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This is how the medal table was in previous Olympic Games, did your country fare better or worse in Tokyo?

2021-08-06T10:15:18.303Z

We show you how the medal table of the countries in the region is going so far, and also how the Latin American athletes did in the last Games in Rio 2016, London 2012, Beijing 2008 and Athens 2004.



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Heading into the last hours of Tokyo 2020, these Olympic Games have left stories of overcoming, self-care and empathy, beams of light in the midst of a fierce pandemic that shows no signs of slowing down.

Some Latin American countries have had dominant shares in these games, while others have struggled a little harder to get into the Olympic medal table.

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Here we show you how the medal table of the countries in the region is going so far, and also how the Latin American athletes did in the last Games in Rio 2016, London 2012, Beijing 2008 and Athens 2004.

Tokyo 2020 (so far)

This is the Olympic medal table (for now) among Latin American countries.

Argentina

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 1 bronze (rugby 7)

  • Total:

    1

Ignacio Mendy and Gaston Revol celebrate Argentina's triumph against Great Britain in rugby, which earned the Argentines the bronze medal, the country's first at Tokyo 2020. (Photo by Dan Mullan / Getty Images)

Bolivia

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  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Brazil

  • 4 gold (surfing, pony jumping artistic gymnastics, 49er FX sailing, open water swimming)

  • 4 silver (2 in skateboarding street, artistic gymnastics complete individual contest, skateboarding park)

  • 8 bronze (judo -66 kg, 200-meter freestyle swimming, judo -78 kg, women's doubles tennis, 50-meter freestyle swimming, 400-meter hurdles athletics, pole vault athletics, men's heavyweight boxing)

  • Total:

    16

chili

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Colombia

  • 0 gold

  • 4 silver (weightlifting -67 kg, women's BMX racing, 400-meter athletics, 20-kilometer walk)

  • 1 bronze (men's BMX racing)

  • Total:

    5

Colombian Anthony José Zambrano celebrates winning the silver medal in the 400 meter dash.

(Photo: Richard Heathcote / Getty Images)

Costa Rica

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Cuba

  • 6 gold (Greco-Roman wrestling 130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling 60 kg, C2 sprint canoeing 1000 meters, featherweight boxing, welterweight boxing, light heavyweight boxing)

  • 3 silver (judo +78 kg, athletics long jump, shooting 25 meters pistol rapid shooting men's)

  • 4 bronze (taekwondo +80 kg, athletics long jump, athletics discus throw, featherweight boxing)

  • Total:

    13

Cuban welterweight Roniel Iglesias won his second Olympic gold medal on Tuesday, the first title at the Tokyo Games for Cuban boxing.

(Photo: Luis Robayo - Pool / Getty Images)

Ecuador

  • 2 gold (road cycling, weightlifting 76 kg)

  • 1 silver (weightlifting 87 kg)

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    3

Neisi Patricia Dajomes Barrera of Ecuador poses with her gold medal on the podium after the 76 kg women's weightlifting competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on August 1, 2021. (Photo: LUIS ACOSTA / AFP via Getty Images)

The Savior

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Guatemala

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Honduras

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Mexico

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 3 bronze (10-meter synchronized platform jumps, mixed team archery, weightlifting 76 kg)

  • Total:

    3

Mexicans Alejandra Orozco (left) and Gabriela Agundez won bronze in synchronized diving.

(Photo: ATTILA KISBENEDEK / AFP via Getty Images)

Nicaragua

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Panama

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Paraguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

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Follow here all the medals of Latino athletes in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (Photo: HANNAH MCKAY / POOL / AFP via Getty Images)

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Sandra Arenas from Colombia won the silver medal in the 20 kilometer march.

(Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP via Getty Images)

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Julio la Cruz of Cuba beat Russian Muslim Gadzhimagomedov to win the men's gold medal in heavyweight boxing at the Tokyo Olympics on Friday.

(Photo by LUIS ROBAYO / AFP via Getty Images)

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Pedro Barros from Brazil won a silver medal in men's park skateboarding.

(Photo by LIONEL BONAVENTURE / AFP via Getty Images)

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Ana Marcela Cunha from Brazil celebrates her gold medal in the open water swimming event on August 4.

(Leonhard Foeger / AP)

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Brazil's Thiago Braz celebrates on the podium with his bronze medal after competing in the men's pole vault event during the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. (Photo by INA FASSBENDER / AFP via Getty Images)

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Boxer Abner Teixeira from Brazil won a bronze medal in the 81-91 kg category.

