Havana - Reality overcomes fiction and in light of the pandemic of the new coronavirus, Cuba has decided to modify its Olympic schedule immediately and be optimistic about the future of sports.
Havana - The Covid-19 pandemic has forced Cuba to suspend its sports calendar, in a country where ten cases of the disease have been reported so far, including one death, and preventive measures to combat the epidemic have been intensified.
Logic and good reasoning finally prevailed: to safeguard the health of all participants and contribute to the containment of COVID-19, the Tokyo olympic Games, scheduled for July, have been postponed to 2021.
Nyon, Switzerland - The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) will define today the panorama of this sport in Europe during a videoconference of the 55 federations that comprise it, its various Leagues and the players.
Havana - The President of the Cuban Olympics Committee, Roberto Leon Richards, has assured that Cuba trusts that the International Olympics Committee (IOC) and the organizers of the Tokyo-2020 Olympics will take the best decision on whether they will take place or not.
Cuba got 10 tickets to the wrestling event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in the Pan Am Qualifying Tournament that run from March 13-15 in Ottawa, Canada.
Throughout the current global epidemiological crisis, generated by the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic, health workers have been bearing the brunt of the effort to save the lives of victims, often at great personal risk of catching the virus themselves.Read More
Havana - Hundreds of accounts in social networks, digital platforms, television and radio are currently connected to bring Cuban music from the homes of its creators to the homes of its public on the island.Read More
Particular emphasis is attached to the countries that are members of the Bolivarian Alliance for Peoples of Our America (ALBA in Spanish).Read More