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Technology and sports: A winning formula

In Cuba, the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation has established laboratories with a variety of technologies to more effectively manage athletes’ training and improve performances

From Tokyo 1964 to Tokyo 2020: Japan tightens it belt

The Japanese have taken note that only rational spending will lead to a success similar to that of Tokyo 1964, when the Asian continent hosted an Olympic contest for the first time, then described by critics as the “Perfect Games”

Ana Fidelia Quirot: Challenges for Cuban athletics

“Today, our country has a deficit of sprinters and we must remember that there were other times during which figures such as Silvio Leonard, Aurelia Pentón, Silvia Chivás, Alberto Juantorena shone. We want to reach the top positions in short distance sprint events at the Central American and Pan American games”

Fidel and baseball

Few heads of state have shown as much interest in baseball as Fidel did, pitching and batting himself, celebrating the victories and suffering the defeats

A laboratory of champions

More than 95,000 students have graduated from the University of Physical Culture and Sports Science over the last 45 years

Maradona’s De Zurda program to be broadcast from Havana

De Zurda, a popular sports program broadcast on the Telesur network featuring legendary footballer Diego Maradona, will return to the air with two shows from Havana, January 10 and 11. Expected to participate are members of Cuba’s football team which won a bronze medal in the recent Veracruz Central American and Caribbean Games

Yowlys Bonne: Still wrestling among the elite

Gladiator Yowlys Bonne (61 kilograms) from Guantánamo, bronze medalist in the 2014 World Wrestling Championships, knows full well his role within the national freestyle wrestling team

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC

Cuba qualifies for second round

A grand slam by Alfredo Despaigne in a decisive game against Australia sends Cuba to the second round of the international competition

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

Golden women

Only 40 countries have won more than 10 gold medals in the Olympics, and Cuban women have won 12