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Queen of accuracy
A woman competitor from Thailand in the Paragliding Accuracy World Cup lands right on the designated spot in Luye, Taitung on Sunday, Aug. 14. Nunnapat Phuchong received the top score in Sunday's event. She was hailed as great in the sport in Thailand. Up to 71 contestants hailing from all over the world competed in the World Cup's last stop Taiwan Station Sunday.
6,000 participants take part in National Dance Expo 2016 in Keelung
The annual National Dance Expo 2016 opened at National Taiwan Ocean University in Keelung on Saturday with around 6,000 participants from across Taiwan.
Taiwanese badminton player Chou Tien-chen (周天成) got off to a good start in the men's singles of the Olympic badminton tournament in Rio, beating an overmatched opponent in two straight games on Friday night in Brazil.
Zealand dominates 1st day vs Zimbabwe
New Zealand took control of the second test after reaching 206-1 against Zimbabwe at tea on the first day at Queens Sports Club.
Splash course
In this July 22 photo, children mimic their swimming stroke form during a swim class at a private pool, in the Port-au-Prince neighborhood Carrefour, Haiti. Hatian swimmer Frantz Mike Itelord Dorsainvil, who only began to swim competitively six years ago is arguably the most unlikely Olympian on Haiti's small team.
Rahul hundred helps India take control
Lokesh Rahul completed a patient hundred as India closed in on the West Indies' first innings total of 196, by reaching 185 for one at lunch on the second day of the second Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday.
Yachts pass London's Tower Bridge after race around world
A dozen yachts have passed through London's Tower Bridge after an 11-month race around the world.
Ashwin destroys Windies once more
Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin tormented the West Indies yet again to claim a second consecutive five-wicket innings haul and dismiss the home side for 196 on the opening day of the second Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Saturday.
World record on Kilimanjaro
In this image released on Thursday, July 28, Swiss professional alpinist and Mammut Pro Team athlete Stephan Siegrist set a world record by walking a highline at 5,700 meters above sea level.
Herath takes 4 wickets; Australia struggles to 146-6
Rangana Herath led Sri Lanka's fightback Wednesday, grabbing three wickets in the morning session as Australia went to lunch at 146-6 on the second day of the first cricket test.
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