1991 Pan American Games
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Havana 1991 Pan American Games.
|Events||329 in 33 sports|
|Opening ceremony||August 2|
|Closing ceremony||August 18|
|Officially opened by||Pres. Fidel Castro|
|Main venue||Estadio Panamericano|
The 11th Pan American Games were held in Havana, Cuba from August 2 to August 18, 1991. There were 4,519 athletes from 39 countries of the PASO community, with events in 33 different sports. The main stadium was the Estadio Panamericano, a multi-use stadium in Havana that holds 50,000 people.
Host city election
Havana was awarded the 1991 Pan Am Games as a consolation for losing the 1987 edition to the U.S. city of Indianapolis, Indiana. London, Ontario had made a bid, but withdrew due to local opposition.
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Cuba)Host nation (
|2||United States (USA)||130||125||97||352|
|Totals (5 nations)||327||277||294||898|
The 1991 Games' mascot named Tocopan, was a combination of the country's national bird "Tocororo" and the first three letters of Panamerican.