President of ODESUR thanks the commitment of Chile to achieve the South American Games 2014 Santiago
Recognition and thankfulness. That was the tone of the speech of the President of the South American Sports Organization – ODESUR, Carlos Arthur Nuzman at the opening of the ODESUR General Assembly, held on this Friday morning, March 7th, in Santiago. When opening the meeting, Nuzman made a special thanks to the Chilean government, the Olympic Committee of Chile and the Organizing Committee for the X South American Games Santiago 2014 for the determination to hold this competition. “The ODESUR recognizes the effort and commitment of...Read More
In the meeting at the La Moneda Palace, the President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera ratifies to the President of the South American Sports Organization-ODESUR, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, the support of the Government of Chile to the South American Games Santiago 2014.
In the meeting at the La Moneda Palace, the President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera ratifies to the President of the South American Sports Organization-ODESUR, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, the support of the Government of Chile to the South American Games Santiago 2014. Thursday, March 6, 2014 the President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, ratifies to Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the ODESUR, his personal support and that of the Government of Chile to the X South American Games, which will be inaugurated on Friday, March 7, at 10pm in the National...Read More
The city of Cochabamba, Bolivia, will host the South American Games in 2018. The election took place this Saturday, April 14, in Rio de Janeiro, during the session of the General Assembly of the South American Sports Organization – Odesur. The application of Cochabamba received the personal support of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales. On Friday 13th, Morales came to Rio de Janeiro specially to meet the president of Odesur, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, and to ratify the support of his Government to the candidacy of the city of Cochabamba to...Read More
(Español) Mensaje del Presidente – Por el fallecimiento de la Directora de los IX Juegos Suramericanos Medellín 2010
The city of Lima in Peru will host the I South-American Youth Games. The decision was made today, Monday 6 August, during the Extraordinary General Assembly of the South-American Sports Organization (Odesur), held in London. The event is scheduled to take place from September 9 to 29, 2013. During the Assembly, the President of ODESUR, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, received a letter from the president of Peru, Ollanta Humala Tasso, through which the latter provided his support to Lima´s candidacy and confirming the commitment of holding the Games in...Read More
The ODESUR Evaluation Commission visited the city of Lima, Peru, last July 8-9, to analyze the candidature of Lima to host the I South American Youth Games, in 2013.
The Commission, composed by its President, Nicole Hoevertsz, IOC member and Secretary General of the Aruba Olympic Committee, and the ODESUR Sports Manager, Fabio Ramirez visited the city sports facilities and met the Candidature Organizing Committee, composed by members of the Peruvian Olympic Committee and city authorities. In the occasion they have been received by the Minister of Education of Peru, Patricia Salas O’brien and the Vice-Minister, José Martín Vegas Torres, who assured the total support of the Peruvian Federal Government to...Read More
The Games first edition to be held in 2013, with 17 sports modalities. The South American sports calendar has been increased with another important continental competition. The General Assembly of the South American Sports Organization (ODESUR), held on May 25, 2012, in the city of Santiago, in Chile, launched the South American Youth Games, for athletes in the age range 14-17. The first edition of the competition will be organized in 2013, in a city to be chosen by the ODESUR Extraordinary Assembly session taking place in London, on the...Read More
A study conducted by the South American Sports Organization (ODESUR) disclosed that South America is constantly improving results in the Pan-American Games medal panel. The study takes in consideration the four last editions of the event. From Winnipeg 1999 to Guadalajara 2011, the number of medals awarded to South American countries increased from 292 to 459, i.e. 57.1 per cent growth. North America’s performance, for example, has declined, from 549 medals awarded in 1999 to 488 in the Mexico 2011 edition. On the other hand, Central America...Read More