyball courts: volleyball and beach volleyball.
Cerrillos Bicentenary Park: sport climbing.
Peñalolén Park (three enclosures and six disciplines):
Velodrome: cycle path, figure skating and para cycle path (JPP).
BMX track: BMX races on bicycles.
Archery stands: Archery and Para Archery (JPP).
Other campuses in the metropolitan area (13 campuses and 20 disciplines):
Streets of Santiago (Santiago): marathon, walk, cycle route and para cycle route (JPP).
Lo Aguirre shooting range (Pudahuel): shooting and parasport shooting (JPP).
Metropolitan Park of Santiago 6 (Providencia): Mountain biking. Military School (Las Condes): modern pentathlon.
Spanish stadium (Las Condes): Basque pelota.
Olympic training center (Ñuñoa): badminton, table tennis, para badminton (JPP) and para table tennis (JPP).
La Reina Choose Healthy Living Center: boxing and wrestling.
Prince of Wales Country Club (The Queen): Golf.
Chimkowe Gym (Peñalolén): weightlifting.
Center Choose healthy living from the mirror: boccia (JPP).
Bowling Center (La Florida): bowling.
Municipal stadium of La Pintana: rugby 7.
Laguna Los Morros (San Bernardo): water skiing and open water swimming.
Valparaíso region (eight campuses and 10 disciplines):
Aconcagua River (Andes): canoe slalom.
San Isidro Riding School (Quillota): show jumping, dressage and full test.
Sausalito Stadium (Viña del Mar): men’s football.
Viña del Mar Sports Centre: handball.
Playa El Sol (Viña del Mar): triathlon.
Elías Figueroa Stadium (Valparaíso): women’s football.
Swimming pool of the naval school (Valparaíso): water polo.
Nautical Brotherhood of the Pacific (Algarrobo): sailing.
Punta de Lobos (Pichilemu): surfing.
Organic organic region:
Laguna Grande (San Pedro de la Paz): speed canoeing and rowing.
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