A loss, a look and a lot of tears
Known to some as the happy slam, the Australian Open does manage to break some hearts now and then.
Clean-up changes hands
As first reported by soccer commentator Yan Qiang on his Sina Weibo account on Wednesday night, Wei Di, the current head of Chinese soccer, will likely be replaced by Zhang Jian, the head of the Department of Policy and Regulation under the State General Administration of Sport of China.
Chinese soccer head steps down
Wei Di, head of Chinese soccer's governing body, has stepped down after three years in charge, according sources on Thursday.
Debutant Wu impresses at Australian Open
Although his first major main draw run ended prematurely, Wu Di has impressed the tennis world with his future prospect.
Fans get bigger spot at the table
The Chinese table tennis team is eager to expand its fan base and draw more attention to the sport by strengthening interaction between the national players and the public, men's coach Liu Guoliang said during a ceremony on Monday announcing Dubai's sponsorship of the team.
Dubai to sponsor Chinese table tennis team
Table tennis is poised to play a similar role again, as Dubai announced on Monday that it will sponsor the Chinese national team as part of efforts to promote exchange and growth between the two nations.
Refereeing decisions upstage in CBA
Qingdao Doublestar players refused to play and went back to the locker room in protest of the referees' controversial decisions, resulting in over-10-minute halt of game in CBA League on Wednesday.
Mainland's medalists to visit Taiwan
The Chinese mainland's gold medalists from the 2012 Olympics will visit Taiwan as one of 14 cross-Strait sports exchange events this year.
Coach Li resigns due to 'health' issues
Citing health reasons, Li Chunjiang (pictured) stepped down as Guangdong's head coach, bidding farewell to an era which saw him lead the squad to seven league championships since 2001.
Gassed up for the second half
I hope you are just as excited as my Beijing Ducks teammates and I about the second half of the CBA season.
Chinese swimmers achieve historic breakthroughs
The year of 2012 was one with a rich harvest for Chinese swimmers, who stunned the world with major breakthroughs at the London Olympic Games.
Guangdong new coach gains good start win
Guangdong Hongyuan' s new coach Du Feng, the former China international player, reaped his first win over Shanxi Zhongyu by 109-97 in Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) League on Sunday.