Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games



Just about any sport geek drools over the thought of attending the Toronto Pan Am fiesta, just as it comes around the corner. This occurrence is pretty rare, considering the fact that these games take place once every four years, quite like the Olympics. Turning 17 this 2015, this festival will shed light on the whole of Canada as a host of a big event.


Starting on the 10th of July, the Toronto Pan Am Games will run for 16 days, ending on the 26th of July. Having witnessed the last Pan Am Games that were held in Mexico, I can say for certain that there will be attendees of all ages and ethnicities to witness this colossal event. According to fanatics, there will be over 7000 athletes from the Caribbean and the United States of America, ready to compete with all that they have. The tickets will be quite affordable too, their cost ranging from $15 to $45 only. Individuals who are under 16 and above 65 will be granted a discount, which makes it possible for you to attend these games with your entire family.


If you are a Torontonian who wishes to seek out the closest venue to watch the games, you could definitely check out the list that is available on their website. Some of the venues include the Etobicoke Olympium, the Canadian Tennis Centre, the CIBC Pan Am Park, the Varsity Stadium, and the Toronto Coliseum.


A handful of the innumerable games that could be viewed during the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games have been mentioned as follows:

  • Archery
  • BMX
  • Cycling
  • Equestrian
  • Gymnastics
  • Modern Pentathlon
  • Squash
  • Taekwondo
  • Trampoline
  • Water Polo


Along with the games, attendees get the chance to attend the additional events and festivities of the Pan Am Games, a few of which are:

  • Panamania: A program that consists of four parts, Panamania coincides with the Pan Am Games. Starting with over 200 acts, the display of the Opening Ceremony, the view of fireworks, to a street party that allows you to bump into like-minded people who adore sports, the Panamania is a method of highlighting the various cultures in Canada.
  • Torch Relay: A torch will be lit and carried by over 3000 torchbearers, being carried across 15,000+ kilometres, from Mexico to Canada. This journey will mark the spirit of the Pan Am Games, along with showcasing the unity of the different countries that are involved with the fiesta.


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