Tokyo, July 29.- The super heavyweight Dainier Peró from Camagüey beat Colombian Cristian Salcedo 5-0, and obtained the fifth consecutive victory for Cuba in the boxing tournament of the Olympic Games based in this city until the coming day 8.
Tokyo, Jul 28.- In a day where only five Cubans participated in the competitions of their respective disciplines, boxing maintains a commendable performance at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Tokyo, Jul 27.- In a close fight against the Chinese Hongyi Sun, the two-times Cuban world champion Rafael Alba won the first Olympic medal for Cuba at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Tokyo, July 27.- The Cuban Julio César La Cruz (91 kilograms) began competitions today and beat the unknown Kenyan Ajowi Ochola 5-0 with comfortable votes, in the boxing contest of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Tokyo, Jul 26.- “Committed to the Revolution of which it is the fruit, the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER) joins today the celebrations for the 68th anniversary of the attacks on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes” barracks, said here its president, Osvaldo Vento Montiller.
Tokyo, July 24.- Today's performance by Cuban Jorge Grau could be described as meritorious, who finished in 19th place in the elimination round of the air pistol modality ten meters away from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, with stage at the Asaka Shooting Range.
Tokyo, Jul 23.- The six Cubans who will compete in the judo tournament of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games already know their first rivals, after the draw that will put into action, from the next 24 to 30, 393 representatives -201 men and 192 women- from 201 countries.
Tokyo, July 22.- Meeting some of the favorites in their divisions on their sides of the organization chart will put several of the Cuban judokas to the test, who will compete in these Olympic Games from Monday 26th.
Tokyo, July 21.- Total prominence enjoyed today by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic women, who raised the curtains of the competitive card with actions in softball and soccer two days before the official opening of the Games.
Tokyo, July 20.- While major world media, present and not here, echo the cases of Covid-19 that affect the XXXII Olympic Games, its organizers affirm that this was expected.