Asociación Panamericana de Atletismo (APA)
Association of Panamerican Athletics (APA)
1972-09-01 Munich Germany FR
Founded 1 Sep 1972, Munich (Germany FR), as Panamerican Athletics Commission -- Comisión Panamericana de Atletismo. Previously also referred to in French as Commission athlétique panaméricaine. Restructured under current title 28 Oct 2011, Guadalajara (Mexico), when constitution was adopted.
Strive to bring together confederations and other bodies of the Americas which develop athletics in their respective areas; develop athletics exchanges within the Americas; unite concepts, methods and other formulae related to the sport of athletics; recognize Panamerican records and maintain statistics of both area and national records; promote competitions with other continents; promote activities to contribute to the strengthening of athletics and the greater spread of the sport throughout the hemisphere; indicate to fans that international competitions are a demonstration of agility and vigour of youth and of unity among peoples of the Americas.
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