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Cuba and US V-ball Squads to Play Bilateral Match in Havana
Cuba's and US male v-ball squads will soon play two matches in Havana as part of their training sight Rio 2016, and to resume bilateral exchange practiced during the 1980's.

The announcement was made on Wednesday by the president of the Cuban Volleyball Federation Ariel Sainz, who added that such meets will include female teams next year, according to Granma newspaper.

The visiting US team won a ticket for Rio Olympic Games after garnering the gold medal at the World Cup, held September 2015 in Japan.

Cuban team director Rodolfo Sanchez said that the two matches will be very useful for the two sides, while the US players want to see how much the Cubans are prepared for the Olympics.

One of the two games will honor former volleyball players from Cuba who won the bronze at Montreal Olympics and at Canada 1976. / ACN.

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