News - Pan American Games

Another candidate has emerged in the race for the Presidency of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), with Keith Joseph formally throwing his hat into the ring.

Read more: St Vincent and the Grenadines’ Joseph enters PASO race with Peterkin poised to join too

The Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) has fixed the date of a key Extraordinary General Assembly to agree and adopt its new Constitution for May 4 and 5 in Brasilia.

Read more: Key PASO meeting to coincide with start of Olympic torch relay in Brasilia

The Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) is poised to decide the venue and date of an Extraordinary General Assembly to agree and adopt its new Constitution, with El Salvador thought to be high on the list of possible settings.

Read more: El Salvador may host key PASO meeting

José Joaquín Puello, a 75-year-old neurosurgeon from the Dominican Republic, has emerged as a candidate to succeed Julio Maglione as President of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO).

Read more: Puello confirmed as candidate for PASO Presidency

Tobago’s Akeem Stewart was rewarded for his double gold medal success at the Para-Pan Games in Toronto in August with a cheque for US$6,000 presented by the president of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) Brian Lewis at the Conference Room of the Division of the Education, Youth Affairs and Sport in Scarborough, Tobago on Thursday.

Read more: Stewart gets Para-Pan double gold bonus

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