(Photo by Buda Mendes / Getty Images)

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Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze of Team Brazil celebrate women's 49er sailing gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics at Enoshima Yacht Harbor.

(Photo by Clive Mason / Getty Images)

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Brazilian Alison Dos Santos celebrates after taking third place in the men's 400-meter hurdles final during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP via Getty Images)

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Brazilian gold medalist Rebeca Andrade poses on the podium following the artistic gymnastics women's horse jumping final during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Ariake Gymnastics Center in Tokyo on August 1, 2021. (Photo: JEFF PACHOUD / AFP via Getty Images)

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Rebeca Andrade won the silver medal in all-around gymnastics, a competition in which the American Sunisa Lee was the winner.

It is the first Olympic medal in that discipline for Brazil in the history of the Olympic Games.

(Photo: MARTIN BUREAU / AFP via Getty Image)

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From left to right, Brazil team bronze medalists Laura Pigossi and Luisa Stefani pose on the podium during the tennis women's doubles medal ceremony on the ninth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, in the Ariake Tennis Park on August 1, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Clive Brunskill / Getty Images)

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Brazilian bronze medalist Mayra Aguiar celebrates during the -78 kg medal ceremony for women's judo.

(Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP via Getty Images)

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Bronze medalist Bruno Fratus of Brazil shows his excitement during the medal ceremony for the men's 50 meters freestyle on the ninth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo Aquatic Center on August 1, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Maddie Meyer / Getty Images)

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Brazilian Italo Ferreira made history at the Olympics by winning the first gold medal in the men's surfing competition.

(Photo: Francisco Seco / AP).

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Kelvin Hoefler of Brazil poses with the silver medal on the podium at the end of the men's street skateboarding competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Ariake Sports Park Skateboarding in Tokyo on July 25, 2021. (Photo: JEFF PACHOUD / AFP via Getty Images)

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Rayssa Leal of Brazil poses with her silver medal during the medal ceremony of the women's skateboarding final on the third day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Urban Sports Park on July 26, 2021 in Tokyo , Japan.

(Photo: Patrick Smith / Getty Images)

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Fernando Scheffer of Brazil won a bronze medal in swimming in the men's 200-meter freestyle competition.

(Photo: ODD ANDERSEN / AFP via Getty Images)

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Bronze medalist B Daniel Cargnin of Brazil poses on the podium during the medal ceremony for the men's -66 kg judo final on the second day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Nippon Budokan el July 25, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Harry How / Getty Images)

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Cuban Arlen Lopez beat Britain's Ben Whittaker to win the Olympic gold medal in men's light heavyweight boxing in Tokyo on Wednesday.

(Photo by Buda Mendes / Getty Images)

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Cuban welterweight Roniel Iglesias won his second Olympic gold medal on Tuesday, the first title at the Tokyo Games for Cuban boxing.

(Photo by Luis Robayo - Pool / Getty Images)

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Cuban boxer Lázaro Álvarez won the bronze medal in the men's featherweight category (52-57 kg).

(Photo by LUIS ROBAYO / POOL / AFP via Getty Images)

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Gold medalists Serguey Torres Madrigal and Fernando Dayan Jorge Enríquez of Cuba celebrate on the podium after the final of the men's 1000m canoe doubles during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (Photo by PHILIP FONG / AFP via Getty Images)

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Mijaín López, from Cuba, won his fourth consecutive gold in Greco-Roman wrestling (130 kg category) and on August 2, 2021, he reached legends such as Carl Lewis, Michael Phelps and Al Oerter as the only athletes with four Olympic titles in the same event .

(Photo: Tom Pennington / Getty Images)

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Cuban Luis Alberto Orta Sánchez achieved the gold medal in the 60 kg Greco-Roman men's wrestling.

after beating Japanese Kenichiro Fumita in the final at the Tokyo Olympics on August 2, 2021. (Photo: JACK GUEZ / AFP via Getty Images)

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Cuban Yaime Pérez won the bronze medal in discus throw at the Tokyo Olympics on August 2, 2021. (Photo: BEN STANSALL / AFP via Getty Images)

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Leuris Pupo, silver medalist of the Cuban team, during the medal ceremony in the Men's 25m Pistol Shooting Finals.

