Mexico continues to lead the Central American Games | News

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In the Central American and Caribbean Games, Mexico reached 307 medals to ensure its permanence in first place in the medal table. The Mexican delegation has to its credit 127 gold, 93 silver and 87 bronze medals.


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In addition, this Thursday the Mexican team won the men's soccer final against the Costa Rican team.

Colombia continues to occupy second place on the podium with a total of 213 awards. The coffee nation has 76 gold, 79 silver and 58 bronze medals.

The largest of the Antilles continues in third place, accumulating 172 medals in total. The Cuban delegation has obtained 67 gold, 49 silver and 56 bronze medals.

The fourth position is occupied by Venezuela with a total of 135 medals obtained in the competition. Among their awards they have 26 gold, 41 silver and 68 bronze medals.

In fifth place is Puerto Rico with a total of 86 medals obtained. The medals are divided into 20 gold, 25 silver and 41 bronze.

The Dominican Republic continues in sixth place, reaching 98 medals in the games. They have won 19 gold, 31 silver and 48 bronze medals.

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