Mexico is leading the Central American and Caribbean Games 2014

Veracruz is the hostof the Central American and Caribbean Games 2014

As of today, 5,700 athletes from 31 countries are competing during the 22nd edition of the Central American and Caribbean Games 2014. For many of these competitors, this is the first stop before the Rio Olympic Games 2016!

Veracruz, Mexico, was selected as hosting country for the games, which include 36 sports. 12 from these will qualify for the Pan American Games, Toronto 2015.

This is the third time Mexico organized the Central American and Caribbean Games, but this year’s edition has definitely been the most commemorative. Mexico has competitively outstood above all, in performance, endurance, stamina, resistance and strength!

Before the competition started, the Mexican Olympic Committee (COM) and The National Commission of Physical Culture and Sports (CONADE) estimated excellent numbers for Mexico, being in the position for winning a total of 364 medals (133 gold, 107 silver and 124 bronze). In only seven days, 713 Mexican athletes have triumphantly acquired 152 medals, beating Cuba for the first time (The hardest competitor for this sporting event).

Nuria Diosdado Central American Caribbean Games

As of today, Mexico has won 152 medals: 57 gold, 42 silver and 53 bronze and surely, the victories will increase.

Swimmer Nuria Diosdado is the number one winner for the multi-medalist listing, taking home a total of six gold medals!

Experts have said that the participation of Mexican athletes has been amazing and definitely outstood from the rest! This has caused the nation to climb in competitiveness and have a higher possibility of triumphing at the Pan American and Olympic Games.

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