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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

Modern facilities to strengthen Cuban sports (+ Photos)

Inaugurated yesterday at Havana's Latinoamericano Stadium by First Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel was a modern strength gym that will be used by different baseball teams for training

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

Honesty rewarded

The honesty, commitment, and sacrifice of Cuban athletes was recognized in a ceremony held in Havana’s Ciudad Deportiva, during which bronze medals were presented to weightlifters Yordanis Borrero and Jadier Valladares from their participation in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, as well as an Olympic Diploma to wrestler Roberto Monzón

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”

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”

Moments of glory

The results achieved by Juan Miguel Echevarría and Yorgelis Rodríguez saw Cuba place seventh among participating countries at the World Indoor Athletics Championships; as one of the 13 nations to win a championship title and 12 to secure two or more medals


Cuban judo shines at Edmonton competition

Cuban judo took second place at the Pan American individual tournament held in Edmonton, Canada, April 24-26, winning four gold, two silver and eight bronze medals. Strong performances allowed the majority of both the men’s and women’s teams to qualify for the Toronto Games, scheduled July 10-26

Women triumphing against the odds (Photos)

Women’s participation in the construction of a new society was a key part of the new path being laid out by the Revolution, with notable achievements made in the field of sports, a sector to which Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro dedicated much time and attention

A recap of Beijing 2008

The successful investigations by the International Olympic Committee against users of banned substances have greatly changed the results of the 2008 Beijing Olympics