The delegation of 349 Ecuadorians represented the country in 41 disciplines competing with elite athletes from across the region. In this edition, held in Santa Marta, Colombia, Ecuador won 32 Gold, 73 Silver and 88 Bronze medals, with as outstanding participation of many athletes.
They were created to honor the Venezuelan hero Simón Bolívar, liberator of the current Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru and Venezuela. The games were founded in 1938 in Bogotá and from that date they take place every 4 years.
In this last edition of 2017, 12 countries were part of the competition: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic and Venezuela.
The Bolivarian Games begin an Olympic Cycle: then come the ODESUR Games, followed by the Pan American Games and ends at the 2020 Olympic Games.
On this occasion, Colombia was an organizer and host in the Caribbean city of Santa Marta where they triumphed with a total of 213 Gold, 136 Silver and 111 Bronze medals with their 662 athletes.
ECUADOR IN THE GAMES
349 representatives of our country participated in 41 disciplines and won 32 Gold, 73 Silver and 88 Bronze medals, as well as outstanding participation of several athletes. Here the list of medalists, as well as the categories in which we compete.
Congratulations to all the athletes who represented the country and we encourage them to continue training for new victories.
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