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South American Beach Games

The South American Beach Games (ODESUR (the South American Sports Organization). The first event was held in 2009.

Editions

Year Games Host city Country Dates Athletes Nations Sports Top medalling
nation
2009 I Punta del Este/Montevideo  Uruguay 3-13 December 12 9  Brazil
2011 II Manta  Ecuador 2-12 December 13 10 675  Brazil
2014 III Vargas  Venezuela 14–24 May 12 10  Venezuela
2015 IV Pimentel  Peru 4–13 December 14 10
2017 V TBD TBD

Sports

All-time medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 30 18 16 64
2  Argentina 22 25 25 72
3  Ecuador 13 7 8 28
4  Venezuela 12 23 13 48
5  Peru 8 3 5 16
6  Colombia 6 5 6 17
7  Uruguay 1 7 8 16
8  Chile 1 2 10 13
9  Paraguay 0 3 3 6
Total 54 54 54 162

See also

References

External links

  • ODESUR official website
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