Those who have yet to apply for accreditation to the Cali 2021 Junior Pan American Games have until 11:59pm (Colombia) of September 15th to send the registration. 

CALI, COLOMBIA  — As the clock winds down to the start of the first edition of the Junior Pan American Games, in a few days more it will mark an important milestone with the deadline for national and international media accreditations.

All of the information regarding the application process can be found online on Cali 2021’s official website, including a step-by-step manual explaining the registration process. Visit the following link to apply:

The registration form must indicate the press organization and how many accreditations will be requested in order to carry out their coverage throughout the multisport event.

The form also requires details such as your name, address and telephone number, in addition to attaching your letter of authorization. All international press agencies must also attach a letter issued by a National Olympic Committee, Confederation or National Federation. National press agencies in Colombia must provide a certificate of operation and legal representation or a signed letter from the agency’s Director of Communications.

Once all of the data is received and the documents are attached, the platform will request the number of accreditations the agency is seeking for journalists and photographers who will cover the Games from November 25 to December 5.

Following the submission of the requirements, the Cali 2021 Organizing Committee will review the applications and will notify each agency in a timely manner so that they can continue the accreditation process.

The second phase of the media accreditation process will be held from September 15 to October 31. In phase two, each agency will submit the official registration of each person who will be receiving one of the allotted accreditations.

Remember to finish your registration before September 15 to be a part of the 1st Junior Pan American Games of Cali 2021!