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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

Cuban baseball’s unbreakable records

Practically everything can be measured in baseball, which is why it’s the sport with the most records

Mireya, a well-grounded Cuban athlete

For decades, Cuba has recognized her work, dignity, and accomplishments in Norceca volleyball, as the Northern and Central American and Caribbean regional confederation is known

EPI: HAVANA JUDO GRAND PRIX

Cuban judokas’ sights set on Rio de Janeiro

The qualifying final line-up will be revealed on Saturday, August 6, meanwhile the Cuban delegation is armed and ready to compete

Open Judo World Championships

Idalys returns to the mat with bronze

Three times Olympic medalist in the 78+ kilograms division, Idalys Ortíz, made a triumphant return to the mat during the final day of the Open Judo World Championships, held November 11-12 in the Moroccan city of Marrakech

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

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”