1982 Central American and Caribbean Games
The 14th Central American and Caribbean Games were held in Havana, Cuba from August 7 to August 18, 1982, 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.
The torch was carried by María Caridad Colón.
The Games had twenty four sports.
- Athletics ( )
- Archery ( ) (first appearance)
- Basketball ( )
- Baseball ( )
- Boxing ( )
- Canoeing ( )
- Cycling ( )
- Diving ( )
- Fencing ( )
- Field hockey ( ) (first appearance)
- Football ( )
- Gymnastics ( )
- Rowing ( ) (first appearance)
- Sailing ( )
- Shooting ( )
- Swimming ( )
- Softball ( )
- Synchronized swimming ( )
- Table tennis ( ) (first appearance)
- Tennis ( )
- Volleyball ( )
- Water polo ( )
- Weightlifting ( )
- Wrestling ( )
- The Dominicans best the Cubans in baseball.
- A snatch world record was set by Cuban Daniel Núñez.
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- Official Results Archived 2012-03-27 at the Wayback Machine. p. 89 "held its fourteenth edition in Havana, on August 7-18"
- Official Results Archived 2012-03-27 at the Wayback Machine. 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"
- Official Results Archived 2012-03-27 at the Wayback Machine. p. 89 "The program of competitions this time covered 24 sports"