Venues of the 2003 Pan American Games

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The 2003 Pan American Games were held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and surrounding area. The Pan American Games ran from in July and August 2003.

This is a list of competition venues that were used during the games. 34 Venues will be used, with a majority of them being built for the games.

Olympic Park Cluster[edit]

Venue Sports Capacity Ref.
Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center Basketball 9,000 [1]
Softball Stadium Softball 5,000 [2]
Olympic Velodrome - Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center Cycling (track) 2,000 [3]
Olympic Stadium Athletics
Ceremonies
Football
35,000 [4]
Judo Pavilion Fencing
Judo
2,000 [5]
Aquatics Center - Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center Diving
Swimming
Synchronized swimming
Water polo
4,000 [6]
Combat Pavillion Karate
Taekwondo
Wrestling
2,500 [7]
Volleyball Pavilion Volleyball 5,000 [8]
Road cycling circuit Cycling (road) 10,000 [9]
Racquetball Pavillion Racquetball 600 [10]
Olympic Stadium Basque Pelota Basque pelota 400 [11]

East Park Cluster[edit]

Venue Sports Capacity Ref.
Tennis Center Tennis 3,600 [12]
Handball Hall Handball 2,000 [13]
Weightlifting Pavilion Weightlifting 2,000 [14]
East Park Football Field Football 2,000 [15]
Table Tennis Center Table tennis 2,300 [16]
Gymnastic Pavilion Gymnastics (Artistic and Rhythmic) 3,000 [17]
Hockey Field - East Park Field hockey 2,000 [18]
Archery field - East Park Archery 500 [19]

Venues elsewhere in Santo Domingo[edit]

Venue Sports Capacity Ref.
UASD Pavillion Badminton 2,000 [20]
Estadio Quisqueya Baseball 16,500 [21]
Sebelen Bowling Center Bowling 800 [22]
Carlos Teo Cruz Coliseum Boxing 7,000 [23]
Isabela River Water skiing 600 [24]
Mauricio Baez Club Roller skating 4,000 [25]
Feria Ganadera Modern pentathlon
Volleyball (beach)
2,000 [26]
San Souci Shooting Center Shooting 2,000 [27]
San Souci Triathlon 5,000 [28]
Body Shop - Plaza Naco Squash 800 [29]

Venues outside of Santo Domingo[edit]

Venue Sports Capacity City Ref.
Estadio Panamericano, San Cristóbal Football 2,800 San Cristóbal [30]
Rincon Lake Canoeing (sprint)
Rowing
800 Sabana del Puerto [31]
Club Nautico Sailing 2,000 Boca Chica [32]
Mountain Bike Center Cycling (Mountain biking) 2,000 Jarabacoa [33]
Palmarejo Equestrian Center Equestrian (Dressage and Jumping) 600 - [34]

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