South African Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius, charged with murdering his girlfriend, faces at least four random tests for drugs and alcohol in coming months to ensure he is complying with bail terms, an official said on Monday.
Ding Junhui hoped Ronnie O'Sullivan would leave the sport as the reigning world champion and give China's snooker prodigy a chance at the title, but a major announcement due in London on Tuesday could change all that.
Oscar Pistorius walked out of court on Friday - free at least for now - after a South African magistrate released him on bail, capping four days of often startling testimony that foreshadowed a dramatic trial in the Valentine's Day slaying of his girlfriend.
Despite flourishing in recent years, poor officiating and fan behavior is holding back the CBA, according to NBA great Yao Ming.
Tracy McGrady is impressed by his growing and appreciative Chinese fan base, but not enough to stay in China for the CBA All-Star Game.
South African police have found a bloodied cricket bat at the home of Oscar Pistorius, a local newspaper reported on Sunday, following the Valentine's Day killing of his model girlfriend.
International sports stars are creating more excitement among their already solid fan base in China by reaching out to them on social media.
South African 'Blade Runner' Oscar Pistorius, a double amputee who became one of the biggest names in world athletics, is due to appear in court on Friday on charges of murdering his girlfriend.
China's table tennis circle mourned the passing of world champion player and renowned ping-pong diplomat, Zhuang Zedong, who died Sunday at the age of 73 of cancer, in Beijing.
The injury-hit Los Angeles Lakers were dealt another major blow on Thursday with the news that forward Pau Gasol is expected to be sidelined for at least six to eight weeks with a foot injury.
Dressed in a sharp grey suit, blond hair neatly side-parted and wooing a crowd of French reporters with his boyish English charm, David Beckham began the latest, and possibly final, chapter of an extraordinary boys' own football tale on Thursday.
Frenchwoman Laure Manaudou, the 2004 Olympic 400 metres freestyle champion, announced on Wednesday she had retired from swimming and drawn the curtain on a colourful career.