Sport Times Up, left, ridden by Ryan Moore, wins the Speedy Services Doncaster Cup, at Doncaster yesterday

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THEY CALLED Alberto Juantorena, the Cuban double Olympic champion of 1976, "El Caballo" - the Horse. I presume it was because of the length of his stride.

Cuba's new crackdown

A HANDSOME green parrot made it to Florida recently from Cuba, 90 miles away, without opening its wings. Squeezed inside an empty two- litre Coca Cola bottle with the base cut open, the bird was the only possession of one of the latest wave of Cuban "boat people" fleeing political crackdown and economic hardship.

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Forty years ago this week, Castro finally drove the dictator Batista from Cuba. The revolution may now be on its knees, but an unrivalled musical heritage is finding new followers around the world. Francis Giacobetti photographed some of its greatest stars. Words by Sue Steward

Television Review: Body Story

I'M A FAN of Body Story (C4); I love it with a passion. The only thing on television which makes me laugh more is Frasier. Body Story, however, is a documentary. Over the past few weeks this overly imaginative docu-drama hybrid has been breezing through life's stages, fleshing out development's bare bones with vivid animatronics and a bad script. Last night it followed a woman called Marion during pregnancy.

Travel: In the name of the revolution

Che Guevara is still a hero in Cuba, and the anniversary of his death marks a coming of age for the island's schoolchildren

Travel: The present is a foreign country

No destination in the world has changed as much in the past decade as Cuba. Ten years on, Simon Calder returns to Havana

Obituary: Antonio Nnez Jimenez

SPELEOLOGY AND revolution may at first sight seem strange bedfellows. But Antonio Nnez Jimenez managed to combine a love of cave exploration with a passion for the Cuban revolution that saw him on the one hand publish many books on Cuba's geography, and on the other to occupy a number of high-level posts in the Castro government.

Arts: Theatre: Havana got news for you

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA REGENT'S PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE LONDON

BOOKS: Fiction: Familiar cocktail

CUBA LIBRE by Elmore Leonard Viking pounds 16.99

Casa Havana: Before Castro

Havana, like the Cuban regime, has seen better days. But, as Robert Polidori's photographs reveal, its crumbling facades and flaky interiors have a distinctive, haunting charm. By Simon Calder

After Dark: Are you Havana good time yet?

The overwhelming success of Club Tropicana, the Cuban extravaganza at the Royal Albert Hall, has proven beyond doubt that Londoners can't get enough of that Latin vibe - but we've known that in clubland for many years now.

Cafe Society: Castronomic treat

The Pope's experienced it - now you can too. New Cuban bars and restaurants are opening up all over London, as Nikki Spencer reports

The Pope: Cubans chant for freedom in Havana's Revolution Square

The dictator hoping for salvation from an old enemy

The Pope in Cuba: Tears and prayers for the exiles on Eighth Street

They could not bear to watch. While the Pope was addressing Cubans, Cuban exiles, including many who reached Florida on rickety rafts, turned away from the live TV images, knelt and prayed. Phil Davison reports.
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