Asociación de Confederaciones Deportivas Panamericanas (ACODEPA)
Association of Pan American Sport Confederations
1992 Acapulco Mexico
Founded at Congress of B-XB3109 - Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), 1992, Acapulco (Mexico). Constituted 16 Aug 2000, Mexico City (Mexico). Legally registered under Mexican law, 5 Sep 2000, No: 2827.
Coordinate efforts to further development of Pan American sports, acting as the forum through which all continental confederations may express their concerns and point of views; assist organizers of Pan American Games in organization and coordination of the Pan American Sports Confederations.
Ordinary Congress (every 2 years); Executive Committee.
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