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CPLP Games

The CPLP Games (CPLP, which involves athletes coming from Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) countries belonging to the CPLP (Community of Portuguese Language Countries) that are less than 16 years old.

This event is similar in concept to the Lusophony Games, but for younger athletes

Editions

Year Edition Host city Date Athletes Participants
1992 I Lisbon 500
1995 II Bissau 300
1997 III Maputo 500
2002 IV Praia Jul 20 – 28 470
2005 V Luanda Aug 12 – 18 575 Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal
2008 VI Rio de Janeiro Jul 27 – Aug 2 600 Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal
2010 VII Maputo [1] Jul 29 – Aug 7 tbd Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal
2012 VIII Mafra Jul 7 – 15 tbd Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal
2014 IX Luanda Jul 23 – Aug 3 tbd Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal

Medal table

Year
City
Edition 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
1992
Lisbon
I
1995
Bissau
II
1997
Maputo
III
2002
Praia
IV Portugal
2005
Luanda
V Brazil
2005 15
2005 4
2005 3
Angola
2005 5
2005 6
2005 6
Cape Verde
2005 5
2005 6
2005 3
Portugal
2005 2
2005 5
2005 3
Guinea Bissau
2005 1
2005 4
2005 5
Sao Tome

2005 2
2005 1
Mozambique


2005 2
2008
Rio
VI Brazil
2008 7
2008 6
2008 2
Angola
2008 3
2008 3
2008 3
Portugal
2008 3
2008 1
2008 1
Mozambique

2008 2
2008 3
Guinea Bissau

2008 1
2008 2
Cape Verde


2008 2
2010
Maputo
VII Brazil
2010 18
2010 9
2010 1
Portugal
2010 9
2010 7
2010 6
Angola
2010 3
2010 8
2010 6
Mozambique
2010 1
2010 5
2010 11
Guinea Bissau
2010 1
2010 2
2010 3
Cape Verde

2010 2
2010 1
2012
Mafra
VIII Portugal
2012 17
2012 6
2012 4
Brazil
2012 7
2012 11
2012 5
Mozambique
2012 2
2012 6
2012 7
Angola
2012 1
2012 2
2012 8
Cape Verde

2010 1
2010 3
East Timor

2012 1

Sao Tome



2014
Luanda
IX Brazil
2014 26
2014 10
2014 13
Portugal
2014 12
2014 20
2014 12
Angola
2014 6
2014 11
2014 16
Mozambique
2014 6
2014 5
2014 9
Cape Verde

2014 3
2014 4
Sao Tome

2014 1
2014 2
East Timor



Medal table details

Year
City
Edition
2012
Mafra
IX 2012
2012
2012

2012
2012
2012

2014
2012
2012

2012820123
201222012420122
201212012320123
201212012120123
2012120123
2012 B Volley2012 B Volley
2012 B Volley
2012 Tennis2012 Tennis
2012 Tennis
2014
Luanda
IX 2014 Men's Football
2014 Men's Football
2014 Men's Football

2014 Men's Basketball
2014 Men's Basketball
2014 Men's Basketball

2014 Women's Handball
2014 Women's Handball
2014 Women's Handball

2014112014520144
201472014920145
201442014320147
201432014320141
2014 M B Volley2014 W B Volley
2014 M B Volley2014 W B Volley
2014 B Volley
2014 M Tennis2014 W Tennis
2014 M Tennis2014 W Tennis
2014 Tennis


201412014220147

20142014
20142014
20142014

Participating nations

In the first edition, the nations that have participated are as follows:

In Maputo 1997,  Brazil entered the competition, but in Praia 2002 it did not participate. Luanda 2005 saw the return of Brazil.

In 2008, the CPLP Games saw all the possible participating nations competing in Rio de Janeiro, after  East Timor participated for the first time, plus  Macau ( People's Republic of China) that was invited to be present.

Sports

So far there are not any regulations concerning the list of sports that should be included in the Games schedule. However, in the 2008 edition the sports were:

It is expected in next editions of this games, the inclusion of roller hockey(quad), a sport so relevant and associated to Lusophone world.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Definidas modalidades para os Jogos da CPLP de Moçambique" (in Portuguese). Inforpress. 2009-03-26. Retrieved 2009-07-18. 
  • Contribuem para união da comunidade - dirigente português (Portuguese)

External links

  • Official website of VIII CPLP Games
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