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  • Marbury leads Beijing to crush Shanxi 137-108

    2013-01-24 09:44

    Stephon Marbury and Beijing Ducks obviously didn't want another overtime defeat to Shanxi Zhongyu, so they made it quite simple with a 137-108 crushing over the latter in the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) League on Wednesday.

  • China win friendly while Camacho explains training virtues

    2013-01-22 10:09

    The Chinese national football team this Monday enjoyed a comfortable 3-0 win over the Swiss side, FC Wil 1900.

  • Riding the slopes again

    2013-01-22 04:10

    Growing up in Heilongjiang province, Northeast China, Zhu Hong was a dab hand at winter sports by her early teens.

  • Hebei celebrates its second division soccer team

    2013-01-21 15:53

    Hebei welcomed its first second-division soccer team in more than two decades when Shijiazhuang Yongchang Junhao Football Club announced its transfer from Fujian province to Shijiazhuang.

  • T-mac fouled out as Qingdao tastes five straight wins

    2013-01-21 14:24

    Former NBA star Tracy Mcgrady was fouled out for the first time since his arrival in China, while that did not stop Qingdao Doublestars' five-game winning streak.

  • Peng and coach Ma part ways

    2013-01-21 02:08

    Peng Shuai has decided to split with long-time mentor Alan Ma, however there are no hard feelings.

  • Sun Yang, Ye Shiwen named Sports Personality of Year

    2013-01-20 02:03

    Chinese swimmers became the biggest winners of the 2012 CCTV (China Central Television) Sports Personality Awarding Ceremony as star swimmers Sun Yang and Ye Shiwen won the Best Athlete Awards at the National Stadium here on Saturday.

  • Chinese women's soccer still in the mire

    2013-01-18 11:09

    China finally clinched a win by beating South Korea 2-0 in a women's soccer invitational event here, pleasing the Chinese fans but at the same time mirroring its downfall over a decade.

  • Inspiration from the east

    2013-01-17 23:44

    While China was celebrating the first time one of its men won a set in the main draw of a Grand Slam, Japan was busy enjoying first-round victories from three of its players.

  • Clean-up changes hands

    2013-01-17 23:44

    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.

  • A loss, a look and a lot of tears

    2013-01-17 23:44

    Known to some as the happy slam, the Australian Open does manage to break some hearts now and then.

  • Chinese soccer head steps down

    2013-01-17 15:00

    Wei Di, head of Chinese soccer's governing body, has stepped down after three years in charge, according sources on Thursday.

  • Group a building block for Africa

    An unusually heavy downpour hit Durban for two days before the BRICS summit's debut on African soil, but interest for a better platform for emerging markets were still sparked at the summit.