China Daily is providing all-round coverage of the Chinese Super League this week. Today, we look at the league as a whole.
Coming back home to supportive fans, the Beijing Ducks rekindled their confidence in a 132-123 victory against Shanxi Brave.
Marbury and the Beijing Ducks jumped out to an early lead at Shougang Gymnasium and never let up, burying the Shanxi Dragons 132-121 to even the teams' CBA playoff series at one game apiece.
China's Olympic hopeful Wu grabbed a sliver medal at the 200m free style finals, with his career best of 1:49:76, but failed to shine in his strong event of 200m butterfly with the fifth place.
China lost to Iceland 1-0 in their third group game of the Algarve Cup women's football tournament Monday.
As China works hard on its domestic sports industry, mass sports should not be neglected, says Chen Zhonghe, former coach of the Chinese national woman's volleyball team, on Monday.
China's super league defending champions Guangzhou Evergrande denied the link with Italian coach Marcello Lippi on Sunday.
Defending champions Guangdong Hongyuan edged Xinjiang Guanghui 95-92 to take the first victory in the best-of-five series at the semifinal clash of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) league on Sunday.
Chinese athletes preparing for the London Olympics have been banned from eating meat over fears they may consume clenbuterol.
China lost to Sweden 1-0 on Wednesday in their first group game of the Algarve Cup women's football tournament.
China's World Cup dream concluded with a consolation 3-1 home win over Jordan in the final round of the World Cup qualifiers for Asia's group A here on Wednesday.
Chinese star snooker Ding Junhui suffered a stunning first round elimination at the 2012 Snooker Haikou Open on Tuesday, upset 1-5 by his countryman Jin Long.