Still shocked by the news, hundreds of followers of Diego Armando Maradona today mourn the great Diego Armando Maradona upon learning of his death after a cardiorespiratory arrest, local media reported today.

Fidel Castro Ruz (1926-2016), who was a defender of the right of people to practice sports and who also was the main inspirer of the Cuban sporting triumphs in the last 50 years, left an indelible mark on the athletic movement of this Caribbean nation.

The Ballon d'Or will not be awarded this year for the first time in its 64-year history after the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the football calendar, organizers France Football magazine said.

A few days after the 40th anniversary of that July 25, 1980, when María Caridad Colón became the first Latin American woman to receive an Olympic gold medal, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) elected her this Friday as one of its new members.

Dr. C. Félix Julio Alfonso López*

Starting from the debate on social networks about Villa Clara's name and mascot for the next baseball season, several readers asked us for the story of a team that was considered by many to be the best of the first half of the last century.