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Baseball spoken here

The March 22 game between Cuba’s national team and the Tampa Bay Rays at Havana’s Latinoamericano Stadium, was a great celebration attended by the two countries’ Presidents

After Río: What we have learned

The Cuban delegation to Río earned the applause of its people, finishing 18th out of 206 nations on the country medal table


Open house with the Cuban national team

Jonder Martínez will take the place of star pitcher Freddy Asiel Álvarez in a last minute change, with Lázaro Blanco, Vladimir García and Vladimir Baños, as the main openers. Negotiations with Major League Baseball in the U.S continue but will not impact this competition

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

What many couldn’t imagine

Speaking to young athletes on October 22, 1973, Fidel made a claim that surely he would not hesitate to repeat even at his eternally young age of 90: “If I were to be born in this age, do you know what I would want to be? A sportsman”

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.”

Debate on Cuba’s future underway

During the recent 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba, it was agreed that the Draft Conceptualization of the Cuban Economic and Social Model and the National Economic and Social Development Plan through 2030 would be submitted to a process of democratic consultation across Cuban society

Six Cuban baseball players to feature in Can-Am League

Players from Cuba’s national youth team will compete in the League, as well the traditional tournament against the United States. An Under-18 squad from the island will also participate in a tournament held in Quebec prior to the World Cup of this division

Almagro, the OAS, and the stench of sulphur

How can it be possible for an organization that violates its very own institutional procedures to assert that a state is suffering the alteration of its democratic order?