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  • Wu has his work cut out

    Defending champ set to face some of Europe's best in Volvo Open

  • Where there's a Willett, there's away

    Jordan Spieth couldn't bear to watch, turning his head before another shot splashed into Rae's Creek.

  • Jumping into victory

    Lydia Ko of New Zealand jumps into Poppy's pond after winning the final round of the 2016 ANA Inspiration at the Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California.

Yearender: Ten most talked-about sport stars in 2014

Year-ender: For soccer, an era ends in 2014

Some legendary footballers chose to hang up their boots in 2014. Most of them, barring South Korea's Park Ji-sung, were born in the 1970s. Their retirement was seen as an end of a classic generation.

Soccer development set to score in new school curriculum

Soccer courses will be mandatory at an increasing number of schools, a move designed to achieve the country's goal of becoming a sporting power.

Anti-doping agency says no cover-up of Sun's ban

Olympic and world champion swimmer Sun Yang's short ban for doping in May was "appropriate", said a senior Chinese anti-doping official.

Rio 2016 chief: We are 'ready to deliver history'

Rio de Janeiro is "ready to deliver history" when it becomes the first South American country to host the Olympic Games in August, Rio 2016 president Carlos Nuzman said on Wednesday.

Rio Olympics expects more Chinese investment amid crisis

The Rio Olympics, which will kick off in 100 days, expects more Chinese firms to invest and sponsor amid political and economic troubles in Brazil.

Ding Junhui to meet McManus in snooker worlds semis

China's Ding Junhui will take on veteran qualifier Alan McManus in the semifinals of the snooker world championship at the Crucible Theatre on Thursday.

100 days to go: Will Rio be ready for Olympics?

With 100 days to go, Braizil has completed its venues and there are also some key challenges facing organizers ahead of the opening ceremony on Aug 5.


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  • Shanghai F1: A glass half full or half empty?

    Opinion on the Chinese F1 Grand Prix is evidently divided, with some saying that it has failed to reach its full potential while others claim there is still much promise for China’s motor racing scene.

  • Denny Hamlin beats Martin Truex Jr. in closest Daytona 500 finish ever

    Denny Hamlin made a daring late-race pass, moving from fourth to first in the final two turns to beat Martin Truex Jr. to the checkered flag by 0.010 seconds (or about a foot) to win the Daytona 500. It's the closest finish in the 58-year history of the historic race.

  • Argentine goalie out for 45 days after clash with Tevez

    Goalkeeper for Argentina's Newell's Old Boys, Ezequiel Unsain, will be out for 45 days due to a double fracture in his lower jaw caused by accidentally colliding with Boca Juniors player Carlos Tevez's knee.