Zhang dethrones Wang to win men's singles in Rotterdam
The 23-year-old Zhang Jike dethroned top seed Wang Hao 4-2 to clinch the men's singles title at the World Table Tennis Championships on Sunday.
Liu Xiang ends Oliver's winning streak in high hurdles
China's former Olympics and world 110-meter hurdles champion Liu Xiang ended American David Oliver's winning streak of 18 finals at the Shanghai Diamond League meeting, recovering a victorious comeback in his hometown.
Ding Ning grabs table tennis worlds' title
China's Ding Ning captured her first women's singles title by beating compatriot Li Xiaoxia in a spectacular final of the World Table Tennis Championships on Saturday in Rotterdam.
China to play int'l soccer friendly agianst DPRK
China's U-23 team will play an international friendly against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea as a tune-up for the London Olympics qualifying, the Chinese Football Association announced Wednesday on its website.
Paralyzed gymnast seeks $1.8b in damages
Lawyers representing Chinese gymnast Sang Lan have admitted their demand for $1.8 billion in compensation may not be paid in full.
Guangdong clinches four CBA titles in a row
With a 4-2 aggregate win over Xinjiang Guanghui in the best-of seven series of CBA finals, Guangdong refused the inbreak of emerging force, lifting its CBA trophy for the fourth consecutive year.
Ding makes historical World Champs semis
China's snooker star Ding Junhui became the first Chinese player to reach the world championship semifinals on Wednesday as he repelled a late comeback by England's Mark Selby to run out a 13-10 winner.
China's ice dance pair advances in worlds
China's ice dance pair, Huang Xintong and Zheng Xun, finished Tuesday its preliminary round in the 2011 Figure Skating World Championships here at a fourth ranking, successfully advancing to the short dance.
Ding fights back for first Worlds quarter
China's Ding Junhui staged a dramatic comeback from 9-12 down to defeat England's Stuart Bingham 13-12 and reach the world championship quarters for the first time.
China eyes race walking gold in Daegu worlds
With the 2011 Daegu Worlds coming closer, Chinese walkers will have another chance to pursue the highest glory, and this time they are much better prepared.
China makes clean sweep at Synchronized Swimming China Open
Hosts China proved its strength in the Synchronized Swimming China Open on Sunday by sweeping all the seven gold medals on offer in the four-day competition.
Lin defends title as China makes clean-sweep at Asian champs
Lin Dan of China defended his title in men's singles as China collected all of the five gold medals on offer for the first time at the Asian championships on Sunday.