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Honduras Map

Official Language: Spanish
Anthem: Himno Nacional de Honduras (National Anthem of Honduras)
Websites: cohonduras.com/paralympic.org/honduras

Parapan Am

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.

Pan Am

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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.