1967 Pan American Games
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Winnipeg 1967 Pan American Games.
|Events||169 in 19 sports|
|Opening ceremony||July 23|
|Closing ceremony||August 6|
|Officially opened by||Prince Philip|
|Main venue||Winnipeg Stadium|
Winnipeg was chosen as host of the Pan American Games on its second try. It first bid for 1963 São Paulo at the 1959 PASO meeting in Chicago. It lost to São Paulo, Brazil. The Winnipeg Pan American Society then turned its sights to 1967 and was named host nation at the PASO meeting at the São Paulo Games.
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|1||United States (USA) a||128/ 120||69/ 63||47/ 42||244/ 225|
|2||Canada (CAN) 1 a||17/ 12||39/ 37||50/ 43||106/ 92|
|4||Argentina (ARG) a||8||14/ 13||12/ 11||34/ 32|
The games used 17 different venues with a few still in use after 1967:
- Winnipeg Stadium – opened in 1953 it was used for the opening ceremonies; it was demolished in 2013 for re-development as retail and commercial site known as The Plaza at Polo Park
- Pan Am Stadium, University of Manitoba – hosted track and field and used renamed University Stadium
- Pan Am Pool – Swimming and diving; re-used for 1999 Pan Am Games and now in use as public pool
- Winnipeg Revolver and Pistol Association – shooting (rifle/pistol) ranges belong to a private shooting club. Team storage building now in use as an indoor pistol range.
- Winnipeg Velodrome – Cycling; demolished 1998 and now site of retail stores
- Royal Alexandra Hotel - Press Centre; built in 1908 it closed shortly after the Games ended and demolished in 1971