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1991 Pan American Games

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1991 Pan American Games

XI Pan American Games
Official logo of the
Havana 1991 Pan American Games.
Host city Havana
Country Cuba
Nations participating 39
Athletes participating 4,519
Events 329 in 31 sports
Opening ceremony August 2
Closing ceremony August 18
Officially opened by Pres. Fidel Castro
Main venue Estadio Panamericano
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The 11th PASO community, with events in 32 different sports. The main stadium was the Estadio Panamericano, a multi-use stadium in Havana that holds 50,000 people.

Host City Election

Havana was awarded the 1991 Pan Am Games as a consolation for losing the 1987 edition to the U.S. city of Indianapolis, Indiana . London, Ontario had made a bid, but withdrew because it was defeated by a political group in Ontario.[1]

Participating nations


Medal count

1 Host nation

To sort this table by nation, total medal count, or any other column, click on the icon next to the column title.

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba (CUB) 1 140 62 63 265
2  United States (USA) 130 125 97 352
3  Canada (CAN) 22 46 59 127
4  Brazil (BRA) 21 21 37 79
5  Mexico (MEX) 14 23 38 75


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