Newly-elected Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) President Neven Ilic has today travelled to Lima to inspect under-fire preparations for the 2019 Pan American Games in the Peruvian capital.
Fresh allegations against Kuwaiti powerbroker Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, culminating in his resignation from all football related roles yesterday, is another blow for a sports world already reeling on the canvas. If another key official in John Coates loses his position as Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) head on Saturday (May 6), then two of International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach's closest remaining allies would be facing a loss of influence.
Neven Ilic has claimed preparations for Lima 2019 are his number one priority after being elected President of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) here today.
Chile's Neven Ilic has been elected President of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) by 26 votes to 25 over José Joaquín Puello of the Dominican Republic.
Neven Ilic, Carlos Nuzman and José Joaquín Puello all outlined different priorities and leadership styles when presenting their respective Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Presidential credentials here today.
Chile's Neven Ilic, Brazil's Carlos Nuzman and Dominican Republic's José Joaquín Puello will each have 10 minutes to formally present their respective bids for the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Presidency in tomorrow's General Assembly.
Nick Butler: PASO election is refreshingly unpredictable but missing the "sport" part of sport politics
This week’s Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) General Assembly is taking place on the Uruguayan coast in the idyllic surroundings of the wonderfully named Enjoy Conrad Punta del Este Resort Hotel.
A frantic final three days of lobbying has begun here today as delegates arrive for a crunch week of Pan American Sports Organisation (PASO) meetings culminating in a Presidential election on Wednesday (April 26).
Exclusive: Ilic claims PASO Presidential bid "stronger than ever" despite Pan American Games distraction
Chile's Neven Ilic has insisted his campaign for the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Presidency is "stronger than ever" despite Santiago becoming the only candidate in the race for the 2023 Pan American Games.
Convincing old leaders when to quit is one of many problems confronting the sports movement as it strives to improve governance standards.
Chile's Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Presidential contender Neven Ilic has been cleared of breaking any electoral rules after embarking on a tour of the Caribbean alongside the body's vice-president Ivar Sisniega.
Keith Joseph, Neven Ilic, Carlos Nuzman, Richard Peterkin and José Joaquín Puello have all formally submitted their applications to be President of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), insidethegames has learned.
Saint Lucia's International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Richard Peterkin has revealed an intention to withdraw from the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Presidential race in order to help ensure a "consensus candidate" is victorious.
Strict electoral regulations reducing the way in which candidates can campaign for the Presidency of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) have been circulated by the continental body.
Only one Caribbean candidate is expected to be put forward in the election to select the new President of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), insidethegames understands, despite there currently being three contenders from the region.