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2013 Central American Games

The 2013 Central American Games, the X edition of the Central American Games, will be celebrated in San Jose, Costa Rica from 3 to 17 March 2013. It will be the largest multi-sport event organized in Costa Rica.

The games were officially opened by Costa Rican president Laura Chinchilla. Torch lighter was swimmer

Sylvia Poll, who won the silver medal at the 1988 Olympic Games in.

Estadio Nacional: Athletics, Chess, Football
Estadio Ernesto Rohrmoser: Football
Estadio Zapote: Football
Parque Metropolitano la Sabana: Softball
Patinódromo del Parque Metropolitano: Roller speed skating
Avenida Paseo Colón: Roller speed skating
Gimnasio Nacional: Volleyball
Gimnasio Nacional Eddy Cortés: Artistic gymnastics
Estadio de Beisbol Antonio Escarré: Baseball
Gimnasio de la Ciudad Deportiva de San José: Basketball, Handball
Piscina olímpica de la Ciudad Deportiva de San José: Swimming
Ciudad Deportiva de Hatillo: Racquetball
Cancha de Hatillo 7: Beach volleyball
Bol Cariari: Bowling
Gimnasio del Liceo de Costa Rica: Bodybuilding, Boxing, Taekwondo, Table tennis
Club Hípico La Caraña: Equestrianism
Nave de Ladrillo de La Antigua Aduana: Fencing
Radial de la Florencio del Castillo, and Route 32: Road Cycling
Gimnasio del Polideportivo de San Francisco de Dos Ríos: Weightlifting, Wrestling
Gimnasio del Colegio Técnico Profesional de Santa Ana: Futsal
Escuela Central de San Sebastián: Judo, Karate
Piscina María del Milagro Paris: Synchronized swimming
Parque de la paz: BMX cycling
Tenis del Parque de La Paz: tennis
Universidad para la paz: Mountain biking

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