The gym at Beijing Runfeng School turned into a sea of jubilation as the faculty welcomed a visit by the Harlem Globetrotters.
Chinese police has denied a claim by the country's former soccer head Xie Yalong that he had been tortured into confessing to bribe-taking.
Some 1,000 wrestlers from over 80 countries and regions will be competing at the Olympic qualification tournament.
Chinese athletes have obtained tickets in all the canoe/kayak events of the 2012 London Olympic Games.
A former Chinese soccer chief stood trial on Wednesday on 17 counts of taking bribes during his term.
China's sports authority Wednesday released a statement to take commitment of fighting hard against corruption and rooting it out.
Chinese Football Association (CFA) chief Wei Di on Wednesday warned against a "rebound in corruption" in the sport in the future.
factfile of Nan Yong, the former head of Chinese soccer who stood trial for taking bribes on Wednesday morning
Bribery trial against former Chinese soccer chief Nan Yong started in Tieling Intermediate People's Court.
The crackdown on gambling and match fixing in Chinese soccer reached a climax on Tuesday.
Courts in northeastern Chinese cities Dandong and Anshan of Liaoning province opened the second round of trials on soccer corruption on Tuesday.
Ex-chief of China's soccer ruling body Xie Yalong denied parts of the bribes charges against him in court on Tuesday.