Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel made clear on Wednesday that his apology to Red Bull for ignoring team orders at the Malaysian Grand Prix did not extend to any remorse about winning.
China's star hurdler, Liu Xiang, is likely to be out of action for the entire 2013 track and field season.
Ding Junhui swapped his cue for a microphone to join the commentary team for the semi-final of the World Snooker China Open and received a higher-than-expected audience rating.
Germany's Tommy Haas recorded the upset of the tournament when he stunned two-time defending champion Novak Djokovic 6-2 6-4 in the fourth round of the Sony Open at Miami on Tuesday.
More than 5,000 fans were lucky enough to watch David Beckham perform on Friday in Qingdao.
The Shanghai Sports Bureau has denied claims they signed an agreement with a hospital to provide free life-long medical insurance to Olympic and world champions as well as their coaches.
With a nimbleness reminiscent of his prime, David Beckham dodged suggestions that his visit to China was motivated by money.
Beijing Ducks center Randolph Morris has vowed to come back to China bigger and stronger next year.
Brazilian side Corinthians player Chen Zhizhao, one of the few Chinese playing abroad, has been called into the national fold for the first time and is expected to inject some fresh blood into the struggling team.
Football superstar David Beckham arrived in Beijing on Wednesday to start his role as an ambassador for the Chinese Super League and the Youth Football Program in China.
A career that was launched into orbit by a stunning goal against Argentina in the 1998 World Cup will end meekly 15 years later after Michael Owen announced on Tuesday he will hang up his boots at the end of the season.
Kobe Bryant has been ruled out indefinitely after he severely sprained his left ankle in the final seconds of the Los Angeles Lakers' 96-92 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday.