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A weak body weakens the mind

The sooner physical education begins, the greater the benefits in advanced age

The OAS Martí foresaw

In late 1889, the government of U.S. President Benjamin Harrison organized the First Pan American Conference, which would mark the launch of U.S. “Pan-Americanism,” from then on expressed as the country’s economic and political domination of the Americas under the pretext of “continental unity.”

15 years working to save lives

Devotion to life, ethics and transparency, are the founding principles of one of the Cuban sports movement’s most important institutions, Havana’s anti-doping laboratory, which on February 13 celebrated fifteen years since its founding

There is no future without the past

The only, definitive independence Cubans celebrate is that achieved on January 1, 1959, with the leadership of our undefeated Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro Ruz. Someone failed to tell Donald Trump this, before he congratulated the Cuban people for their independence on May 20.

My dream is a Caribbean Series in Cuba

President of the Caribbean Baseball Confederation Juan Francisco Puello Herrera, shares a common dream with many players, journalists, and participating baseball federations of the Caribbean Series – to see the event hosted by Cuba

After the last out

Granma leaves the Caribbean Series in third place, one spot better than last year, but what remains for fans is the dissatisfaction of not seeing the team in the finals, because they had the goods to be there

Moments of glory

The results achieved by Juan Miguel Echevarría and Yorgelis Rodríguez saw Cuba place seventh among participating countries at the World Indoor Athletics Championships; as one of the 13 nations to win a championship title and 12 to secure two or more medals

The Revolution’s Olympic champion

The indelible mark of Fidel Castro Ruz will always be present in the legacy of Cuban revolutionary sports

RÍO 2016

Beyond the crystal ball, the glorious competition

If today we think the Cuban delegation to Río is one of the most compelling, it is because its potential has been maintained through effort, tenacity, and confidence in victory