Wang victorious in short-track skating return
Chinese Olympic gold medalist short-track skater Wang Meng showed no rust in coming back from a 13-month suspension Sunday afternoon at the first ISU World Cup event of the year in Canada.
Wang shows good form in speedskating return
Chinese Olympic gold medalist Wang Meng returned from her one-year hiatus from short-track speedskating on Friday at the first ISU World Cup event of the season in Canada.
Lin Dan receives master's, eyes Rio Olympics
Lin Dan obtained his Master of Public Administration from Huaqiao University in Quanzhou, Fujian province on Wednesday, becoming the sport's first athlete to achieve the accreditation in China.
Zhu Jun wrestles control of Shenhua FC
The complicated row over the control of Shenhua Football Club will soon be settled with Zhu Jun, the club's major investor to officially take command, according to Soccer News.
AFC chief denounces 'intimidation' by former head
Asian Football Confederation Acting President Zhang Jilong has rejected the accusations by Mohamed Bin Hammam, saying the "intimidation" of the former AFC chief was aimed at covering-up wrongdoing.
Big two against playing Spanish Supercup in China
The Presidents of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona have opposed plans by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) to play the Spanish Supercup in China.
Wang to make int'l return after ban lifted
China's most decorated winter Olympian, Wang Meng, will return to international competition this week as the 27-year-old left for Calgary, Canada, with the China team on Monday for the season opening World Cup event.
Lippi denies Drogba move
Chinese super league champions Guangzhou Evergrande coach Marcello Lippi denied the link with Shanghai Shenhua and Cote d'Ivoire striker Didier Drogba.
This time, Daley and Qiu pool resources
Appearing together for the first time since the London Olympics, teenage diving stars Qiu Bo and Thomas Daley put on an exhibition for local school students here on Monday.
Liang grabs control of Nanshan China Masters
Chinese golf ace Liang Wenchong fired a brilliant four-under-par 67 on Friday to grab a one stroke lead over Australian Aaron Townsend after two rounds of OneAsia's 1-million-U.S.-dollar Nanshan China Masters.
NBA to open first-of-its kind center in Tianjin in 2015
NBA China and the Yatai Lanhai Investment Group announced a partnership on Thursday to jointly design, develop and build the first-of-its-kind facility in Tianjin's Wuqing District.
Yao Ming, Sharks in Taiwan for Straits Cup
The 2012 Straits Cup basketball tournament will be held from Oct 12 to 14 in Taipei and Taichung, central Taiwan, with two teams from Chinese mainland, Shanghai Dongfang Sharks and Zhejiang Chouzhou Bank, and two teams from Taiwan, Pure Youth Construction and Dacin Tigers, competing.