Monthly Archives: October 2018

You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist

The Trump administration has caused a setback in sports relations between Cuba and the U.S. – affecting international volleyball competition notably, among other negative consequences. This article has detailed information on the effect of the US blockade on Cuban sport in all spheres. | 

2016.US volleyball team last played in Havana.Yaimí Ravelo

The U.S. volleyball team last played in Havana in 2016 « Yaimí Ravelo

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57th anniversary of Cuba’s INDER: ‘Without Revolution we could not have dreamed …’

57th Anniversary of INDER: Without Revolution we could not have dreamed ...Dissatisfaction subsists, and it is good that this is so, but the feats that shook the island abound, and the examples that place physical activity as its main source of health promotion.

On February 23, 2018 the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (Inder) arrived at its 57th Anniversary, with the main goal of continuing to pay tribute to the health, welfare, pride and identity of our people. Continue reading

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A weak body weakens the mind

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Modern facilities to strengthen Cuban sports

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Technology and sports in Cuba

Centro biomedicalUsed efficiently, technologies applied to any sphere represent an advantage, especially on the path to finding feasible solutions to different problems that, without them, would be unlikely. In sports, technology has made inroads in different areas, with proven achievements in world events. Continue reading

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Obscene and incredibly expensive US college football stadiums

(CNN) – See if you can wrap your mind around this eye-popping price tag for a renovated college football stadium in Texas: half a billion dollars. Continue reading

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Oilers cross Boston picket line

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On October 7, the Edmonton Oilers hockey team checked in at the Ritz-Carlton in downtown Boston, a Marriott hotel. As they got off the bus, the team was greeted by a group of hotel workers on strike, members of Local 26 of the Hospital and Food Servers Union. 7,700 Marriott workers are out in six cities across the USA: San Diego, Detroit, San Francisco, San Jose, and Boston. They are demanding the richest hotel company in the world recognize them. Continue reading

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