IV Panamerican Tenis Tournament

July 05, 2013

The largest tennis event in the region arrives to Santa Cruz - Bolivia from August 12 - 17. The IV Panamerican Tenis Tournament of Special Olympics will host over 150 athletes with and without intellectual disabilities from 14 countries to compete and demonstrate their skills while promoting a message of inclusion.

Torneo de Tenis

We are ready!

The IV Panamerican Tenis Tournament of Special Olympics arrives to Santa Cruz, Bolivia from August. 12 - 17. The delegations from Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Venezuela and Bolivia will meet to participate in this great event and demonstrate their athletic skills while promoting a message of inclusion, equality and respect through tennis.

This tournament is a reality due to the great support of companies that share the goal of using sports as a means of social development for people with intellectual disabilities and for the community.


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Santa Cruz Tenis Club

The competitions will be held at the Tennis Club of Santa Cruz, which has 24 tennis courts outdoors, with ample facilities. It also has changing rooms, swimming pools, saunas, areas of rest, multipurpose rooms, grills and seating areas.

It has also been used to host international and national events endorsed by ITF and Cosat.


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