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Cuba – Olympic Game And Fascism

Like Park Chung-hee (Asia/South Korea: 1962-79) and Idi Amin Dada (Africa/Uganda: 1971-79), Fidel Castro is a games fan and appreciates observing a wide range of Olympic games. Fidel Castro has visited the national group’s preparation camps, sports schools, National Schools Games and invested energy with the understudies competitors and Olympic players. Since 1990, the Cuban tyranny has spent more than $80 million every year into Olympic game. Be that as it may, Cuba isn’t an Olympic heaven. Cuba’s advanced brandishing history has been set apart by donning surrenders.

Each tyranny has its very own style. Leonidas Rafael Trujillo had one: Dominican music. Francois Duvalier had one: Haitian culture. Kim Jong Il has one: the cinematography. He prefers films as “Gone with the Breeze”, a celebrated film American. The tyrant of North Korea composed an article “On the Craft of Film”.

The Idi Amin Dada regimewas famous for tormenting political detainees, restricting contradiction and free discourse. Under the tyranny of Idi Amin Dada, around 350,000 individuals were murdered. However, he adores Olympic games like Fidel Castro Ruz. During 1970s he had gotten a candid victor of game in the Third World. I recollected that the Ugandan group won two gold, four silver and three bronze awards during the District Games in New Zealand in 1974. In general Ugandan group positioned tenth, before Grains, Trinidad Tobago, Tanzania and Jamaica.

Fidel Castro once stated: “What has Cuba’s job been in the Olympic Games? What has it accomplished? What has been the product of our endeavors to advance solid clean games? At the 1972 Olympics, we completed fourteenth among 122 nations. At the Montreal Olympics in 1976- – Juantorena recollects this well, thus do we- – we completed eighth among 88 taking an interest nations. In 1980, in Moscow we completed fourth among 81 nations; in 1992, in Spain we completed fifth among 169 nations; and in Atlanta, in 1996 we completed eighth among 197 nations. Might anyone be able to reject these figures”. Be that as it may, under one of the world’s most established enduring tyrannies, the game has become a helpful route for ladies and men to access to opportunity.

Surely, Cuban game is an account of both dissatisfaction and supernatural occurrences. The Cuban government responded with increduly when in 1980 Roberto Urrutia, a weightlifter, out of the blue declared his choice to look for haven in the US. At the age 14 Urrutia made weightlifting high top need, and after ten months he set up national records. Urrutia entered the 1975 Container American Title at 18 years old and won gold decorations for Cuba. In December, in Matanzas, he become the primary Latin American weightlifter to acquire a World record. In 1976 he at last understood his fantasy about contending in the Olympics. Like Alberto Juantorena (olympic style events), Teofilo Stevenson (boxing) and Mireya Luis Hernandez (volleyball), Roberto Urrutia Hernandez, previous individual from Youth Socialist Association, was an image of the Cuban Unrest. Roberto, was conceived on December 12, 1956, in La Havana, won 3 gold decorations at the 1978 Weightlifting Big showdowns and finished world Soviet’s-year control of global weightlifting. Absolutely, he was casted a ballot Legend of the Year by Prensa Latina. Before the Moscow Olympic Games, Roberto Urrutia deserted to the US by means of Mexico.

In the previous barely any years, we have seen various occasions happen: Taimaris Aguero, a player, came to look for opportunity in Italy; Odelin Molina, an exceptional footballer from La Havana looked for political refuge in the US; and Dulce Tellez, a sportswoman, came to San Juan de Puerto Rico.

Aguero, who at 1,77, was viewed as outstanding amongst other female competitors in the Americas, at 16 years old she become the most youthful individual ever to be an individual from Cuban Group. During the 1993 World Junior Titles in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Aguero completed first in the opposition for best setter. When Tanya Ortyz, setter from 1987 to 1995, declared her expectation to resign toward the finish of 1995, Aguero was viewed as a main possibility for the post. Along these lines, she was keywoman when Cuba completed first at the 1998 Big showdown. In 2000 Aguero helped the Cuban group arrive at triumph at the Olympic Games. If not the best setter ever, she is absolutely the most celebrated in volleyball history. These days Taimaris Aguero is one of the most recalled and dearest sportswomen by Cubans. Behind baseball, volleyball is the most well known game in Cuba.

Dulce Tellez was named best player in the 2006 Dish American Titles in Puerto Rico. Under her administration Cuba won the bronze award in volleyball in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. She left Cuba in July 2006- – a quarter of a year prior to the Big showdowns in Tokyo. Prior to the 2006 Big showdowns, Cuba was positioned third on the planet. Presently it is positioned seventh. Then, Odelin Molina, was conceived on August, 1974, in La Havana, was one of Cuba’s best footballer and played the 1991 Big showdown Under-16 in Italy. In 1995 he deserted to the US, where he lives now.

