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Mexico, Costa Rica and Venezuela arrive in El Salvador for the games

One of the largest delegations that will participate in the XXIV Central American and Caribbean Games San Salvador 2023, Mexico, arrived this morning at the San Oscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez airport.

Wearing red jackets with the tricolor flag, the Aztec athletes and coaches were kindly welcomed by COSSAN2023 protocol staff.

The delegation was then transferred to the Villa Centroamericana y del Caribe at the Universidad de El Salvador (UES).

Another country that arrived this morning to compete in San Salvador 2023 was Costa Rica. The Costa Ricans arrived wearing red and their Central American country’s emblems. The staff included coaches, athletes, medical, technical, and administrative personnel.

Last night, a delegation of Venezuelan athletes landed at the airport on a charter flight from Caracas.

Independent athletes from Centro Caribe Sports and technical staff from Honduras are also expected to arrive on this day.

Also, on today’s arrival program are expected delegations of athletes and coaches from St. Kitts and Nevis, the president of the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Keith Joseph, and the president of the NOC of the Turks and Caicos Islands, Livingston Been.

In addition, more medical personnel and athletes from Puerto Rico are expected to arrive this afternoon, as are delegations from St. Lucia, Guyana, and Panama.

Cuba’s NOC chief, Roberto Richards; Panama’s chief of mission, Lysbeth Demera de Voitier; Trinidad and Tobago’s chief of mission, Lovie Santana; and Curaçao’s chief of mission, Efigenio Braafhart, are also scheduled to arrive in the country today.

In the afternoon and evening, athletes from Aruba, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Jamaica, Haiti, the Cayman Islands, Curaçao, Martinique, Dominica, and Bermuda are scheduled to arrive in the country.

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