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Cuban heavyweight Dainier Pero won 5-0 against Colombian Cristian Salcedo, and obtained Cuba's fifth victory in a row in the boxing tournament of the Olympic Games to be held in this city until July 8.

Three-time world champion Lazaro Alvarez, as well as Pan American champion Laina Perez, will be Cuba's competitors today in the Olympic tournament in Tokyo, Japan.

Shortly after dawn in Cuba today will be the opening ceremony of the 32nd Games of the modern Olympics in Tokyo, the first of its kind postponed due to the pandemic of COVID-19.

Although the seven Cubans who will participate in the boxing tournament of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will fight for medals, it is true that the main cards of victory will be the captain and cruiser Julio Cesar La Cruz and the light welterweight Andy Cruz.

I assumed this debut as personal and of all Cuba with a lot of responsibility and commitment. I did my regatta, it was not the best, but I still want to grow tomorrow and wait for the results to happen, said rower Milena Venega Friday after finishing in fourth place in her elimination heat in the single sculls.

Those who come to Tokyo, walk down its streets or spend some time watching one of the myriad TV channels of the hotel where a group of Cuban press members are staying, will have to say that the Japanese capital does not seem to be enjoying its Olympic Games.

With a strong sense of responsibility, rower Milena Venegas will be the first Cuban athlete to see action in the 2020 Olympic Games on the July 23 qualifiers for women's single scull (1x), to be held at the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo Bay.

One of the main appetizers of each Olympic event are the global medal predictions, true studies that go as far as to place the names of potential winners on the podiums.

Manuel Marrero Cruz, Cuban prime minister, handed the banner today to the sports delegation that will represent the country at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, to be held August 24-September 5.

Cuba will attend with 12 wrestlers, including three women, to the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, to be held from July 23 to August 8, with the commitment to maintain the chain of gold medals won by wrestling since Barcelona 1992.

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