COC President and also Vice President of the Cuban Council of Ministers, Jose Ramon Fernandez, said that all efforts and all available resources have been dedicated to this task.
He highlighted the close working relationship that exists between the COC and the Cuban Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER) to guarantee the optimum form of the 75 athletes that have already secured Olympic spots and also of those who will soon win their classification.
Other goals of the COC working plan for 2008, which was approved by the COC Executive Committee and the presidents of 39 of the 44 national sports federations, include participating in sports meetings and congresses and contributing to the organization of national and foreign competitions.
They also agreed to guarantee the attention to programs of Olympic Solidarity for athletes and coaches.
This way, campers all over the island will be able to visit far off locations. "Some 27 thousand people will benefit from this program in 2008," said company director Eduardo Tirado to Juventud Rebelde newspaper.
"It is still insufficient to meet expectations, but no question it will be a step forward in getting the Cuban people more acquainted with their country's natural beauty and overwhelming history," said Tirado.
Guerra and Gonzalez headed the world classification in their respective modalities.
Guerra has 22 points in the 500 meters counterclock competition, after being second in Sydney, Australia, and first in Beijing, in the initial stages of the World Cup, followed by Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania) with 17, and Natalya Tsylinskaya (Belarus) with 14 points.
Guerra became the second woman who gets less than 34 seconds in her modality, with 33.994 seconds in Beijing.
Only World and Olympic Champion Anna Meares (Australia) had been the one achieving such a mark, and beat the Cuban athlete for the gold medal in the World Championship in Palma de Mallorca, Spain in January.
Guerra is also classified among the first 10 athletes in the speed modality, with a silver medal in the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Yumari Gonzalez became the World Champion in Palma de Mallorca, and now she has a first and a third place in the two stages of the World Cup, with a first place in the scratch classification with 20 points, followed by Belinda Goss (Australia) with 16 points and Italian Annalissa Cucinotta (13 points)
Gonzalez became the Pan American Champion in the individual road race event followed by Mexican Belem Guerrero and Venezuelan Daniely Garcia.
For her part, Yoanka Gonzalez (Cuba) got the Pan American title in the race by points and is now the fourth best woman in the world, with 10 points in the World Cup.