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Thursday, October 29, 2015
Simone Biles guided Olympic champions the United States to a third consecutive women's team title with a flawless display at the world gymnastics championships on Tuesday.
Monday, October 26, 2015
Taiwan's defending champion Chou Tien-chen (周天成) progressed to the Yonex Badminton French Open men's singles final, defeating Denmark's world No. 2 Jan O. Jorgensen in straight sets (21-11, 21-19) on Saturday, the Chinese Taipei Badminton Association reported.
Sunday, October 25, 2015
Evgenia Medvedeva made an impressive entrance to the senior Grand Prix circuit on Friday, seizing the lead after the ladies' short program at Skate America.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Former Pakistan cricket team manager Yawar Saeed, who held the post during the 2010 England tour when the team was hit by a spot-fixing scandal, has died of a brain tumor, his family said Thursday.
Monday, October 19, 2015
In a first for world sport, the Vatican cricket team took on an all-Muslim side from England Saturday with the home squad clinching narrow win in the final minutes.
Saturday, October 17, 2015
England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor will make history on Saturday when she becomes the first woman to play in a men's A-grade cricket match in Australia.
Two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador's elite cycling team Tinkoff-Saxo has lost its sponsor Saxo Bank, as the Danish online traders announced they would sever ties on Thursday.
Bode Miller will leave all the racing this season to his horses. The six-time Olympic medalist is taking a break from competing on the World Cup circuit to spend more time with his family, test out a new line of ski equipment and oversee a barn full of promising thoroughbreds he owns.
Legions of bridge players in Britain may feel they've been dealt a rotten hand after a court decision endorsed an earlier ruling that the popular card game is not a sport.
Friday, October 16, 2015
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will organize a game of woodball later this month that will be attended by the foreign diplomatic corps, in an effort to promote the Taiwanese-invented game, derived from golf and croquet.
Ministry to promote Taiwan-invented sport
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