Honduras’ only prior appearance at the Parapan Am Games came at Rio de Janeiro 2007, where their two athletes competed in the men’s 200 m and 400 m.
Honduras will be seeking its first Parapan Am Games medal at TORONTO 2015.
Honduras made its Pan Am Games debut at Mexico City 1975. The country has won five medals – one silver and four bronze – placing them thirty-fourth on the all-time Pan Am Games medal list.
Honduras won its first medals at Mar del Plata 1995, with a bronze in each of judo and boxing.
At Winnipeg 1999, Honduras won its only silver medal in men’s football, losing to Mexico in the final.
Weightlifter David Mendoza won a bronze medal at both Santo Domingo 2003 and Rio de Janeiro 2007, and may return to compete at TORONTO 2015.
Honduras has yet to win a gold medal coming into TORONTO 2015, but is expected to compete in equestrian, artistic gymnastics, shooting, taekwondo and weightlifting.