The Curaçao Sport and Olympic Federation is a proud member and associate member of several prominent organizations, including CANOC, CCS, and ODESUR. These affiliations open exciting opportunities for us to participate in a wide range of international sporting events, including the Caribbean Games, Central American and Caribbean Games, and South American Games
Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC)
The Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees [hereinafter called “CANOC”] is a regional Non-Governmental Organization comprising National Olympic Committees, Commonwealth Games Associations, and governing bodies of National Sports Organizations (not including governmental or political entities).
It was established the 31st day of July 2003 and has as its principal objectives the celebration and conduct of the Caribbean Games and the Promotion, Development and Protection of Sport as well as the Olympic Movement in the Caribbean through its member organizations.
Villa Point, Indian Bay Road, Kingstown, Box 1644, St Vincent, and the Grenadines
Organización Deportiva Suramericana (ODESUR)
ODESUR stands for Organización Deportiva Suramericana and it is a multi-sports organization. Who organizes the South American Games.
The mission of ODESUR is to support, stimulate, and promote sports in this part of the region, without distinction of gender and race, protecting the well-being of athletes and National Olympic Committees (NOCs), for the benefit of a more inclusive and participative society.
The vision of ODESUR is to transform into a role model institution, a beacon for others, and above all, work tirelessly, not only to showcase what we do but also to bring to life the many dreams that are woven into the collective memory of our peers. They aspire to make these dreams a reality in the coming years, leaving a legacy for future generations.
Autopista Ñu Guasu
Gran Asunción│Luque, Paraguay
Centro Caribe Sports (CCS)
Central Caribbean Sport is the oldest sports organization in Central America and the Caribbean recognized by the International Olympic Committee. It seeks, through the principles and norms of the Olympic Charter, to generate high quality sporting events that promote social development.
Their vision is to be the international sports organization of reference for Central America and the Caribbean, driving regional athletes to the top of world sport, through a solid and reliable platform.
Values are Respect, Unity, Excellence, and Integrity
Centro Caribe Sports is the entity in charge of organizing the Central American and Caribbean Games, as well as the Central American and Caribbean Beach Games.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic