Guo Chuan back home after non-stop solo world sail
China's Guo Chuan sailed back home on Friday morning to become the first Chinese to successfully circumnavigate the globe singlehanded.
Muangthong United eyes first AFC win in Guangzhou
Thai League champions Muangthong United are aiming their first victory in AFC Champions League despite encountering group leaders Guangzhou Evergrande on Wednesday.
Lippi stays alert upon crucial matches
Chinese champions Guangzhou Evergrande coach Marcelo Lippi stayed alert before the coming match on Wednesday against Thai league champions Muangthong United at the group stage of AFC Champions league.
Ye wins 200m medley at swimming champ
Olympic champion Ye Shiwen won the women's 200m medley in 02:09.08 on Tuesday at the National Swimming Championships which was only 1.5 seconds slower than her London Olympic record.
China posts split in world curling champ
China proved it will be no pushover at the World Men's Curling Championship Saturday as skip Liu Rui's rink battled hosts Canada to the final end before losing 7-6 to the defending champions.
Sun Yang wins first match after reuniting with coach
China's star swimmer Sun Yang won his first match on Monday at the National Swimming Championships after he put aside the disagreement with his coach and returned to practice pool.
Renowned volleyball player passes away
Chen Zhaodi, a renowned volleyball player, died from cancer at the age of 58 on April 1 in Beijing.
Guo Chuan sails through Taiwan Strait
Chinese sailor Guo Chuan, who is attempting a solo, non-stop sail around the globe, has successfully crossed the Taiwan Strait after three days without sleep, according to his supporting team Monday.
China tops 2012 best shuttlers nominations
Chinese shuttlers dominate the nomination lists of best badminton players of 2012 announced by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Wednesday, as they bagged all five badminton gold medals in London.
Cyclist Lee Wai-sze appointed as UNICEF HK ambassador
Renowned cycling champion Sarah Lee Wai-sze was appointed as Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF HK) Ambassador Wednesday, and became the second athlete named as this title following the same appointment of Wong Kam-po in 2011.
Robertson beats Selby to claim China Open title
Neil Robertson of Australia beat Mark Selby in the final of snooker China Open Sunday to win his seventh ranking title and the first since the 2010 World Open.
China ranks 6th Military Winter Games
The Chinese delegation claimed two gold, one silver and two bronze medals at the 2nd International Military Sports Council (CISM) World Winter Games which closed Friday in Annecy, a city in the southeast of France, ranking 6th in the medal table.