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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


Búfalos: nine time champions in slam dunk victory

Ciego de Avila secured a ninth championship and definitive victory in the Superior Basketball League in the final quarter with a score of 68-64 over longstanding rivals Capitalinos of Havana


Records with a taste of the Olympics

The 63rd edition of Cuba's Barrientos Memorial International Athletics Meet, held May 26-29 in Havana's Panamericano Stadium, produced encouraging results in an event in which the country has a long tradition of Olympic success: the long jump

Cuba's experience in Culiacán

CUBA finished its participation in the 59th Caribbean Series held in Culiacán, Mexico, taking fourth place, which does not adequately reflect the accomplishments of the team managed by veteran strategist Carlos Martí, who will lead the country's players to the upcoming 4th World Classic

A return to soccer

It took the President of the International Football Association Board (FIFA), Gianni Infantino from Switzerland, only a few hours to gain a good impression of Cuba, traveling to the island for the first time on Saturday, April 29, as part of a working visit to several Caribbean nations

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


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)

The Titan Tropic in Cuba

Behind the sharp rivalry among the leaders and the great effort of others just to complete the course, is a complicated logistic challenge, to guarantee the functioning of the race and the comfort of participants