« Uniform » is defined as the clothing worn during the Games.
The following identifiers are allowed:
A) Identifications of the organization, association or team.
B) Brand of the company that makes the uniform.
C) Name of the participant.
D) Advertising (good taste) that occupies a rectangular area that does not exceed 10 cm. x 22 cm .; It can be xerographed or embroidered and must be a complementary color to the uniform.
E) Any other clothing worn by the participants (sweatshirts, jackets, etc.) may carry advertising and logos as long as they are in smart clothes.
F) Any mention related to politics or religion is prohibited.
Other uniforms and clothing worn or displayed by a participant or spectator must be in good taste, the Organization and the Police and Fire departments. Violations of these rules will lead to expulsion from the campus or disciplinary action. In case of doubt about the type of advertising allowed, you can contact the Technical Secretary of the Games.
Participants in team sports must have two teams, one light in color and one in a dark color.


No unsportsmanlike conduct will be allowed during, before, or after the Games.
Any behavior that discredits LAPYB or the general police and fire services will not be tolerated. Any physical or verbal assault on the referees, the participants, the spectators or the test leaders and in general on any person in the organization will be severely punished. The unsportsmanlike behaviors of non-competing police or firefighters or other followers may affect their colleagues and the continuity of their participation.

Competitors are responsible for maintaining a professional image. The Organization wishes that all the participants and companions have a happy stay, and is very proud of the reputation of the Games and the professions of the participants. It will do everything in its power to prevent anyone from jeopardizing this purpose.

All participants are expected to abide by local, state and national laws during their stay in the host city. Any illegal activity during this period will lead to disqualification from the competition and may mean the exclusion of all future celebrations of these Games.
The illegal use by any participant of illegal substances is prohibited, as well as the consumption of alcoholic beverages during the competition. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in venues or competition areas.
No athlete may participate under the influence of alcohol or in a state of decreased understanding or alertness that may be harmful to others or to himself. Any participant suspected of being in these cases will be immediately removed from the competition and the Organizing Committee may open an investigation and take action.


1st COMPLAINTS (to the sport coordinator)

The first step to follow will be the presentation of a complaint, which will generally be verbal, through the Team Delegate, captain, coach of the corresponding test or participant and formulated to the Head of the Test, in concrete terms.The Head of the Test, decides and takes the appropriate measures.If the Team Delegate, captain, coach or participant is not satisfied with the decision or measures taken, he may make a claim.

2nd CLAIMS (to the director in charge of this sport)

In the event of a claim (protest), the claimant must carry out the procedure according to section NORMATIVE OF THE JURIES of the General Call of this event, attaching 10.00 (US $) or its equivalent according to the quote of the day of payment, if your claim proceeds the Organizing Committee will refund the amount deposited, if it does not proceed, said amount will not be refunded. All claims will have to be formulated in writing on the model provided by the organization and be signed by the Team Delegate, captain, coach or participant of the corresponding event.The claim will be delivered to the Director of the Latin American Games supervising that sport, appearing within a maximum period of one hour, after the end of the Test has been announced, or, if the claims are against a result in the provisional or definitive lists, within an hour, after publication.
The Director decides and communicates this decision as soon as possible, to the Technical Director of the Event and to the delegates of the participating teams. If this claim is not satisfactory, the Team Delegate, captain, coach or participant will make the corresponding appeal.

3rd APPEALS (to the President of the Games)

All appeals will be made in writing and must be signed by the Team Delegate, captain or coach of the specialty.
The appeal will be submitted to the President of the Games, as a last resort of the Claim, who will decide, being his final decision, although he does not feel jurisprudence.


In some Team events, a mandatory meeting is held for Team Captain/Coaches prior to competition. All other sports will hold an orientation to advise competitors about rules, guidelines and any changes.


Each team can designate a person to represent it as captain. The captain must be one of the team members or a coach belonging to an institution capable of participating. If a team changes its captain, it must notify the Technical Committee of the Games.
If the team captain is unable to attend a match or event, a provisional captain may be designated as a member of the team. This change must be notified to the Test Chief.


Each Team event requires a named competitor as Team Captain.  A preliminary team roster must be submitted with the sports entry form of the team captain.  Changes to team make-up are allowed until the Team Captain’s Meeting or competition begins in that particular sport.  A Final Team Roster shall be presented prior to the beginning of competition.  This usually occurs at the Team Captain/Coaches Meeting.
Among the Team Captains other duties:
1). Attend the Captains/Coaches meeting prior to competition and distribute pertinent information to the team;
2) Assume responsibility for determining the team’s schedule and for the team’s punctual attendance at designated times and venues of competition;
3) Be available to Sport Coordinators and officials before, during and after play to make decisions on behalf of the team and to receive information and officials’ rulings that affect play or the team’s progress throughout the tournament;
4) Be responsible for recording and filing written protests within 8 hours of the perceived violation;
5) Be available to represent the team in case of appeals, protests or other inquiry by the JLPYB.


A) Present a regulatory team.
B) Provide the complete list of team members and make the registrations before the deadline. (It is recommended to present jointly the inscriptions of the team and those of each of the members).
C) Be the sole interlocutor 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 to both parties.
D) Attend the captains / coaches meeting and provide information to the rest of the team members.
E) Verify the final team list at the captains and coaches meeting 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 be able to make decisions regarding the team and receive information on the rules affecting the team.
H) Ensure that all team members are dressed correctly, both in competitions and in official events.
I) Be responsible for the team members observing correct and sporting behavior in the facilities and for following the regulations of the Games.
J) Recover and order the claims received in accordance with the established rules.


Only people who have the physical conditions necessary to compete in their sport can register; it is your responsibility and in no case that of the organizer. In all Combat sports, each participant will have to present a recent medical certificate confirming that they are fit to participate.


The organization will have transportation available to go to the competition venues.