2014 Central American and Caribbean Games

The 22nd Central American and Caribbean Games were held November 14–30, 2014 in Veracruz, Mexico.[2][3] The Games featured 36 sports, with most occurred in Veracruz, but some occurred in Boca del Río, Xalapa, Córdoba, Tuxpan, and Coatzacoalcos

2014 Central American and Caribbean Games
2014 Central American and Caribbean Games logo.svg
Host cityVeracruz
Teams participating31 Countries
Athletes participating5,707 Athletes
Events36 Sports
Opening ceremonyNovember 14, 2014 (2014-11-14)
Closing ceremonyNovember 30, 2014 (2014-11-30)
Officially opened byMiguel Ángel Osorio Chong[1]
Main venueEstadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente
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The following 31 countries took part. The numbers in parentheses represents the number of athletes entered. [citation needed]

Participating Nations

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Mexico)

1  Cuba (CUB)1236665254
2  Mexico (MEX)*115106111332
3  Colombia (COL)707578223
4  Venezuela (VEN)5679110245
5  Dominican Republic (DOM)20342377
6  Puerto Rico (PRI)15244584
7  Guatemala (GTM)15194377
8  Bahamas (BHS)4318
9  El Salvador (SLV)291223
10  Trinidad and Tobago (TTO)21811
11  Aruba (ABW)2114
12  Costa Rica (CRI)131115
13  Honduras (HND)12912
14  Panama (PAN)1247
15  U.S. Virgin Islands (VIR)1236
16  Dominica (DMA)1012
17  British Virgin Islands (VGB)1001
  Cayman Islands (CYM)1001
  Saint Lucia (LCA)1001
20  Nicaragua (NIC)0257
21  Barbados (BRB)0134
  Jamaica (JAM)0134
  Suriname (SUR)0134
24  Antigua and Barbuda (ATG)0101
25  Haiti (HTI)0033
26  Guyana (GUY)0022
27  Belize (BLZ)0000
  Bermuda (BMU)0000
  Grenada (GRD)0000
  Saint Kitts and Nevis (KNA)0000
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (VCT)0000
Totals (31 nations)4324325441408



  1. ^ (in Spanish) [1] (translation: "Veracruz 2014 will be the best games ever: Osorio Chong). Published by El Informador on 2014-11-14; retrieved 2015-4-20.
  2. ^ Sport page Archived 2012-10-30 at the Wayback Machine of the official website for the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games (www.veracruz2014.mx); retrieved 2012-11-13.
  3. ^ (in Spanish) Asamblea ODECABE, Islas Caimán (translation: "CASCO Assembly, Cayman Islands"). Published by CASCO on 2012-10-27; retrieved 2012-11-13.

External linksEdit

Official website (archived) (in Spanish)