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Bolt and Thompson, the region's Athletes of the Year

NACAC President Víctor López, in Havana for the 5th NACAC Women’s Congress reported that Jamaicans Usain Bolt and Elaine Thompson were chosen as the male and female 2016 North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association Athletes of the Year

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”

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

The challenges of Mijaín

Mijaín López has announced that he will attempt to make history in Tokyo by becoming the first wrestler to win four Olympic gold medals

WORLD SERIES OF BOXING SEASON VIII

Chronicle of a victory foretold

The inaugural round of the Season VIII World Series of Boxing (WSB), held on February 2 in Havana, was a mere formality, as Cuba’s Domadores easily secured five victories over a weak Heroicos de Colombia squad

Brazil: The giant pursues a dream

The host of the Summer Games will have a delegation of 460 athletes competing, aspiring to place among the top ten countries in the medal count

ATTACKS ON CUBA AT 1966 SAN JUAN GAMES

Cuba’s enemies silenced

Cuba's delegation to the 1966 Central American and Caribbean Games, in Puerto Rico, faced innumerable obstacles to their participation, but the island’s enemies were silenced

Cubans return to the Olympic stage

A victory over Canada in the volleyball Olympic qualifier in Edmonton represents a new start for the Cuban team, combining experienced players and newcomers

Judo’s anthem is Cuban

VERACRUZ.— The judo competition has started and the Cuban delegation is increasing its medal count.  Five fighters took to the tatami mats of the World Trade Center in Veracruz and the five left victorious at the 22nd edition of the Central American and Caribbean Games.