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Washington's Blockade Prevents US Sailboats from Competing in Cuba - Radio Cadena Agr
by NewsReader 08-10-2012



Washington's Blockade Prevents US Sailboats from Competing in Cuba
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Several historic documents point out that sailboat regattas between the two nations began in 1930, and that around 1922 there were already motorboat competitions with Miami teams, which traveled to Havana. There were regattas between 1996 and 2000, ...

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