The 14th Central American and Caribbean Games were held in Havana, Cuba from August 7 to August 18, 1982,[1] and included 2,420 athletes from nineteen nations competing in 25 different sports. Some events were held in Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos, and the eastern end of the island.[2]


The torch was carried by María Caridad Colón.


The Games had twenty four sports.[3]

Notable results

Medal table

1 Cuba1737138282
2 Mexico295547131
3 Venezuela193954112
4 Puerto Rico74354104
5 Dominican Republic482234
6 Jamaica43613
7 Costa Rica3148
8 Virgin Islands25411
9 Bahamas2349
10 Guatemala2169
11 Trinidad and Tobago1269
12 Guyana1012
13 Haiti1001
14 Panama011920
15 Nicaragua0358
16 Belize0101
17 Netherlands Antilles0033
18 Barbados0022
21 Suriname0011
Totals (21 entries)248246270764


  1. ^ Official Results[Usurped!] p. 89 "held its fourteenth edition in Havana, on August 7–18"
  2. ^ Official Results[Usurped!] p.89 "with sub-venues in the cities of Santiago de Cuba, in the eastern part of the island, and in Cienfuegos, to the center"
  3. ^ Official Results[Usurped!] p. 89 "The program of competitions this time covered 24 sports"