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2014 Pan American Sports Festival

The I Pan American Sports Festival (Spanish: Festival Deportivo Panamericano) was a multi-sport event held between 11 July and 30 September 2014 in Mexico.[1] The Festival was organized by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO).

I Pan American Sports Festival
2014 Pan American Sports Festival logo.svg
Host cityMexico City
Country Mexico
Nations participating41
Athletes participating3,200
Events23 sports
DatesJuly 11, 2014 (2014-07-11) - September 30, 2014 (2014-09-30)
WebsiteOfficial website (archived)

VenuesEdit

The Festival was held at various locations throughout Mexico.[2]

City Venue Sport Date
Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes Velódromo Bicentenario Track Cycling 10–14 September
Cuautlancingo, Puebla Complejo Deportivo Cuautlancingo Artistic roller skating 16–19 July
Roller speed skating 16–19 July
Guadalajara, Jalisco Complejo Nissan de Gimnasia Artistic gymnastics 17–19 July
Rhythmic gymnastics 25–27 July
Trampolining 26–27 July
Complejo de Racquetbol de la Unidad Deportiva Revolución Racquetball 2–8 August
Huauchinango, Puebla Río el Sifón Slalom canoeing 11–13 July
Mexico City Alberca Olímpica Francisco Márquez Diving 27–30 September
Swimming 26–30 September
Centro Deportivo Olímpico Mexicano (CDOM) Modern pentathlon 17–20 July
Synchronized swimming 27–29 September
Centro Nacional de Desarrollo de Talentos Deportivos y Alto Rendimiento (CNAR) Fencing 11–14 September
Table tennis 17–20 July
Weightlifting 19–21 July
Estadio de atletismo Jesús Martínez "Palillo" Athletics 15–16 August
Gimnasio Edel Ojeda, Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN), Unidad Zacatenco Wrestling 15–17 July
Gimnasio Olímpico Juan de la Barrera Boxing 16–20 July
Pista Olímpica de Remo y Canotaje "Virgilio Uribe" (Cuemanco) Canoeing 5–7 September
Rowing 17–20 July
Monterrey, Nuevo León Parque Fundidora Triathlon 7 September
Pachuca, Hidalgo Centro de Convenciones TUZOFORUM Judo 13–14 September
Puebla, Puebla Boliche Noria Pro Bowling 17–20 July
Gimnasio Miguel Hidalgo Taekwondo 19–21 July
Querétaro, Querétaro Auditorio José María Arteaga Badminton 13–15 September
Tequesquitengo, Morelos Playa Xoxo Open water swimming 26–29 September
Pista de Esquí Acuático Aqua Ski Water skiing 16–20 July
Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala Pabellón commercial del Centro Expositor de Tlaxcala Karate 26–27 July
Toluca, México Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México (UAEM) Archery 17–20 July
Zinacantepec, México Canchas de Squash de IMCUFIDE Squash 7–13 September

The GamesEdit

Participating nationsEdit

SportsEdit

Medals tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Mexico)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Cuba (CUB)643725126
2  Brazil (BRA)553840133
3  Mexico (MEX)*495853160
4  United States (USA)382339100
5  Colombia (COL)29343699
6  Venezuela (VEN)27154587
7  Canada (CAN)204543108
8  Argentina (ARG)16223977
9  Ecuador (ECU)1292041
10  Dominican Republic (DOM)8181642
11  Chile (CHI)6132443
12  Puerto Rico (PUR)35816
13  Guatemala (GUA)29617
14  Jamaica (JAM)25613
15  Peru (PER)221014
16  El Salvador (ESA)2114
17  Dominica (DMA)2002
18  Costa Rica (CRC)1258
19  Paraguay (PAR)1225
20  Panama (PAN)1135
21  Bahamas (BAH)1102
  Saint Lucia (LCA)1102
Totals (22 nations)3423414211104

Source: Official website (archived)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Festival Deportivo Panamericano 2014, retrieved August 22, 2014
  2. ^ Host Cities, retrieved August 22, 2014

External linksEdit