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 The Jewels of Latin American Sport

The Jewels of Latin American Sport

The fastest man on the planet did it again. For the third consecutive time, Usain Bolt won the sprinting Olympic gold medals - 100, 200 and 4x100 meter relay, standing out in Prensa Latina’s Sports survey, ‘Encuesta’.

Cuba in Rio-2016 With Boxing as the Flagship Sport

Cuba in Rio-2016 With Boxing as the Flagship Sport

In the recent olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Cuban boxing, having won five gold and three bronze medals, surpassed its performance of London-2012 and fulfilled the commitment that the team had previously set.

The Olympic Awakening...

The Olympic Awakening...

If we drop any chauvinist opinions and see the Olympics as they should be, an ecumenical celebration, then we can say that Rio 2016 was a great event on all counts.

Great Tournament and Great Sailing in Cuba

Great Tournament and Great Sailing in Cuba

Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism (Mintur), involved in the promotion of recreational sailing on the island, reported that the 66th Ernest Hemingway Billfishing Tournament will take place from June 13 to 28 and that large numbers of American fishermen are expected.

Ronaldo Veitía without Ippons

Ronaldo Veitía without Ippons

The city of Havana has its symbols: the Morro fortress, the Giraldilla, the Revolution Square and many more. If we talk about coaches, Cuba also has its own and Eugenio George, Alcides Sagarra and Ronaldo Veitía make up the golden trio of sports trainers.

Show Jumping Horses in Cuba

Show Jumping Horses in Cuba

As part of the drive to draw more visitors to Cuba, Havana’s elite show jumping horse auction has grown in popularity over the past seven years, mostly among Latin American equestrian experts.

The Cuban Wushu School

The Cuban Wushu School

The Cuban Wushu School was founded in 1995 by Master Roberto Vargas Lee, after he returned from studying Wushu at the Beijing Sports University. Currently, the School has more than 7 thousand practitioners in 15 provinces of Cuba, and students in more than 15 countries abroad.

Cuba Goes Soccer Crazy

Cuba Goes Soccer Crazy

In a country renowned for its baseball excellence a love of soccer is growing, played with homemade balls whose quality reflects the dreams and the realities of the young people who kick them about.

Soccer, Cuba - New York Cosmos, an Unforgettable Game

Soccer, Cuba - New York Cosmos, an Unforgettable Game

Giovanni Savarese, coach for the New York Cosmos soccer team, described his visit to Cuba and the amicable game against the Cuban national team as unforgettable. “It was without a doubt an extraordinary experience, beyond what we imagined”, said Savarese.

Cuba-Canada, Working With Love

Cuba-Canada, Working With Love

It is said that “everything is possible with love” and this is precisely the basis on which the Canada Cuba Sports and Cultural Festivals organization bases its work, which has been praiseworthy over the last 25 years, working on making people aware of Cuban culture, sports, science and traditions. In an interview granted to Cubaplus magazine, Jonathan Watts, president of Canada Cuba Sports and Cultural Festivals said that the entity he heads has one main objective, which is create on authentic set of experiences that project a true image of Cuban reality.

Cuba-Canada, A Decade-old Alliance in Womens Baseball

Cuba-Canada, A Decade-old Alliance in Womens Baseball

The passion for baseball in Cuba was so great in those days that some key events such as the winning of the Caribbean Series medal (the first in 55 years won by the Pinar del Río team the Vegueros) and the arrival of Canada´s National Women´s Baseball Team almost went unnoticed.

Cuba´s Athletic Predominance

Cuba´s Athletic Predominance

Cuba´s performance resulting in 123 gold medals, 66 silver and 65 bronze re-established its athletic predominance and was proclaimed Champion of the 22nd Central American and Caribbean Games of Veracruz, 2014. Even with a smaller delegation, composed of about 540 athletes, and without participating in 108 of the 446 events, the Island came in second to Mexico in the medals table, who finished with 115 gold medals, 106 sliver 106 and 111 bronze. “This time the general level of competition was much tougher”, said Antonio Becali, Cuba´s President of the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER).

A Chess Legend´s Legacy

A Chess Legend´s Legacy

Based in the Cuban capital, the Latin American Higher Institute of Chess (LHIC) offers national and international chess staunch support for the development and promotion of all aspects of the game.

Cuban boxing on the rise

Cuban boxing on the rise

Absences for different reasons, along with the accelerated rise of young people to the national team without being completely ready for that step, have caused a drop in Cuba’s boxing performance in recent years.


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