Havana, Cuba - The Cuban badminton player Osleni Guerrero continues training in Indonesia for the Giraldilla International Tournament in Havana, scheduled to be held from March 25 to 29.
Alexis Ramirez, National Badminton commissioner, told ACN that Guerrero remains training hard to successfully deal with the events of this year that also grant points for qualifying to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro 2016.
At present, Guerrero appears 43rd in the world rankings -his best historical position in the list-, with 29 030 points, to thereby being ratified as leader in the Americas.
American Howard Shu (56), with 25 991 units, escorts the Cuban athlete among the highlights of the American continent.
In 2014, the native of Havana won the title at the Pan American Championships in Canada, while adding the awards in international tournaments in Venezuela and Peru, and bronze medals in the Giraldilla and the Grand Prix of Brazil.
He also won the silver medal in the Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz, last November, in the men's individual event and gold medal with Tahimara Oropeza in mixed doubles.
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