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Cuba-USA to hold 5 baseball games

The national Cuban team and the national university squad from USA will hold the traditional friendly baseball match, agreed to five games from July 23 to 27, in several provinces of the island. Read More

Cuban volleyball players detained in Finland for presumed crime

The Cuban Volleyball Federation issued a press release informing that during a recent stay in Tampere, Finland, six members of our delegation participating at the Second-level World League have been accused of a presumed crime. Read More

Shaquille O'Neal is in Havana

The once prominent American basketball player Shaquille O'Neal arrived in Havana on Saturday and shared with Cuban players, whom he conveyed his advice to be better on the court. Read More

Cuba loses for the fourth time in Canadian-American Baseball League

Cuba received its fourth defeat on the tour by the Canadian-American Baseball League (Can-Am), it only has two wins, when losing 4-3 to the Trois-Rivieres Aigles. Read More

Cuba to host biggest Hemingway Billfish Tournament ever

A hundred boats, mostly from the United States, will participate in the 66th Ernest Hemingway International Billfish Tournament to run from this Monday through June 18th in Havana city. Read More

DR of Congo wants to establish relations in sports with Cuba

President of the Olympic Committee of the Democratic Republic of Congo endorsed today in Kinshasa the will of his government to establish cooperative ties with Cuba. Read More

Cuban judokas qualified for the Olympics train in Mexico

The five Cuban judokas qualified for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro continue training in Mexico led by Asley González, Olympic silver medalist in the 90kg division in London 2012. Read More

US volleyball team arrived in Havana with its best players

The US men's volleyball team arrived yesterday in this city to play two matches against that of Cuba Read More

Jake Agnar is in Cuba to rebuild Cuban Tennis Center

Jake Agna, a man who has spent 43 years teaching tennis, is in Cuba to help in the rebuild project of the National Tennis Center in Havana. Read More

Skateboarding in Cuba

Skateboarding has been a global phenomenon for decades and those who have fine-tuned their skills can earn millions from competitions and sponsorship deals. Read More

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