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2018 Volleyball Men’s World Championship

Cuba beats Puerto Rico to qualify for next year’s tournament

Puerto Rico and Cuba are the last of the 24 qualifying teams set to participate in the Volleyball Men’s World Championship, which will take place for the first time in two locations: Bulgaria and Italy, in September 2018

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

Bernardinho leaves but his legacy remains

The masterful creator of a spirit of determination in his students is bidding farewell to Brazil’s national volleyball team, and a sport that will continue to beat on in his heart

For the good of the community

For Jorge López Reyes, a community sports facilitator in his neighborhood of Aldabó in the municipality of Boyeros, Havana province, receiving the Martyrs of Barbados Medal, is recognition of the good work he has been doing in his community

Shaq, a giant in Havana

Shaquille O’Neal's visit to the island, as a U.S. Department of State Sports Envoy, marks another step in the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States


Cuba and Brazil qualify for World Championship

Brazil and Cuba qualified for the Men’s Under-21 Volleyball World Championship, after taking the gold and silver respectively, in the Junior Pan American Cup held May 19-21, in Canada

Top Cuban athletes of 2014

Wrestler Mijaín López, and judoka Idalis Ortiz were voted the most outstanding Cuban athletes of 2014, after both won World Championship titles and gold medals in the 24th Central American and Caribbean Games


Lescay's 43.6 seconds in the 4x400

Yoandys Lescay qualified for the individual 400 meters semifinals at this summer’s Olympics with a time of 45.00. In the relay, his take-off in motion, along with a blazing performance, to support the team effort, was recorded at 43.60 seconds, the best in Río

Cuba and the 2017 World Classic

Reaching a contractual agreement which enables Cubans to play baseball in the United States without renouncing their country and people, and to represent their nation in international competitions and national tournaments, as long as schedules don’t clash, would be a genuine contribution to efforts to normalize relations and a indisputable demonstration of good will, a fundamental principle of global sports