SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, March 2, 2022
- Centro Caribe Sports Executive Board
officially made the city of Santo Domingo,
capital of the Dominican Republic, as the site
for the XXV Central American and Caribbean Games
The unanimous decision was made on Saturday,
February 26, during the Extraordinary General
Assembly, by the 37 member countries and
associate members of the regional sports entity,
in a meeting held virtually by Zoom.
This edition coincides with the celebration of
the centenary of the Games, which makes Centro
Caribe Sports the oldest regional sports
organization in the world. In 1926, Mexico
hosted the first version of the Central American
and Caribbean Games.
This will be the third time the Dominican
Republic is the site of the Games, after hosting
them in 1974 in the capital city, and in 1986,
in Santiago de los Caballeros.
San Salvador 2023 and Santa Marta 2022 present
The Organizing Committee of San Salvador 2023
and the Coordinating and Monitoring Commission
of Centro Caribe Sports, offered a report on the
XXIV Central American and Caribbean Games 2023.
The reports were presented by Dinora Acevedo,
director of next year's Games, and by Jimena
Saldaña, the representative of our organization,
indicating that the regional multi-sport event
will be organized from June 23 to July 8.
Among the points announced, were the definition
of the visits of the international technical
delegates (DTI) for San Salvador from March 28
to 31, and a second group scheduled for April 18
to 22 of this year.
Also, a seminar will be scheduled in order to
transfer knowledge from past organizers.
Sara Rosario, president of the Commission for
Future Venues of Centro Caribe Sports, reported
that the Organizing Committee of Santa Marta
continues to work hand in hand with the
Colombian Olympic Committee for the assembly of
the I Central American and Caribbean Beach Games
to be held in November 2022.