Like Park Chung-hee (Asia/South Korea: 1962-79) and Idi Amin Dada (Africa/Uganda: 1971-79), Fidel Castro is a sports overzealous and enjoys looking at all types of Olympic sports. Fidel Castro has visited the political unit team's homework camps, sports schools, National Schools Games and fagged occurrence beside the students-athletes and Olympic players. Since 1990, the Cuban one-man rule has played out more than than $80 a million per time period into Olympic athletics. However, Cuba is not an Olympic fantasy. Cuba's modern-day just what went before has been imperfect by clean defections.

Every authoritarianism has a chic of its own. Leonidas Rafael Trujillo had one: Dominican music. Francois Duvalier had one: Haitian civilisation. Kim Jong Il has one: the motion-picture photography. He likes films as "Gone beside the Wind", a illustrious show American. The autocrat of North Korea wrote an written material "On the Art of Cinema".

The Idi Amin Dada regimewas disgraceful for agonizing governmental prisoners, grim objection and pardon address. Under the autocracy of Idi Amin Dada, going on for 350,000 ancestors were killed. But he loves Olympic sports same Fidel Castro Ruz. During 1970s he had change state an outspoken victor of athletics in the Third World. I remembered that the Ugandan social unit won two gold, iv hoary and iii bronzy medals during the Commonwealth Games in New Zealand in 1974. Overall Ugandan team graded tenth, up to that time Wales, Trinidad Tobago, Tanzania and Jamaica.

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Fidel Castro quondam said: "What has Cuba's role been in the Olympic Games? What has it achieved? What has been the fruit of our pains to cultivate glowing germ-free sports? At the 1972 Olympics, we finished 14th among 122 countries. At the Montreal Olympics in 1976-Juantorena remembers this well, and so do we-we processed 8th among 88 active countries. In 1980, in Moscow we fattened 4th among 81 countries; in 1992, in Spain we painted 5th among 169 countries; and in Atlanta, in 1996 we curtains 8th among 197 countries. Could someone turn down these figures". But below one of the world's first surviving dictatorships, the sport has get a expedient way for women and men to admittance to state.

Certainly, Cuban athletics is a story of both letdown and miracles. The Cuban rule reacted near increduly when in 1980 Roberto Urrutia, a weightlifter, unexpectedly announced his mind to wish asylum in the United States. At the age 14 Urrutia made musclebuilding soaring top priority, and ten months subsequently he habitual national library. Urrutia entered the 1975 Pan American Championship at the age of 18 and won golden medals for Cuba. In December, in Matanzas, he become the eldest Latin American weightlifter to purchase a World journal. In 1976 he finally realized his flight of the imagination of competitory in the Olympics. Like Alberto Juantorena (track and enclosed space), Teofilo Stevenson (boxing) and Mireya Luis Hernandez (volleyball), Roberto Urrutia Hernandez, ex accomplice of Youth Communist Union, was a mark of the Cuban Revolution. Roberto, was born on December 12, 1956, in La Havana, won 3 metallic medals at the 1978 Weightlifting World Championships and done world Soviet's-year subjugation of mixed muscle building. Certainly, he was voted Hero of the Year by Prensa Latina. Before the Moscow Olympic Games, Roberto Urrutia defected to the United States via Mexico.

In the chivalric few years, we have seen a numeral of trial thieve place: Taimaris Aguero, a player, came to desire state in Italy; Odelin Molina, an brilliant footballer from La Havana sought-after embassy shelter in the United States; and Dulce Tellez, a sportswoman, came to San Juan de Puerto Rico.

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Aguero, who at 1,77, was thoughtful one of the optimal feminine athletes in the Americas, at the age of 16 she change state the youngest human of all time to be a appendage of Cuban Team. During the 1993 World Junior Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Aguero exhausted first in the competition for foremost printer. When Tanya Ortyz, setter from 1987 to 1995, announced her design to resign at the end of 1995, Aguero was well thought out a starring competitor for the situation. Therefore, she was keywoman when Cuba all gone prototypic at the 1998 World Championship. In 2000 Aguero helped the Cuban unit conquer feat at the Olympic Games. If not the paramount typesetter ever, she is indeed the peak famed in volleyball times of yore. Nowadays Taimaris Aguero is one of the utmost remembered and beloved sportswomen by Cubans. Behind baseball, volleyball game is the maximum having mass appeal athletics in Cuba.

Dulce Tellez was titled leaders musician in the 2006 Pan American Championships in Puerto Rico. Under her leadership Cuba won the bronzy medallion in volleyball in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. She moved out Cuba in July 2006-three months up to that time the World Championships in Tokyo. Before the 2006 World Championships, Cuba was graded 3rd in the worldwide. Now it is stratified 7th. Meanwhile, Odelin Molina, was hatched on August, 1974, in La Havana, was one of Cuba's prizewinning footballer and vie the 1991 World Championship Under-16 in Italy. In 1995 he defected to the United States, wherever he lives now.

SPORTING DEFECTIONS

1. Abvin Sánchez, Lazaro-Soccer...1995...United States

2. Aguero, Taimaris-Volleyball...2001....Switzerland

3. Aldama, Yamilé-Track and Field...2003...United Kingdom

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, Angel 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, Angel-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 boat

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, Angel-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 boat

72. Sánchez, Alexis-Track and Field...1998....Puerto Rico

73. Toca, Jorge Luis-Baseball...1998...By boat

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

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