INCHEON, South Korea: Swimming giants Sun Yang and Park Tae-Hwan readied for a highly anticipated Asian Games showdown on Sunday as China and South Korea fought for supremacy on the medals table.
INCHEON: Cyclist Fatehah Mustapa added to Malaysia's Asian Games tally by winning a silver medal in the women's keirin at the Incheon International Velodrome today.
INCHEON, South Korea: Malaysia’s world badminton number one Lee Chong Wei slammed the court conditions in Incheon Sunday, saying that the lights were too bright and causing problems for players.
BEIJING: Pioneering Chinese tennis star Li Na said Sunday she has “no regrets” about her decision to retire over persistent knee injuries, but told an emotional news conference she reached the decision only after thinking long and hard.
ANA Ivanovic of Serbia ousted top seed Angelique Kerber in straight sets yesterday to reach the final of the Pan Pacific Open against US Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki.
SYED Agil Syed Naguib bagged his first win at the ATP Malaysian Open after downing fellow national teammate Assri Merzuki 6-0, 6-3 under unfortunate circumstances at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil yesterday.
LONDON: Christian Eriksen is targeting West Bromwich Albion’s visit to White Hart Lane today as the game that will deliver Tottenham Hotspur’s first victory in four matches.
LONDON: Reading announced on Friday that a Thailand-based consortium has completed their takeover of the Championship club.
MANCHESTER United manager Louis van Gaal has suggested Wayne Rooney has “privileges” as he prepares his side to travel to Leicester today.
DREAMS of competing at the Artistic Gymnastic World Championships will have to wait for Tracie Ang who is likely to undergo surgery on her back.
WHAT’S wrong with Yaya Toure? Is he making a slow start to the season or is the Manchester City midfielder’s heart simply not in it anymore?
AUSTRALIAN newcomer Cameron Smith snatched a one-shot lead from Thai duo Chapchai Nirat and Sattaya Supupramai after a bruising third round at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters at the Seri Selangor Golf Club yesterday.
MANCHESTER City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes ending Chelsea’s 100 percent Premier League record would mean his side had made a decent start to their defence of the English title.
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.
MALAYSIA recorded their first win under coach Dollah Salleh when the former AFF Cup champions defeated Cambodia 4-1 at Shah Alam Stadium yesterday.
THE failure to fix the leaking roof at the Malawati Stadium in Shah Alam before the start of the AFF Futsal Championship proved to be an embarrassment for the FA of Malaysia (FAM) yesterday.
NABIL Jan Al Jeffri settled for second spot as Tan Wei Ron made it an historic two Malaysians on the podium in Round 19 of the German F3 Cup in wet conditions at the Sachsenring yesterday.
A SOUTH Korean equestrian rider kept a promise to honour an uncle who died after being crushed by his horse at the 2006 Asian Games with an emotional home gold on Saturday.
UNHERALDED Zhang Mengyuan stung hosts South Korea yesterday as China grabbed three of the four shooting gold and India’s Jitu Rai won the other on Day 1 of the Asian Games.
JOSIAH Ng took the blame for the men’s team sprint’s failure to make it to the medal rounds at the Asian Games yesterday.
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