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]

Opening

The torch was carried by María Caridad Colón.

Sports

The Games had twenty four sports.[3]

Notable results

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
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
 Bermuda0022
 Grenada0022
21 Suriname0011
Totals (21 nations)248246270764

References

  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"