PANAM SPORTS CHANNEL LAUNCHES NEW SERIES “WITHOUT BORDERS”
The new sports program will feature great interviews, news from Americas’ National Olympic Committees on the road to Tokyo 2020 and the latest updates on everything in Pan American sports.
The first episode will air on Tuesday at 5:00 pm (ET) featuring an exclusive interview with three-time Olympic Champion Mijain Lopez of Cuba, a report from the Panam Sports Athlete Commission in Miami and more details about the first Junior Pan American Games, as well as a few surprises.
SANTIAGO, CHILE (June 1, 2021) — With the main objective of uniting the continent with an informative and entertaining program providing all the news from the National Olympic Committees and their athletes, Panam Sports Channel is proud to present its new series called “Without Borders”.
Each episode of the series will feature more than 30 minutes of sports action, interviews, social media highlights and in-depth reports that will be produced in the new TV studio located in the Panam Sports office in Santiago, Chile. The series features news from our important “correspondents” at the National Olympic Committees who will send us the latest updates and reports about their athletes and organization as they look forward to the most important sporting events such as the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Cali 2021 Junior Pan American Games and Santiago 2023 Pan American Games.
“Without Borders” will be hosted by the young Chilean-Mexican journalist Daniella Santos, a reporter and sports fan who has spent much of her life in the United States and has previously worked for ESPN.
Working alongside her is a group of professionals from the Broadcasting, Communications and Marketing areas of Panam Sports, who in addition to contributing to this new series will also facilitate the live broadcasts of Pan American Qualifying events, as well as other surprises.
The first episode of “Without Borders” will air on Tuesday at 5 pm (ET) and will feature an exclusive interview from Cuba with the three-time Olympic wrestling champion Mijain Lopez. The five-time World and Pan American champion will share how he is preparing for Tokyo and if he plans on retiring after his fourth Olympics. The show will also include a complete report on the first face-to-face meeting of the year for the Panam Sports Athlete Commission in Miami, as well as the “Across the Americas” segment with reports from the National Olympic Committees regarding the latest athlete qualifications for Tokyo 2020.
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