Central American and Caribbean Games 2014 and 2018 in the TM Database

2023 Finals on Friday morning

On the night of Thursday to Friday, the match for third place and the soccer final will take place at the Central American and Caribbean Games. In line with the final, (Site notre blog d’information) entered the latest events from 2014 and 2018 into the database. In 2014, host nation Mexico won gold in Veracruz. Venezuela won silver and Cuba bronze (against Honduras). Four years later, the host team won again in Colombia, Venezuela again had to settle for silver, and Honduras clinched the bronze medal against Haiti.

Although this year’s tournament is an under-22 competition due to the corona pandemic and exceptionally does not take place in the normal four-year cycle, it is generally for teams under 21. . As in the Olympics, for example, three older players are allowed to participate.

The Central American and Caribbean Games, which include other sports besides (Site notre bureau spécialisé), have been held since 1930, and (Site notre bureau spécialisé) has been part of the games since 1934. The most successful nations in men’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé) are Mexico (6x gold , 6x silver, 1x bronze), Cuba (5x gold, 3x bronze) and Venezuela (2x gold, 5x silver, 2x bronze). The participating countries in the different disciplines are the IOC members from the Caribbean, from Central America to Mexico and from the northern coast of South America.

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