“Uniform” refers to the attire worn during the Games. The following identifiers are allowed:

A) Identifiers of the organization, association, or team.
B) Brand of the company manufacturing the uniform.
C) Participant’s name.
D) Advertising (tasteful) occupying a rectangular area not exceeding 10 cm x 22 cm; it can be photocopied or embroidered and must be of a color complementary to the uniform.
E) Any other attire worn by participants (sweatshirts, jackets, etc.) may bear advertising and logos as long as they are tasteful.
F) Any mention related to politics or religion is prohibited.

Other uniforms and attire worn or displayed by a participant or spectator must be tasteful, as determined by the Organization and the Police and Fire departments. Violation of these rules will result in expulsion from the venue or the application of disciplinary measures. In case of doubt about the type of advertising allowed, you can contact the Technical Secretariat of the Games. Participants in team sports must have two sets of uniforms, one light-colored and the other dark-colored.


A) No unsuitable behavior will be allowed during, before, or after the Games.
B) Any behavior that discredits the JLPYB or the police and firefighter services in general will not be tolerated. Any physical or verbal aggression towards referees, participants, spectators, event officials, or any organizational staff will be severely penalized.
C) Unsuitable behavior by non-competing police officers, firefighters, or other followers may affect their colleagues and the continuity of their participation.
D) Competitors are responsible for maintaining a professional image. The Organization wishes all participants and accompanying individuals a pleasant stay and takes great pride in the reputation of the Games and the professions of the participants. It will do everything possible to prevent anyone from jeopardizing this purpose.
E) All participants are expected to comply with local, state, and national laws during their stay in the hosting city. Any illegal activity during this period will result in disqualification from the competition and may lead to exclusion from all future celebrations of these Games.
F) The illicit use of illegal substances by any participant, as well as the consumption of alcoholic beverages during the competition, is prohibited. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in competition venues or areas.
G) No athlete may participate under the influence of alcohol or in a state of impaired understanding or alertness that may be harmful to others or themselves. Any participant suspected of being in these conditions will be immediately removed from the competition, and the Organizing Committee may conduct an investigation and take appropriate measures.


Due to the difficulty of importing any type of pistol into the country, the local police will provide pistols and magazines for the competition, and that firearm will be the only authorized one. The ammunition needed for the contest can be purchased on-site at an average price of 20 U.S. dollars per box of 50 shots, but only through advance reservation via email with the organizer. Holsters will be the shooter’s responsibility and will only be used to transport the firearm within the shooting range, as each competition will start with the pistol in hand. A practice day with the firearms will be held before the start of the competition.



The first step to take is to file a complaint, usually verbally, through the Team Delegate, captain, coach of the corresponding event, or participant, addressed to the event chief, in specific terms. The event chief will make a decision and implement appropriate measures. If the Team Delegate, captain, coach, or participant is not satisfied with the decision or measures taken, they may file a claim.


In case of a claim (protest), the claimant must follow the procedure according to the section “JURY REGULATIONS” of the General Call for this event, attaching 10.00 U.S. dollars (ten dollars) or its equivalent in local currency according to the exchange rate on the day of payment. If the claim is successful, the Organizing Committee will refund the deposited amount; otherwise, this amount will not be refunded.

Every claim must be submitted in writing using the format provided by the organization and signed by the Team Delegate, captain, coach, or participant of the corresponding event.

The claim shall be delivered to the Director of the Latin American Games overseeing that sport, within a maximum period of one hour after the end of the Event is announced, or before one hour has passed after the publication of the provisional or final results if the claims are directed at a specific result.

The Director will make a decision and communicate it as soon as possible to the Technical Director of the Event and the delegates of the participating teams. If the claim is not satisfactory, the Team Delegate, captain, coach, or participant may file the corresponding appeal.


Every appeal shall be made in writing and must be signed by the Team Delegate, captain, or coach of the specialty. The appeal shall be addressed to the President of the Games as the last resort of the Claim, and his decision will be final, although it will not set a precedent.


TEAMS may include a non-player coach who is a member of an organization. This coach may receive a medal as long as they meet the same requirements as other participants, such as submitting the registration form and paying the registration fees, in addition to serving as a coach. This non-player coach can be of any gender and any service, regardless of the team’s composition.

Non-player coaches who do not belong to an organization or directors who are not team members (and do not pay the registration fee) do not need to meet participation requirements and cannot receive medals. Such non-player coaches must register and pay directly at the technical secretariat before the competition.

Binding Effect: Any decision made by a coach or official (whether part of an organization or not) or their assistant on behalf of a participant or team will be binding for that participant or team and will affect their game, category, or eligibility to participate.


Each team can designate a person to represent them as captain. The captain must be one of the team members or a coach belonging to an eligible institution. If a team changes its captain, it must notify the Technical Committee of the Games. If the team captain cannot attend a match or event, a provisional captain who is a team member can be designated. This change must be notified to the Chief of the Event.


A) Present a regulation team.
B) Provide the complete list of team members and register them before the deadline. (It is recommended to submit the team registrations together with those of each team member).
C) Be the sole intermediary between the Organization and/or the Technical Committee/Technical Jury of the Games and the team members, and send information or make any changes that occur from both parties.
D) Attend the meeting of captains/coaches and provide information to the rest of the team members.
E) Verify the final team list at the meeting of captains and coaches and, if necessary, reduce the number of team members to the maximum allowed.
F) Be responsible for the punctuality of the team.
G) Be available to the director of the corresponding event and to the judges/referees before, during, and after the competition, to make decisions regarding the team and receive information about the rules affecting the team.
H) Ensure that all team members are dressed appropriately, both in competitions and official events.
I) Take responsibility for ensuring that team members observe proper and sportsmanlike conduct in the facilities and follow the regulations of the Games.
J) Collect and organize the received complaints in accordance with the established rules.


Only individuals with the necessary physical conditions to compete in their sport can register. This is the responsibility of each participant and in no case that of the organizer. In all combat sports, each participant must present a recent medical certificate confirming their fitness to participate.


The organization will provide transportation for travel to the competition venues.