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RIO DE JANEIRO 2016 OLYMPICS

“Cuba hopes to place among the top 20 countries”

Stated Antonio Becali, president of INDER, during a press conference, while noting that, to date, 85 Cuban athletes have qualified for the Games

On route to Río de Janeiro

How Cuban hopefuls measure up

ON March 1, 1565, Estácio de Sá, the nephew of Mem de Sá, founded the city of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro, in the region lying between the Pan de Azúcar and the Cara de Cão mountains, in the current neighborhood of Urca.

CUBAN ATHLETICS LOOKING TOWARD RÍO

Goals, preparation, victory

Sports is once again a hot topic in 2016. Río de Janeiro and its Christ the Redeemer will welcome more than 10,000 athletes competing in over 360 events August 5-21

CUBA’S TOP ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

An evening of awards, dreams and new efforts for 2016

Cuban boxer Julio César La Cruz and gymnast Manrique Larduet shared the prize for best male athletes of Cuba in 2015, while pole vaulter Yarisley Silva won the women’s award

Sights set on Río de Janeiro

Cuban wrestlers looking to Olympics

Cuba is an indisputable global wrestling powerhouse; as demonstrated by its six gold, five silver and seven bronze medals, placing it 15th on the discipline’s historic Olympic medal chart...thus understandably, our gladiators have high hopes of qualifying for the Río de Janeiro Games

A clear shot at development

Ciego de Ávila won their ninth crown in the men’s Superior Basketball League (LSB) season with a 4-0 victory over longstanding rivals, the Capitalinos of Havana, while Pinar del Río reclaimed their title in the women’s competition

WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP

Fournier: Just a step away from Río

Cuban rower Ángel Fournier finished third in the Men's Single Sculls Quarterfinal Q1 on September 2, after covering two kilometers with a time of 6:59.73 minutes

CUBA CUP & INDOOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stops on the way to Río de Janeiro

The end of March was a special time for track and field at two different latitudes. The Cuba Cup took place in Havana’s Pan American Stadium, while in the Portland Convention Center, 547 athletes from 148 nations competed for world titles

EPI: HAVANA JUDO GRAND PRIX

Cuban judokas’ sights set on Rio de Janeiro

The qualifying final line-up will be revealed on Saturday, August 6, meanwhile the Cuban delegation is armed and ready to compete

CUBAN JUDO

No breaks on the tatami in the lead up to Río

The Pan American Judo Championships came to an end in Havana on April 30, with Brazil once again coming out on top (7 gold, 4 silver and 6 bronze medals), this time with Canada in second place (2-5-3), followed by the United States (2-2-1) and Cuba (2-1-8)