INCHEON, South Korea: Olympic champion Om Yun-Chol broke his own world record for the clean and jerk on his way to North Korea’s first gold medal of the Asian Games on Saturday.
SINGAPORE: Fernando Alonso continued his promising Singapore Grand Prix weekend for struggling Ferrari by finishing fastest in final practice before qualifying on Saturday.
LONDON: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes clubs found guilty of breaching UEFA’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules should be deducted points and have titles stripped rather than face fines.
INCHEON, South Korea: South Korean equestrian Kim Kyun-sub won a gold medal in the dressage team event on Saturday before his thoughts quickly turned to his late uncle, who died in a horror fall at the Asian Games in Doha eight years ago.
INCHEON, South Korea: Olympic boss Thomas Bach Saturday said future Games hosts would have to prove their “sustainability” and that there would be a shake-up of the bidding criteria.
INCHEON, South Korea: Hundreds of South Korean security personnel, including intelligence agents, are guarding North Korean athletes at the Asian Games as the host nation takes no chances during the showcase event, officials said Saturday.
LONDON: Ivory Coast star midfielder Yaya Toure tells the BBC on Saturday that he is fully committed to English champions Manchester City and wants above all to win the Champions League for them.
A FRUSTRATED Fernando Alonso reiterated his commitment to Ferrari on Thursday and took a verbal swipe at brand-damaging rumours in Italy suggesting he might swap seats with Sebastian Vettel to join Red Bull next year.
PARIS: Fifa officials were on Thursday given until Oct24 to hand back luxury watches offered as “gifts” by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).
MILAN: AC Milan host Juventus in a top-of-the-table clash today that could add impetus to their bid to erase two nightmare seasons — if the Rossoneri can plug the holes at the back.
LI Na single-handedly sparked a tennis revolution in Asia and became one of the world’s most successful athletes thanks to her fierce determination to overcome the odds.
BAYERN Munich travel to a Hamburg side under new management this weekend still finding their way after changing tactics mid-way through their midweek Champions League win over Manchester City.
LEWIS Hamilton secured first advantage at this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix yesterday when he topped the times for Mercedes at the end of second free practice ahead of Fernando Alonso of Ferrari.
FORMULA One’s governing body postponed the bulk of a ban on radio and pit board messages until next season after deciding yesterday that this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix was too early for teams to adapt to the new restrictions.
NABIL Jan Al Jeffri’s resolve to fight a losing battle will be tested under the gloomy skies in Saxony where the German F3 Cup title could be decided at the Sachsenring tomorrow.
PARIS: Marseille coach Marcelo Bielsa may not enjoy an easy relationship with his president, but he has got his team performing on the field as they prepare to host Rennes in Ligue 1 today.
THE ATP Malaysian Open suffered another big name pullout with Milos Raonic being the latest to withdraw.
TWO consecutive defeats have left European champions Real Madrid with a mountain to climb just three games into the La Liga season if they are to catch leaders Barcelona.
STUNG by a last-minute defeat in the Champions League, Manchester City will attempt to make up ground in the Premier League title race when they host leaders Chelsea tomorrow.
NOT only will the CIMB Classic welcome World No 3 Sergio Garcia of Spain and 2014 FedExCup champion Billy Horschel of America but also China prodigy Guan Tianlang to the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club (KLGCC) next month.
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