AIPS America Congresses / FEPEDA

24.- 2017: Cali – Colombia

23.- 2015: Manaus – Brazil

22.- 2013: Asuncion – Paraguay

21.- 2012: Manaus – Brasil

20.- 2011: Bucaramanga – Colombia (*****)

19.- 2010: Tijuana – Mexico

18.- 2009: Milan – Italy (****)

17.- 2008: Tijuana – Mexico

16.- 2007: Colima – Mexico

15.- 2006: Cartagena – Colombia

14.- 2005: Guayaquil – Equator

13.- 2004: Nueva York – United States of America

12.- 2003: Panama City – Panama

11.- 2000: Fortaleza – Brazil

10.- 1998: Montevideo – Uruguay

09.- 1997: Cochabamba – Bolivia

08.- 1995: Santiago – Chile

07.- 1994: Atlanta – United States of America

06.- 1991: Buenos Aires – Argentina

05.- 1989: Caracas – Venezuela

04.- 1986: Caracas – Venezuela

03.- 1985: Mexico City– Mexico (***)

02.- 1982: Havanna, Cuba (**)

01.- 1982: Caracas – Venezuela (*)

(*) Declaration of Caracas, May 28. They lay the foundations for the creation of the Latin American and Caribbean Federation of Sports Journalists.

(**) On August 7, the first board of directors of the Latin American and Caribbean Federation of Sports Journalists is sworn in. Frank Taylor, president of AIPS, was present.

(***) It adopts the name of FEPEDA (Federation of Sports Journalists of America). The first directive is designated under this name.

(****)  Extraordinary Congress, the only one held outside of America.

(*****) It adopts the name of AIPS America.