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Fidel Castro's son wins golf tourney
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Fidel Castro's son wins golf tourney

Apr 30 2013, 5:48am CDT | by

Varadero (Cuba), April 30 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Fidel Castro's son Antonio triumphed at the fifth annual Montecristo Cup golf tournament held in his native country.

Varadero (Cuba), April 30 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Fidel Castro's son Antonio triumphed at the fifth annual Montecristo Cup golf tournament held in his native country. The Cuban revolution leader's son...

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Fidel Castro's son wins golf tourney

Apr 30 2013, 5:48am CDT | by

Varadero (Cuba), April 30 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Fidel Castro's son Antonio triumphed at the fifth annual Montecristo Cup golf tournament held in his native country.

Varadero (Cuba), April 30 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Fidel Castro's son Antonio triumphed at the fifth annual Montecristo Cup golf tournament held in his native country.

The Cuban revolution leader's son showed the best result on the 3.5-kilometre golf course on the coastline of Varadero, 140 kilometres east of Havana.

The tournament, held last weekend, featured over 100 players from 15 countries, including the US, Canada, Britain and Spain.

The 42-year-old is vice president of the Switzerland-based International Baseball Federation and the deputy head of the Cuban Baseball Federation.

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PGA Championship: Musings from Louisville and Valhalla Golf Club

Aug 8 2014 4:05pm CDT | Source: Bleacher Report

Golf tournaments are never held in a vacuum. They are in towns and cities, each of which tends to have a specific atmosphere. Louisville, for example, has Colonel Sanders in the airport. Okay, it’s a statue. But he’s there.   And there are decorated horse statues all over town, not unlike the cows that were turned loose in Chicago several years ago. But these are leftovers from the Derby Festival, which started in January an ...
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PGA Championship: Musings from Louisville and Valhalla Golf Club

Aug 8 2014 4:00pm CDT | Source: Bleacher Report

Golf tournaments are never held in a vacuum. They are in towns and cities, each of which tends to have a specific atmosphere. Louisville, for example, has Col. Sanders in the airport. OK, it’s a statue. But he’s there.   And there are decorated horse statues all over town, not unlike the cows that were turned loose in Chicago several years ago. But these are leftovers from the Derby Festival that started in January and went through the Kentucky Derby. Norman and Castro played in ...
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(Tweets) Non-League Club Disguise Trialists As Left-Wing Revolutionaries

Jul 26 2014 11:05am CDT | Source: CaughtOffside

Hyde come up with a novel approach to keeping their trialists under wraps. SEE MORE: FIFA 2015 Player Ratings Revealed. Clearly frustrated at having to disguise the names of trialists from fans, to stop other clubs from becoming interested, the official Twitter account of Conference North club Hyde FC decided to disguise their trialists' names as left-wing revolutionaries for their game against local rivals Altrincham.Hyde: Thewlis, Brizell, Fidel Castro, Vladimir Lenin, Ka ...
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