(Photo by Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images)

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Cuban Juan Miguel Echevarría (left) won the silver medal and his compatriot Maykel Masso the bronze in the men's long jump at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium on August 2, 2021. (Photo: INA FASSBENDER / AFP via Getty Images)

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Cuban Idalys Ortiz poses with her silver medal during the podium ceremony for women's judo + 78kg.

(Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP via Getty Images)

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Cuban taekwondo player Rafael Yunier Alba Castillo won the bronze medal in the category of more than 80 kilos at the Tokyo Games, adding the first medal for the island's team.

(Photo: Maja Hitij / Getty Images)

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Ecuador's silver medalist Tamara Yajaira Salazar Arce poses during the medal ceremony of the 87 kg women's weightlifting competition.

(Photo by MOHD RASFAN / AFP via Getty Images)

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Neisi Patricia Dajomes Barrera of Ecuador poses with her gold medal on the podium after the 76 kg women's weightlifting competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on August 1, 2021. (Photo: LUIS ACOSTA / AFP via Getty Images)

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Richard Carapaz of Ecuador poses with the gold medal he won in the men's road cycling event at Fuji International Speedway on the first day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24, 2021 in Oyama, Shizuoka , Japan.

(Photo: Tim de Waele / Getty Images)

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Venezuelan Yulimar Rojas, winner of the gold medal, also celebrates her new world record after competing in the women's triple jump final during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium on August 1, 2021. (Photo : ANDREJ ISAKOVIC / AFP via Getty Images)

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Venezuelan weightlifter Julio Rubén Mayora won the silver medal on July 28 and gave his country the first medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

Mayorga got the silver medal in the 73kg weightlifting category by lifting a total of 346 kilos (156 + 190).

The Venezuelan desista had achieved bronze in the 2018 World Cup and was also Pan American champion of Lima 2019.

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Venezuela's Keydomar Giovanni Vallenilla Sánchez, silver medalist, poses on the podium during the victory ceremony of the men's 96 kg weightlifting competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on July 31, 2021. (Photo: LUIS ACOSTA / AFP via Getty Images)

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Silver medalist Daniel Dhers of Team Venezuela poses on the podium after the BMX Freestyle men's park final on the ninth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at Ariake Urban Sports Park on August 1, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Ezra Shaw / Getty Images)

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Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico celebrates after winning gold in the 100-meter hurdles final in Tokyo 2020. (Martin Meissner / AP)

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Colombian Anthony Jose Zambrano celebrates his second place in the 400m final at the Tokyo Olympics (Credit: ANTONIN THUILLIER / AFP via Getty Images)

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Mariana Pajón has done it one more time, she has risen to the Olympus of sporting glory, winning the silver medal for Women's BMX.

(Photo: Francois Nel / Getty Images)

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Colombian Carlos Ramírez won bronze in the Men's BMX final after finishing third in the race.

(Photo: Francois Nel / Getty Images)

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Luis Javier Mosquera Lozano of Colombia poses with the silver medal during the men's 67 kg weightlifting medal ceremony on the second day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on July 25, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Chris Graythen / Getty Images)

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Crismery Santana of the Dominican Republic team poses with the bronze medal during the medal ceremony for Weightlifting - Group A Women's 87kg.

(Photo by Chris Graythen / Getty Images)

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From left to right, silver medalists Marileidy Paulino, Lidio Andrés Feliz, Anabel Medina Ventura and Alexander Ogando, from the Dominican Republic team, pose on the podium during the medal ceremony for the 4x400m mixed relay final in on the ninth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Olympic Stadium on August 1, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Ryan Pierse / Getty Images)

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Zacarias Bonnat Michel of the Dominican Republic poses with his silver medal on the podium at the victory ceremony of the men's 81 kg weightlifting competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on July 31, 2021. (Photo: LUIS ACOSTA / AFP via Getty Images)

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Aremi Fuentes Zavala of Mexico poses with the bronze medal during the women's 76 kg weightlifting medal ceremony on the ninth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on August 1, 2021 in Tokyo Japan.

(Photo: Chris Graythen / Getty Images)

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Mexicans Alejandra Orozco (left) and Gabriela Agundez won bronze in synchronized diving.

