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Hu Jiashi, an official in charge of basketball at the General Administration of Sports of China, doesn't deny that the Chinese team has the goal of reaching the Final 8 at the London Games.
Wang Yimei, a top attacker in China's national women's volleyball team, injured her right ankle during training in Ningbo, Zhengjiang province, and was transferred to Beijing for treatment on April 30, 2012.
Chinese first division club Shenyang Shenbei fired Dutch coach Arie Haan on Tuesday over a string of poor results.
K-League champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors came back to thump Chinese League winners Guangzhou Evergrande 3-1 here on Tuesday night, topping Group H with a three-game winning streak.
Fifty Olympic berths have been taken here on Sunday at the 2012 Olympic qualifying tournament, in which China grabbed two in free style wrestling.
China's Liang Lei and Zhang Chongyao came back from the revival round to secure two London Olympic tickets in free style wrestling here on Friday.
Ryan Day of Wales took a comfortable 6-2 lead over China's Cao Yupeng in the first session of their last-16 match at the world snooker championship here on Friday.
Following in his arch rival Stephon Marbury's foot steps, former NBA superstar Allen Iverson is seriously considering joining the Chinese basketball market.
Every Olympics provides a tough challenge for the Chinese national men's basketball team, and this year's Games in London could be the team's sternest test yet.
Reganmian, or hot and braised noodles, a traditionalHubeidish, travels by train toBeijingfor the athletes who are training hard for the upcoming Olympics, April 25, 2012.
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