Havana led in the 58 National School Games

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In this multi-sport event, 31 records were set among schoolchildren and two among youth. Photo: National Skating Commission.

With an accumulated 504 points, the Havana delegation won the 58th National School Games.

Santiago de Cuba, with 442 points, and Villa Clara, with 356, followed the Havanans in the table.

They are followed by Cienfuegos (346), Camagüey (341), Granma (339), Holguín (319), Matanzas (297), Guantánamo (280), Sancti Spíritus (232), Las Tunas (224), Ciego de Ávila (222). , Pinar del Río (200.5), Artemisa (184.5), Mayabeque (149) and Isla de la Juventud (44.5).

The Awards Ceremony for the 58th National School Games will be held on September 6 at the High Performance Athlete Training School (Esfaar) Cerro Pelado, he told HIT the director of the Inder School Sports Department, Ramón Ají.

In this edition of the Games, 31 records were set among schoolchildren and two among juniors.

The new records in the school category occurred in athletics (3), weightlifting (17), swimming (1) and archery (10).

In the youth the records were registered in athletics and cycling.

Below are the most outstanding athletes of these National School Games by categories

pioneer category

most outstanding

Catherine Martinez Martinez. Skating. Havana. Five gold medals.

Omar Alberto Castro Espinosa. Artistic gymnastics. Granma. Two gold medals.

disabled athletes

Yulaime Valdez Cruz. Parajudo. Sancti Spiritus. Gold medals.

Yosjanier Hernandez Velez. Swimming. Pinewood of the river. Gold medals.


Alexander Stop Isaac. Athletics. Santiago de Cuba. Gold in the long jump with a mark of 8.06 meters, which places him as the first in the world ranking of his category.

competitive art group

Isabella Rojas Rojas. Rhythmic gymnastics. Granma. Five gold medals.

Time and mark grouping

Dayan Miyan Nunez. Skating. Havana. Seven gold medals, one silver.

combat group

Akely Matos Ruban. Taekwondo. Havana. One gold and one bronze medal.

Group of games with balls.

Juan Carlos Bencomo Otano. Badminton. Pinewood of the river. Three gold medals.

school category

Melissa Cabrera Pacheco. Swimming. Havana. 12 gold medals, eight in individual events and four in relay.

Time and mark grouping

Maria Fernanda Aladro Camejo. archery Hundred fires. Five gold medals, four silver and four records.

Competitive art group.

Lisbeth Godales-Borjas. Rhythmic gymnastics. Holguin. Three gold medals and one bronze.

combat group.

Kevin Jose Perez Leon. Karate. Hundred fires. two gold medals

Group of games with balls.

Andy Maqueira Campos. Table tennis. Mayabeque. Four gold medals.

(With information from HIT)

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