Monaco - The International Athletic Federation (IAAF) anounced that every athlete who breaks a world record in the unpcoming Doha 2019 World Championship will recieve a reward of $100 thousand.
Through an official comuniquee, the IAAF informed that the companies TDK and Qatar National Bank will sponsor the program, as part of a stimulus to participating athletes.
The IAAF, with a $7.53 million fund, will reward the 8 best qualified athletes of every competition of the World Championship that will start next September 27.
Havana - The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, today highlighted Alicia Alonso's legacy as a dancer and her commitment as a pedagogue and essential figure in the creation of the National Ballet School (BNC).Read More
As part of the celebrations for the Cuban Culture Day, the IV Ariguanabo Culture Colloquium was held at the José Rafael Lauzán Municipal Museum in San Antonio de los Baños.Read More
Havana - Cuba's most internationally acclaimed ballerina, Alicia Alonso, passed away today at the age of 98, the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC) announced.Read More