Organisation sportive panaméricaine
Organización Deportiva Panamericana (ODEPA)
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1940 Buenos Aires Argentina
1940, Buenos Aires (Argentina), as Pan American Sports Committee. Previous title Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) – Organisation sportive panaméricaine – Organización Deportiva Panamericana (ODEPA), adopted, 11 Mar 1955, Mexico City (Mexico), at the end of 6th Ordinary Assembly on Pan American Sports. Present name adopted 2018. Also known as Panam Sports Organization.
Strengthen bonds of friendship and solidarity among the peoples of America; further development of the Olympic ideal in accordance with the rules and regulations of the International Olympic Committee; cooperate with and assist international federations in America duly recognized by IOC; organize and direct the Pan American Games; serve in the capacity of sports counsellor when requested.
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Ordinary Assembly (every 4 year, before Games); Executive Committee; Commissions (15).
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