As part of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, more than 40 competition venues are located throughout Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area.
Sport venues have been arranged in seven clusters, with five clusters in Toronto.
By using clusters, the organizing committee is able to group multiple sports together by a sports theme or location, to improve operations and reduce costs. Those benefits include simpler transportation and a better experience for many involved.
For example, for spectators, this means being able to go to one location to watch a swim competition, a fencing match, and part of the modern pentathlon. For athletes, it means being able to run a race, then cheer on a teammate at the tennis courts.
In addition to the construction of the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, a number of City-owned facilities are undergoing capital improvements in support of the 2015 Games.
Torontonians from all parts of the city will be able to take part in this incredible event since Pan Am/Parapan Am Games sport venues are spread across the city – from North York, to the waterfront, to Scarborough, Etobicoke and the downtown core.