The Athletes' Village for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games is among the sporting venues to have opened its doors as a coronavirus medical facility.
Britain's Trade Envoy to Peru attended a ceremony declaring Lima 2019 as the first "green" Pan American Games in history.
Brazil's Olympic judo champion Rafaela Silva is set to fight her two-year doping ban at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Lima 2019 Pan American Games sports director Gustavo San Martín has been elected President of the Peruvian Sports Institute (IPD).
A lawyer representing cyclist Njisane Phillip has criticised Panam Sports following the organisation’s publication of a revised Lima 2019 medal table, which revealed the Trinidad and Tobago athlete had failed a drug test.
A series of changes have been made to the official medal table of the Lima 2019 Pan American Games after the Panam Sports Executive Committee approved the disqualifications resulting from the 15 positive doping cases discovered.
Best male and female athletes are set to be named at the inaugural Panam Sports Awards here tomorrow (December 13).
Panam Sports President Neven Ilic has claimed the decision to keep the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima was one of the best decisions of his life, while he called for Governments to invest in the next generation of athletes.
The Lima 2019 Organising Committee (COPAL) has passed on its Pan American Games experience at a knowledge-sharing seminar with the event's next hosts, Santiago.
Peru's Angélica Espinoza and William Fernández are hoping to boost their Paralympic prospects for Tokyo next year by travelling to Bari to compete at the Taekwondo Europe Open European Para-Taekwondo Championships.
High jumper Levern Spencer and javelin thrower Albert Reynolds have been financially rewarded by the Saint Lucia Olympic Committee (SLOC) for winning medals at this year's Pan American Games in Lima.
The Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) have unveiled the nominees for the Best Female Athlete at the 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima.
Olympic champion Rafaela Silva has been stripped of her Lima 2019 judo gold medal after Panam Sports confirmed her positive test at last month’s Pan American Games.
Olympic judo gold medallist Rafaela Silva of Brazil has admitted testing positive for a banned substance during last month's Pan American Games in Lima.