Who's hot, who's not in China Sports (Week 14)
Chinese weightlifting officials kept a low key when talking about gold medal expectations at the London Olympics.
Football teams from Chinese Super League suffered another embarrassing round as none of them managed to notch a win.
Chinese swimmer Zhang Lin's disappointing result at the national championships is probably caused by an asthma attack, said his coach Chen Yinghong on Wednesday.
At the Swimming national championships, Wu Peng was surprisingly surpassed by Chen Yin in the last 20m and had to settle for a silver medal.
Top-ranked Ding Ning spearheaded China to a 3-0 victory over defending champions Singapore in the women's final.
Former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming on Sunday described Jeremy Lin's success in the NBA as "a bit out of my expectation".
The feeling of winning a championship in the Chinese Basketball Association transcends everything else for Stephon Marbury.
Wang Jian, 49, a businessman from Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, will carry the London Olympic torch on July 7 in Bishop's Stortford, north of London, according to the official website of the London Olympic Games.
With the London Olympics drawing near, 13 Chinese Olympic champions are among those chosen to represent station names on a souvenir map of the underground.
World No 1 Mark Selby withdrew from the snooker China Open due to neck injury on Thursday, handing local favorite Ding a bye into the quarter-finals.
Beijing Ducks, a CBA finals newcomer, were 3-1 up in the best-of-seven series after beating Guangdong 107-98 at home on Wednesday.