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Facts About Cuba’s Sports

This article speaks about Olympic sports in Cuba. Cuba hosted the 2nd Baseball World Cup in 1939.The Cuban team won the championship, with Nicaragua second and the United States taking third…

Cuba – A Nation Of Olympic Slaves

Thousands of sports persons are now living like slaves in Cuba, an ex-Soviet colony in the past century. Under the dictatorship of Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, Cuba is a hell for athletes. Like Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria, Cuba is a “terrorist state” in the Third World…

Fun Facts About Pan American Games

“Fun Facts About Pan American Games” speaks about Pan American Games in the 20th and 21st centuries. There are refreshing surprises…

Interesting Facts About Olympic Athletes

“Interesting Facts About Olympic Athletes” speaks about sportsmen and sportswomen. Who is Anthony Conrad Nesty? There are refreshing surprises…

Olympics Games – Football

This speaks about football at the Olympic Games. Here are some more interesting facts about football…

FACTS ABOUT OLYMPIC GAMES

“Facts About Olympic Games” speaks about he modern Olympics. Do you like Olympic Games? How much do you know about Olympics Games? There are refreshing surprises…

Fun Facts About Olympic Games

“Fun Facts About Olympics Games” speaks about Olympic Games in the 20th and 21st centuries. Here are some more interesting facts about Olympic Games.

Unknown Facts About Cuba’s Athletes

What are some unknown facts about Cuba’s athletes? Who do you think is the greatest Cuban athlete of all time? Teofilo Stevenson or Mireya Luis Hernandez? Exactly where was Rafael Emilio Fortun Chacon born? When did Ramon Fonst Segundo become Olympic champion?

London 2012 Olympics – The Games Go Green

In the year 2012, the eye of the world will be focussed on London, the host of the biggest international event on the planet. London plans to use the games to showcase green technology, eco-friendly living and sustainable policies, which it hopes will not only set the standard for future Olympics, but will lead to greener practices all over the world.

Olympic Mascots – Guide to Who’s Who

Olympic mascots – love ’em or hate ’em, you’re sure to have a strong opinion. This brief look at the history of mascots in the Games includes the highlights and the lowlights, and considers just what message organizers are putting out there about their host city.

Olympic Games – Facts & Figures

Where were the 1988 Olympics held? Who was the first Korean athlete to win an individual medal in any Summer Olympics? Who was Helmut Bellingrondt? Who was the first Arab woman to win an Olympic gold medal? Who was the first Turkish to win an Olympic gold medal? Here are some more interesting facts about Olympic Games.

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