Beijing 2022 Bid Committe receives certifications from all winter sports federations
The Beijing 2022 Bid Committee has received venue certifications from all the seven winter sports federations, a Chinese sports official said on Monday.
Shanxi hand Liaoning 2nd loss, Guangdong win 12 straight
The Chirstmas Eve saw a tight game between CBA leaders Liaoning and sixth-ranked Shanxi.
Winter Olympics bid to boost tourism
The growing public demand for reacreational winter sports driven by Beijing’s bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics will significantly boost tourism to the Chinese capital, said officials.
Brazil beats China at 2014 Int'l Tournament of Brasilia
Brazil beats China at the 2014 International Tournament of Brasilia in Brasilia, capital of Brazil, Dec. 18, 2014.
Beijing's bid for Winter Olympics steps up a gear
An outdoor ice park has opened at Beijing's MasterCard Center, kicking off a series of winter sports to promote Beijing's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Legendary soccer coach forged lasting bonds, enduring hopes
Premier Li Keqiang will meet a host of celebrities in Belgrade on Thursday, but this will be more than just a routine diplomatic assignment.
National Stadium hosts global freestyle aerial ski competition
Beijing's National Stadium, which is a popular venue for music concerts, will also be showcasing daredevil skiing air stunts at the end of the year.
Former soccer chief receives sentence reduction
The former China soccer chief has received a one-year reduction in his prison sentence for good behavior, a positive attitude and repenting his faults.
Snowboarding has long way to go in China
Emil Ulsletten, a snowboarder for Norway, finally realized the dream he has pursued since childhood when he won the championship of the Beijing stop of "Air & Style" – one of the most influential snowboarding events – at China's National Olympic Stadium on Dec 6.
Freer market urged to boost sports industry
Experts say less State control would help to achieve target for expansion
Ding Junhui knocked out by 18-year-old James Cahill at York
World number 3 Ding Junhui has been sent crashing down by Stephen Hendry's 18-year-old nephew James Cahill at the UK championship in York.
Chinese companies keen on Rio 2016 Games
Two of the world's largest scale and most multifaceted events - the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games -- are coming to Rio de Janeiro in less than two years.