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.
The sooner physical education begins, the greater the benefits in advanced age
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.”
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?
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
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”
It is disrespectful and inconsistent that a country which decides to restore, after more than 50 years, diplomatic relations with another, attempt to subvert the internal order of this other and promote regime change
A ceremonial send-off for the team set to play in the 4th World Baseball Classic was held in Havana's José Martí Memorial yesterday, February 16, with Alfredo Despaigne serving as the flag-bearer, escorted by Lázaro Blanco and Carlos Benítez, also members of the national title-winning Sorrels of Granma
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
February 1, the champions of Cuba’s 55th National Series, Ciego de Ávila, will have the expectations of the entire country on its shoulders, as the squad takes to the field in this year’s edition of the Caribbean Series, in the Dominican Republic