Havana, July 20.- Cuban Yunior Reytor advanced to the round of 64 in the men's epee event of the World Fencing Championship running in the German city of Leipzig until July 26.
Budapest, Jul 19.- A team of 13 Cuban judokas is now on a training base in this capital, to get the needed shape to take part in the World Championship in this city, from August 30 to September 3 this year.
Havana, July 17.- Cuba will attend with 24 athletes the World Athletics Championships of London, England, from August 4 to 13.
Havana, July 6.- The Cuban duo of Sergio Gonzalez and Nivaldo Diaz beat Brazilians Alison Cerutti and Bruno Schmidt in their second game for Poole H in the Gstaad Major, Switzerland, one of the stops of the 2017 World Beach Volleyball Tour.
Havana, Jul 5.- The Cuban duo of Sergio Gonzalez-Nivaldo Diaz will make its debut today against the hosts Nico Beeler-Marco Krattiger, on the second day of the stop of the World Beach Volleyball Tour in Gsteed, Switzerland.
Havana, Jun 29.- Cuba has already got 149 athletes classified for the next Central American Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, in 2018, as confirmed by official sources here Wednesday.
San Salvador, Jun 27.- Cuba is leading the 5th Ibero American Shooting Championship ending Tuesday in El Salvador, with 8 gold medals, 9 silver and 3 bronze, followed by Guatemala (3-4-10) and Portugal (3-1-0).
Havana, June 20.- Cuba delegation, made up of 15 rifle and pistol shooters and led by the London-2012 Olympic Champion, Leuris Pupo, and by Beijing-2008 bronze medallist, Eglys Cruz, will compete at the 5th Ibero-American Championship in El Salvador.
Minneapolis, US, Jun 19.- Cuban cylist Marlies Mejias, competing for professional club Shimano Ladies Power Team, won the 5th stage, and with that, the second place in the general classification list of the North Star Grand Prix in Minneapolis, US.
Kingston,Jun 9.- Usain Bolt says breaking records is not a priority and dedicates tomorrow''s farewell performance to fans. Having established two individual world records Usain Bolt said he would not be attempting to break his 9.58 and 19.19 clocking times to end his final season in glory.''I have already said it, this season is for the fans,'' said Bolt, during a JN Racers Grand Prix press briefing yesterday at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel.