Who's hot, who's not in China Sports (Week 16)
The women's national volleyball team of China held a karaoke contest as players received intensive training for the London Olympics in Zhangzhou, East China's Fujian province.
Jean Tigana, the French coach of Shanghai Shenhua Football club, has handed in his resignation.
With just over 100 days to go before the London Olympics, Chinese star diver He Chong exudes confidence about his title defence at the 2012 Games.
For 24-year-old Ma Qinghua, joining HRT's Formula One driver-development program is not only an honor it's also a tangible step toward his dream.
China still has a lot of caching up to do in equestrian, but it's moving in the right direction.
It could become the darkest night for some foreign coaches in Chinese Super League (CSL).
The Lotus Formula One team filed a protest at the Chinese Grand Prix on Thursday against the rear wing system used by rivals Mercedes.
The new star's popularity doesn't have to come at the expense of the old one.
The Chinese Badminton Association had been notified and gave its approval for ex-champion Huang Sui to represent Australia.
Former world champ fails to qualify for Olympics, and time is running out It's not over yet, but the chance is slipping away.
HRT signs 24-year-old driver, who may get a shot at testing its car later in the season