Havana, (Prensa Latina) Roberto Leon Richards, president of the Cuban Olympic 2020 Committee, and Osvaldo Vento, president of the National Sports Institute praised the Cuban athletes, who are intent their work on the Olympic 2020 for the new year. Olympic lovers from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon lovers can book Olympic Modern Pentathlon Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on reduced prices.
On his Twitter account, Richards praised the athletes, coaches, and the Cuban sports program, to whom he sent a giant hug, convinced that the Olympic 2020 event in Tokyo, Japan, will be another situation of conquests for them. For his part, the INDER president remembered a statement by the important leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro, on the time of the 61st birthday of that daring deed.
Vento twitted “Let’s remember Fidel as a durable motivation for the commitments to come. He vowed that sports motivate the people, amuse the people, thrill the people and make the people joyful! Cheers”.
To date, Cuba has 26 qualified athletes for the Olympic 2020 Games in boating (4), cycling (1), artistic gymnastics (2) wrestling (2), modern pentathlon (2), shooting (5) and track and field.
According to the Cuban Sports Institution, the number of athletes for the Olympic 2020 Games should exceed 100 and Cuban athletes are expected to attend qualifying events from 5 January and 24 May 2020.
The authorities did well for the Olympic 2020 to pull back their players. The players can do well now so their confidence will be up. It is good for the game. Athletics are preparing extraordinary for next year’s games in Tokyo.
Britain’s Joe Choong outsprinted Germany’s Marvin Dogue in the closing meters after creating an unresolved final 800 meters loop in the event’s final laser run to register 1,481, with Dogue making an advance bronze, only a point late. Choong thus claimed his second silver in successive World Cups after winning his first medal in Sofia last month.