Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships
The CCCAN Championships are a biennial aquatics championship for countries in Central America and the Caribbean. The name of the event comes from the event's organizers: the Central American & Caribbean Swimming Confederation, whose abbreviated name is CCCAN.
The CCCAN Championships are held every odd year, and began in 1960. The 2013 CCCANs were originally awarded to Guatemala, however, in late 2012, the city announced it could not host the championships. In early 2013, San José, Costa Rica came forward to host the event.
Countries invited to participate at the 2013 championships are:
- the 27 CCCAN members
- Guadeloupe & Martinique (traditionally, these 2 oversees departments of France have competed as one team)
- Convocatoria para los XXVIII Campeonatos Centroamericanos y del Caribe de Natación y Clavados, XXIII de Polo Acuático, XX de Nado Sincronizado y IV de Aguas Abiertas Categorias Infantiles, Juveniles y Mayores. Issued 2009-02-12.
- "XXIV Campenatos Centroamericanos y del Caribe" (PDF). Swim Jamaica. July 2005. Retrieved 26 June 2012.
- "Meet Results 2005". Swim Jamaica. August 2005. Retrieved 18 October 2014.