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LatAm Athletes Attend Panama Special Olympics

The event brings together more than 800 athletes and coaches from 21 countries, including Cuba


Cuban Baseball Players to Play in Can-Am League

The news was announced during a press conference held at Havana’s Latinoamericano stadium with the participation of the manager of Les Capitales de Quebec


Cuba-United States Baseball Tournament Next July

Cuba and the United States will face each other in the traditional bilateral baseball tournament, founded in 1987, this July 2-7


America Celebrates First World Baseball Classic Win

The United States broke through to win their first World Baseball Classic title with an emphatic 8-0 victory over Puerto Rico in Los Angeles on Wednesday


Sancti Spiritus Archers Seek to Stay on Top

Sancti Spiritus will host from this Thursday to next Saturday the Elite Archery Tournament, where the best archers of the national team as well as athletes from 10 provinces will participate


Cuba Loses to Netherlands, Out of WBC

The Netherlands knocked out 14-1 Cuba, which ended thus its performance in the 4th World Baseball Classic (WBC)


Cuba Qualifies for Second Round in WBC

Alfredo Despaigne sent a 91mph pitch from left hander Lachlan Wells into the stands behind left field in the Tokyo Dome, catapulting Cuba into the second round of the World Baseball Classic, batting in four runs to ensure the 4-3 victory.


WBC: Cuba Defeats China and Gest First Win (+photos)

With a 1-1 record through two games and only a game against Australia remaining, the Cubans kept alive their chances of advancing to the tournament’s second round


US Major League Baseball Holds Negotiations with Cuba

US Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed in Tokyo that negotiations between his organization and Cuba are underway


Cuba Loses First Game to Japan in WBC

While it wasn’t a great night for Cuba, 19-year-old right fielder Yoelkis Cespedes made an impressive World Baseball Classic debut


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