• Costa Rican sports official visits Cuba

    Alba Quesada, president of the Costa Rican Sports and Recreation Institute, began a visit to Cuba to learn about Cuban sports development from the bottom up to high performance.

  • Cuban GM Domínguez finishes 10 in World Rapid Championship

    Losing in his last outing cost to Cuban Leinier Domínguez finishing 10th in the rapid-game event of the 2016 FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championship taking place in Doha, Qatar, which super-fast event (blitz) starts today.

  • Summary of Cuban athletics in 2016

    The confirmation that hammer thrower Yipsi Moreno will receive the Beijing 2008 Olympic gold medal is one of the nice news reported by Cuban athletics in 2016.

  • Cuban best athletes receive their awards

    Judoka Idalis Ortiz and Greco-Roman wrestler Mijain Lopez were awarded as the best Cuban athletes in 2016 in a gala especially devoted to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro.

  • Idalys Ortiz and Mijain Lopez Cuban Athletes of the Year

    Cuban female silver judo medalist, Idalys Ortiz and Mijaín López, a Greco-Roman wrestler, have been chosen as the Best Cuban Athletes of the Year by the Cuban Institute of Sport.

  • At Least 86 Cuban Athletes Classify for 2016 Olympics

    Havana, (Prensa Latina).- The recent classification of badmintonplayer Osleni Guerrero rose to 86 the number of Cuban athletes in 14 sports so far to take part in the 2016 Olympic Games, scheduled for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Aug.5-21.

  • Cuba qualifies to Futsal World Cup

    HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn) Cuba qualified to the coming Futsal World Cup to be held in September in the Colombian city of Cali, along Costa Rica, Guatemala and Panama.

  • Cuban fencer to Pan American Championships in Panama

    Havana, Cuba.- (acn) The saber fencer Yoandry Iriarte, only Cuban qualified for the Olympic Games of Rio de Janeiro in fencing, will be present at the Pan American Championships of that sport which will host Panama, next June.

  • Pinar del Rio takes playoff to sixth game

    Cuba, (acn).- Pinar del Rio beat Ciego de Avila 8-7 and added its second victory against three losses in the final play off, intensifying thus the fight for the title of the Cuban baseball championship in its 55th edition.

  • Cuba and Qatar talk about sports cooperation

    Havana, Cuba.- (acn) Sports collaboration between Cuba and Qatar was the central theme of the exchange between Ernesto Placencia, ambassador of the Caribbean nation in the Asian country, and Salah Bin Ghanim, Minister of Youth and Sports of that nation, Cubaminrex website reported.

  • Camagüey with proper representation in Pan-American Games of Diving

    Camagüey.- Camagüey will be the only province of Cuba with proper representation in the Pan-American Championship of Diving, that in the infantile and juvenile categories will be developed from October 5th and 12th in the city of Matanzas.

  • Dainier Peró: best Camagüeyan athlete in September

    Camagüey.- A slightly habitual fact was presented in the election of the best athlete of the province of Camagüey during September: this time this reward -traditionally monopolized by experienceed members- stayed in hands of promising Dainier Peró Jústiz (division of over 80 kg), the only monarch of Cuba in the newly concluded World Cup of Boxing for Cadets, organized in the Russian city of Saint Petersburg.

  • Camagüeyan soccer: Sierra de Cubitas scores the first goal

    Sierra de Cubitas, Camagüey.- The selection of Sierra de Cubitas won the title of the second division of the Camagüeyan soccer and obtained this way the ticket towards the elite stage of this sport in the province, foreseen to next October 7th.

  • Chess in Camagüey: the "Migoya" in its third date

    Camagüey.- The chess tournament Migoya In memoriam is carried out in the city of Camagüey from September 14th until 18th, with the participation of 29 players from eight provinces of the country, distributed in five groups.

  • National Series: a season to win?

    Camagüey.- There are moments in which there no more remedies than adopting the always ungrateful position of the know-it-all and to be affirmed with all its letters: "I told you”. As it seems, the 55th National Series of Baseball, that newly kicks off, will offer wide opportunities to do it, since in its development numerous incidences will arise, imponderable someone, others... not so much.

  • Sub-23, notes

    Camagüey.- To six matches of the first position, Camagüey will wrap up this Friday its most recent subseries in the Cándido González stadium. Although still rest several meets of the classifying calendar, practically already it turns out to be impossible that Sancti Spiritus loses its ticket to the semifinals of the second National Series of Baseball for 23-year-old minors.

  • In Camagüey, 51st National School Games

    Camagüey.- With a showy ceremony this Tuesday there were inaugurated in Camagüey the 51st National School Games, of which in this occasion the province will receive the competitions of boxing and wrestling in its three styles.

  • The Camagüeyan "royalty" to the conquest of Toronto

    Camagüey.- In few days, to speak about Cuba in the Pan-American Games of Toronto will be essential to mention Camagüey, and specifically: the athletics.

  • School games: the first Olympiad

    Camagüey.- To return to the fourth position of the student games and to preserve the fifth position among the juvenile ones, at first sight, could not turn out to be one of the commitments.

  • Rosemary Almanza... or the gold four years later

    Camagüey.- Four years ago Rosemary Almanza came to the Pan-American Games of Guadalajara like a stranger who very few were including in the prognoses. It was then when she highlighted in the final of 800 flat meters and in a disputed career she fell just short of the podium (finally she wraped up fourth) with remarkable time of 2:04.82.