1990 Central American Games
|Events||22 sports + 1 exhibition|
|Opening ceremony||January 5, 1990|
|Closing ceremony||January 14, 1990|
|Officially opened by||José Azcona|
|Torch lighter||Zacarías Arzú|
|Main venue||Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino|
The IV Central American Games (Spanish: IV Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos) was a multi-sport event that took place between 5–14 January 1990. The games were officially opened by Honduran president José Azcona. Torch lighter was Zacarías Arzú, who represented Honduras internationally in both baseball and football.
The Games saw the first appearance of athletes from Belize. Panamá did not participate because of the recent political and military incidents. Therefore, athletes from only 6 countries were reported to participate:
The 1990 Central American and Caribbean Games in Mexico were staged in November and December 1990.
The competition featured 23 disciplines from 22 sports (plus bodybuilding as exhibition).
†: Exhibition event
Medal table (incomplete)
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