Central American and Caribbean Swimming Federation
CCCAN (pronounced C-C-Can) is the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Federation (in Spanish: la Confederación Centroamericana y del Caribe de Natación). It is the body that organizes and overseas aquatic sports competitions in the Caribbean and Central American region. It is a member organization of UANA and affiliated to FINA.
CCCAN oversees the following competitions:
- The Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships (known as "CCCAN"s), held in odd years. The next competition will be held July 2013 in San José, Costa Rica.
- The Caribbean Island Swimming Championships (CISCs), in even years. This was most recently held in June 2012 in Savaneta, Aruba.
- CAMEX, an age-group championship featuring Central American and Mexico, held in even years. This was most recently held in May 2012 in San Salvador, El Salvador.
- CCCAN, the 2009 edition was held in Barquisimeto, Venezuela.
- The 2011 edition was held in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.
- For the 2013 edition will be held July 2013 in San José, Costa Rica.