Chinese athletes attend training sessions before the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Chinese government representative, State Councilor Dai Bingguo, visited members of the Chinese sports delegation in London Olympic Village on Thursday.
China's former Olympic pommel horse gold medallist Teng Haibin has pulled out of the London Games after aggravating a forearm injury, organisers of the gymnastics event said on Wednesday.
A top Chinese sports official confirmed Tuesday that China's flag-bearer for London Olympic opening ceremony will be a basketball player.
More than half of urban respondents in China said they are interested in the 2012 London Olympic Games, according to a survey China Daily obtained on Monday.
Injuries are again casting a shadow over the Chinese men's gymnastic team, as former world and Olympic champion Teng Haibin injured his forearm during a training session in Northern Ireland.
Bundesliga giant Bayern Munich kicks things off on Tuesday with a game against Beijing Guo'an at Beijing Workers Stadium. English Premier League clubs Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United will follow.
Three top strikers from the Premier League - Didier Drogba, Nicolas Anelka and Yakubu Aiyegbeni - appeared on the pitch at the same time in a game between Shanghai Shenhua and Guangzhou R&F.
Chinese women's volleyball team has restored confidence as the key players are recovering from injuries.
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When Chinese-American gymnast Anna Li travels to London later this month, she will be the third in her family to compete at the Olympics.
Weight constantly weighs on Olympic judo champion Yang Xiuli's mind.