China disqualified for curling worlds semifinals
The Chinese men's curling team failed to qualify for the semifinals after losing to Canada 4-5 at the World Curling Championships in Canada.
Liu, Sun achieve world-class results in China tournament
On the fourth day of the Chinese Spring National Championships on Tuesday, the Olympic champion powered home Liu Zige first in an amazing 57.39 seconds which tied her world No 3 last year.
Chinese table tennis legend Zhang Yining calls it quits
Chinese table tennis legend Zhang Yining announced her retirement in Beijing Thursday afternoon as she left for the United States to further her studies, sports.qq.com reported.
China scores lucky draw for 2014 World Cup qualifiers
The Chinese men's national team has scored a good draw for the first and second rounds of the 2014 World Cup's Asian qualifying games, facing the winner of Cambodia or Laos in the second round.
China fight back to draw with Costa Rica in friendly match
China fought back with Gao Lin's goal during injury time to hold Costa Rica 2-2 in an international friendly match last Saturday.
China wins bronze at world women's curling championship
China defeated Denmark 10-9 Sunday to capture the bronze medal on the last day of the world women's curling championship in Esbjerg, Denmark.
Sweden defeats China to advance to curling final
Sweden beat China 7-6 in a tight encounter on Friday evening, booking a spot in the final of women's curling world championship 2011 in Esbjerb, Denmark.
Universiade program unveiled in Shenzhen
A record 24 sports including 306 events will be held at 41 venues in the upcoming 26th Shenzhen Universiade to be held in China in August.
Male ushers to serve Shenzhen 2011 Universiade
Sixty male ushers will appear at medal ceremonies in the upcoming Shenzhen Summer Universiade in China in August, said an official here on Wednesday.
New champion for Chinese women's basketball league
Miao Lijie lead the Shenbu Fuyuan over the Guangdong Jiahong 65-64 in game 5 of the best-of-five finals, winning their first championship of the Women's Chinese Basketball Association (WCBA) league.
All-star MVP Douby delighted after showdown with Marbury
Quincy Douby won the Chinese Basketball Association's (CBA) All-Star Game's most valuable player (MVP) award and was "proud" to lead the North team over the South, 115-114, but those weren't the game's highlight for the Brooklyn, New York, native.
Douby leads the North to win CBA All-Star game
Quincy Douby was named the MVP of the CBA All-Star game on Sunday as he scored a game-high 44 points to lead the North past the South 115-114.