The arrival of renowned foreign players will hardly benefit the growth of Chinese soccer, said some Dutch coaches working in China, while some others think that is a good way for Chinese soccer.
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Zhang Yanguan and Cao Yuan of China won the men's Synchronised 10m Platform final at the FINA Diving World Cup at the Olympic Aquatics Centre in London.
London's striking new Olympic Aquatics Centre hosted its first day of competitive action on Monday with China's dominant divers predictably striking gold in a World Cup event chosen to test the facility.
Yi Jianlian said China's national basketball team, becoming accustomed to life without the prodigious talents of the retired Yao Ming, could produce a surprise at this year's London Olympics.
Even Wilson Chandler's agents can't agree on whether he'll play in the CBA All-Star Game and playoffs.
While the majority of Chinese Basketball Association teams soared through the recruitment of top-class foreign imports this season, a former powerhouse came crashing back to earth.
Nine people and one company were convicted in Chinese soccer corruption trials on Thursday morning.
Former Chinese soccer referee Huang Junjie was sentenced to seven years in prison for accepting bribes and confiscation of his personal property worth 200,000RMB.
Suspects involved in the long-awaited Chinese soccer corruption case will hear their sentences in two intermediate courts in China's Northeast Liaoning province this week.
China's Ding Junhui whitewashed Mark Davis to storm into the last 16 of the Welsh Open on Monday.
The world cycling governing body UCI approved on Friday that the "Tour of Hangzhou" would be added to 2012 UCI WorldTour series.