This Sunday, July 14th, the Training Camp, with most countries, will start its operations as a prelude to the Paris Olympic Games. Over 135 athletes from 31 countries will prepare at the Mulhouse—Alsace venue before arriving in the French capital city.

Marileidy Paulino from the Dominican Republic, Neisi Dajomes from Ecuador, and Anderson Peters from Grenada are just a few of the stars training at this camp.

Mulhouse, July 10th, 2024. Everything is set and ready for Mulhouse Alsacia City, less than three hours from Paris, to welcome the athletes from the American continent to the Training Camp with most countries before the Olympic Games.

There is a total of 31 countries that will participate in this camp organized by Panam Sports and the Mulhouse Alsacia Group, from July 14th to August 4th: Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermudas, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Dominica, Ecuador, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, British Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Suriname, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago and Uruguay.

Over 135 athletes from the Americas and their coaches will participate in this prelude to Paris 2024. In total, there are 15 disciplines, among them Athletics, Badminton, Boxing, Artistic Gymnastics, Judo, Weightlifting, Wrestling, Swimming, Rowing, Taekwondo, Archery, Shooting Sports, Table Tennis, Triathlon, and Beach Volleyball.

Several prominent athletes, including Olympic, world, and pan-American medalists, are participating in this camp. These are some of the athletes aiming to shine in Paris 2024:

  • Marileidy Paulino (Dominican Republic): Ambassador for Team Panam Sports. World Champion at the 400-meter dash and 4×400 mixed relay, silver Olympic medalist in the 400-meter dash and 4×400 Mixed Relay in Tokyo 2020, and twice Pan American champion in Santiago 2023. Furthermore, she will be the flag bearer for her country in Paris 2024.
  • Neisi Dajomes (Ecuador): Olympic champion in Weightlifting at Tokyo 2020, world medalist in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Pan American champion at Lima 2019 and flag bearer for Ecuador at Paris 2024.
  • Anderson Peters (Grenada): Twice world champion in Javelin at Doha 2019 and Eugene 2022. Pan American champion at Lima 2019.
  • Flor Ruiz Hurtado (Colombia): Silver medalist in Javelin throw at the World Championship in Budapest 2023 and Pan American champion in Santiago 2023.
  • Angie Palacios (Ecuador): Pan American Champion in Weightlifting at Santiago 2023 and world medalist in 2022 and 2023.
  • Hillary Herón (Panama): Pan American vice-champion in 2024, Bronze medalist in the Gymnastics World Cup at Cairo 2023.
  • Karla Navas (Panama): Gold Medal at the Doha World Cup, Qatar 2024. Pan American champion at Santa Marta 2024.
  • Lisseth Ayovi (Ecuador): Silver medalist at Santiago 2023 in Weightlifting and a bronze medal at the Riyadh 2023 world championship.
  • Alexander Ogando (República Dominicana): Silver Olympic medalist in 4×400 Mixed Relay at Tokyo 2020 and the latest world champion at the Paris 2024 Diamond League.

Panam Sports Channel will have complete broadcast coverage of this training center and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games after. From July 15th, a daily 30-minute show will be broadcast from Mulhouse, France, with interviews, reports, testimonials, and everything you need to know about the participation of the athletes from our American continent in the Olympic event.