It’s time to get out of the US, and feature some tracks found in the rest of the world. So today, its South America, and the Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos found in Santiago. The stadium was first opened in 1938, and underwent a major renovation in 2010. The current seating capacity is 46,000, but will be increased to over 70,000 in time for the 2014 South American games, which are held every four years. The stadium is part of a large athletic complex, including a second warm-up track, velodrome, tennis courts, gymnasiums, and fields.