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Actually the handover was one of my top three favorite parts of the closing ceremony.

It was a better handover performance than the Toronto one in Guadalajara!

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I really hope Peru does good ceremonies in 2019. Their culture and incan inheritance are potential material to make an unforgettable show.

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For me Guadalajara performance in 2007 was the best

Actually it was better than the full first part of the Opening Ceremony of Guadalajara 2011.

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Aside from the Spider-Llama, Lima presented us a beautiful handover and a long one too. It's a new, refreshing change to the repeated host countries of 2007, 2011 and 2015.

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Even comparing to some Olympic handover performances, Lima presentation beats them. This was a great effort.

I certainly enjoyed it more than the Pyeongchang and London handover! My god were those embarrassing!

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For me Guadalajara performance in 2007 was the best

I noticed with that Guadalajaro clip, they didn't use HDTV cameras becuz the images are quite blurry. Pity because it's really colorful.

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Is Lima removing any sports/events?

About sports, i asked to the fb page of Lima 2019, and they've said that any sport will be removed. In Lima 2019 the 28 olympic sports will be present + 10 sport reconozised by ODEPA/PASO, and surf.

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About sports, i asked to the fb page of Lima 2019, and they've said that any sport will be removed. In Lima 2019 the 28 olympic sports will be present + 10 sport reconozised by ODEPA/PASO, and surf.

Will women's baseball and men's softball be held?

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It's Been A Successful Pan Am Games At Toronto This Year, Next Stop Lima, Peru In 2019.

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Basque pelota has also been added (after missing 2015) bringing the total to 38 sports. A total of 6,550 athletes will compete (up approximately 450 from 2015)

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The head of the OC has resigned. 

None of the new venues are under construction and according to some media reports, Lima stands a chance of being stripped of the games.

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