Wearing Rebellions

  1. Abvin Sánchez, Lazaro-Soccer…1995…United States
  2. Aguero, Taimaris-Volleyball…2001….Switzerland
  3. Aldama, Yamilé-Track and Field…2003…United Realm
  4. Arocha, Rene-Baseball…1991…United States
  5. Arrojo, Rolando-Baseball…1996…United States
  6. Barthelemy, Giorbis-Boxing…1990…United States
  7. Blanco, Enrico-Boxing…1967…Canada
  8. Bordabehere, Roger-Cycling…1994…Venezuela
  9. Borrell, Lazaro-Basketball…1999…Puerto Rico
  10. Brito Ferrer, Michel-Gymnastics….2003…United States
  11. Brito, Javier-Volleyball…2004…Puerto Rico
  12. Caballero, Holy messenger Oscar-Basketball…1999…Puerto Rico
  13. Cala, Yosleider-Volleyball…2003…Puerto Rico
  14. Campoalegre, Ramón-Water Polo…1998…United States
  15. Casamayor, Joel-Boxing……..1993…..United States
  16. Castillo, Ulises-Boxing……….1993…..United States
  17. Contreras, José Ariel-Baseball…2002…Nicaragua
  18. Chappe, Taimi-Fencing…2002…Spain
  19. De la Pena, Janerky-Gymnastics…2003…United States
  20. Delgado, Alberto-Soccer…2002…United States
  21. Dennis, Holy messenger Volleyball…2001…Belgium
  22. Díaz, Juan Carlos-Baseball…1996…Dominican Republic
  23. Dominguez, Iván-Cycling…1998…United States
  24. Duquesne, Alfredo-Basketball…1994…Canada.
  25. Garbey, Ramón-Boxing…………1993…..United States
  26. García, Ives-Swimming…2001…Puerto Rico
  27. García, Osvaldo Junior-Water Polo…1995…United States
  28. García Martínez, Aliet-Soccer…2000…..United States
  29. Gato, Ramón-Volleyball…2001…Belgium
  30. Gilbert, Andres-Basketball….1993…Puerto Rico
  31. Gomez, Juan Carlos-Boxing……1995…Germany
  32. González, José-Cycling…1994…Venezuela
  33. Gregory, Elvis-Fencing…2002…Portugal
  34. Griñan, Fernando-Soccer…….1996….United States
  35. Guillen, Alain-Water Polo…1998…United States
  36. Guillen, Arnaldo-Water Polo…1998…United States
  37. Hernández, Adrian-Baseball…2000…Dominican Republic
  38. Hernandez, Alain-Soccer…2000…Costa Rica
  39. Hernandez, Ihosvany-Volleyball…2001…Belgium
  40. Hernandez, Jorge Luis-Volleyball…2001…Belgium
  41. Hernandez, Livan-Baseball…1995…Mexico
  42. Hernandez, Odalys-Softball….1993…Puerto Rico
  43. Hernández,Orlando-Baseball…1997…By vessel
  44. Herrera, Roberto Carlos-Basketball….1999…Puerto Rico
  45. Herrera, Ruperto-Basketball…1994…Canada
  46. Hurtado, Diobelys-Boxing…1995…United States
  47. Ibañez, Ciro-Weightlifting…1986….United States
  48. Juncosa, Abel-Shooting….1999….Canada
  49. Lapera, Ulises-Field Hockey…1999…Canadá
  50. León Tamayo, Charles-Gymnastics…2003…United States
  51. Marshall, Leonel-Volleyball…2001…Belgium
  52. Martinez, Juan Carlos-Water Polo…1993…United States
  53. Martinez, Rey-Soccer…2002…United States
  54. Matienzo, Richard-Basketball….1994…Canada
  55. Miranda, Arturo-Diving…1995…Canada
  56. Montalvo, Niurka-Track and Field…1997…Greece
  57. Muñoz, Daimara-Swimming…1998…Puerto Rico
  58. Nuñez, Jesús-Cycling…1998…Venezuela
  59. Nunez, Vladimir-Baseball…1995…Venezuela
  60. Ortega, William-Baseball…1996…México.
  61. Perez, Holy messenger Kayak…1993…United States
  62. Perez, José-Track and Field…1997…Puerto Rico
  63. Piedra, Armando-Water Polo…1995…United States
  64. Pino, Héctor-Basketball…1999…Puerto Rico
  65. Ramírez, Rio-Diving…1993…Puerto Rico
  66. Rodriguez, Heriberto-Cycling…1998…Venezuela
  67. Rodriguez Osorio, Gunther-Swimming…2003…Puerto Rico
  68. Romero Mayeta, Laseer-Volleyball…2001…Bélgica
  69. Rosales, Nubis-Swimming…1998…Puerto Rico
  70. Salas, Maikel-Volleyball…2004…Puerto Rico
  71. Sánchez, Alex-Baseball…1994…By vessel
  72. Sánchez, Alexis-Track and Field…1998….Puerto Rico
  73. Toca, Jorge Luis-Baseball…1998…By vessel
  74. Trevejo, Iván-Fencing…2002…Portugal
  75. Urrutia, Roberto-Weightlifting….1980….Mexico
  76. Valdés, Tatiana-Kayak…1994…United States
  77. Vázquez, Juan-Basketball….1999….Canada
  78. Wilson, Jesús-Wrestling…1994…United States
  79. Zayas, Daniel-Weightlifting…1987…United States

REFERENCES

  • Alfonso Jorge. “Cuba en los Juegos”, Bohemia, La Habana, 26 de julio de 1991
  • Baxter Kevin. “Contreras to learn cash makes a huge difference”, Miami Envoy, Miami, 5 January 2003
  • El equipo cubano de voleibol sufre su novena fuga de jugadores en el extranjero, en – Enciclopedia de los Comités Olímpicos Nacionales Tomo-3. Comité Olímpico Internacional,Lausana, junio de 1980
  • EE.UU : tercer atleta de Cuba deserta en campeonato de gimnasia, 25 de agosto de 2003, en-Fernández Mario. “El pariente pobre”, Suplemento Deportivo Deportetotal Diario El Comercio, Lima,

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