The IV Central American Games (Spanish: IV Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos) was a multi-sport event that took place between 5–14 January 1990. The games were officially opened by Honduran president José Azcona. Torch lighter was Zacarías Arzú, who represented Honduras internationally in both baseball and football.

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  • The IV Central American Games (Spanish: IV Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos) was a multi-sport event that took place between 5–14 January 1990. The games were officially opened by Honduran president José Azcona. Torch lighter was Zacarías Arzú, who represented Honduras internationally in both baseball and football. (en)
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  • The IV Central American Games (Spanish: IV Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos) was a multi-sport event that took place between 5–14 January 1990. The games were officially opened by Honduran president José Azcona. Torch lighter was Zacarías Arzú, who represented Honduras internationally in both baseball and football. (en)
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