(Photo: ATTILA KISBENEDEK / AFP via Getty Images)

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Alejandra Valencia (left) and Luis Álvarez (right), from Mexico, pose with the bronze medal of the mixed team competition on the first day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Yumenoshima Park archery range, on July 24, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

(Photo: Justin Setterfield / Getty Images)

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Ignacio Mendy and Gaston Revol celebrate Argentina's triumph against Great Britain in rugby, which earned the Argentines the bronze medal, the country's first at Tokyo 2020. (Photo: Dan Mullan / Getty Images)

Peru

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total: 0

Puerto Rico

  • 1 oro (atletismo 100 metros vallas femenino)
  • 0 plata
  • 0 bronce
  • Total: 1

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn de Puerto Rico celebra después de ganar el oro en la final de 100 metros con vallas en Tokio 2020. (Martin Meissner / AP)

República Dominicana

  • 0 oro
  • 2 plata (halterofilia 81 kg, atletismo relevo mixto 4x400 metros)
  • 1 bronce (halterofilia 87 kg)
  • Total: 3

La medallista Crismery Dominga Santana Peguero del equipo de República Dominicana posa con la medalla de bronce durante la ceremonia de entrega de medallas de halterofilia. (Foto: Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Uruguay

  • 0 oro
  • 0 plata
  • 0 bronce
  • Total: 0

Venezuela

  • 1 oro (triple salto con récord del mundo incluido)
  • 3 plata (halterofilia 73 kg, halterofilia 96 kg, BMX freestyle park)
  • 0 bronce
  • Total: 4

La venezolana Yulimar Rojas, récord mundial de triple salto.

Rio 2016

Argentina

  • 3 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    4

Bolivia

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Brazil

  • 7 gold

  • 6 silver

  • 6 bronze

  • Total:

    19

chili

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Colombia

  • 3 gold

  • 2 silver

  • 3 bronze

  • Total:

    8

Costa Rica

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Cuba

  • 5 gold

  • 2 silver

  • 4 bronze

  • Total:

    11

Ecuador

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

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The Savior

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Guatemala

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Honduras

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Mexico

  • 0 gold

  • 3 silver

  • 2 bronze

  • Total:

    5

Nicaragua

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Panama

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Paraguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Peru

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Puerto Rico

  • 1 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Dominican Republic

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Uruguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Venezuela

  • 0 gold

  • 2 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    3

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London 2012

Argentina

  • 1 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 2 bronze

  • Total:

    4

Bolivia

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Brazil

  • 3 gold

  • 5 silver

  • 9 bronze

  • Total:

    17

chili

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Colombia

  • 1 gold

  • 3 silver

  • 4 bronze

  • Total:

    8

Costa Rica

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Cuba

  • 5 gold

  • 3 silver

  • 7 bronze

  • Total:

    15

Ecuador

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

The Savior

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

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Guatemala

  • 0 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Honduras

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Mexico

  • 1 gold

  • 3 silver

  • 4 bronze

  • Total:

    8

Nicaragua

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Panama

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Paraguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Peru

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Puerto Rico

  • 0 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    2

Dominican Republic

  • 1 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    2

Uruguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Venezuela

  • 1 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

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Beijing 2008

Argentina

  • 2 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 4 bronze

  • Total:

    6

Bolivia

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Brazil

  • 3 gold

  • 4 silver

  • 10 bronze

  • Total:

    17

chili

  • 0 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Colombia

  • 0 gold

  • 2 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    3

Costa Rica

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Cuba

  • 3 gold

  • 10 silver

  • 17 bronze

  • Total:

    30

Ecuador

  • 0 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

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The Savior

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Guatemala

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Honduras

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Mexico

  • 2 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 2 bronze

  • Total:

    4

Nicaragua

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Panama

  • 1 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Paraguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Peru

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Puerto Rico

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Dominican Republic

  • 1 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    2

Uruguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Venezuela

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    1

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Athens 2004

Argentina

  • 2 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 4 bronze

  • Total:

    6

Bolivia

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Brazil

  • 5 gold

  • 2 silver

  • 3 bronze

  • Total:

    10

chili

  • 2 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    3

Colombia

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 2 bronze

  • Total:

    2

Costa Rica

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Cuba

  • 9 gold

  • 7 silver

  • 11 bronze

  • Total:

    27

Ecuador

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

The Savior

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Guatemala

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Honduras

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Mexico

  • 0 gold

  • 3 silver

  • 1 bronze

  • Total:

    4

Nicaragua

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Panama

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Paraguay

  • 0 gold

  • 1 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Peru

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Puerto Rico

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Dominican Republic

  • 1 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    1

Uruguay

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 0 bronze

  • Total:

    0

Venezuela

  • 0 gold

  • 0 silver

  • 2 bronze

  • Total:

    2

Medal table

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