Taiwanese sailboard athlete Chang Hao, seen in this file photo at the rudder of a boat, received notification from the Chinese Taipei Sailing Association on Tuesday, June 21, that he will present Taiwan at the 2016 Summer Olympics. It is the third time the Penghu-based windsurfer represents the nation at the Olympics.
Police in Tennessee say wrestler Jerry "The King" Lawler and his girlfriend have been arrested on charges of domestic violence.
National Taiwan Ocean University graduates are ready to set off on a 10-kilometer graduation voyage on sailboats or canoes off the shore of Keelung on Friday, June 17. The university said it would give a "certificate of ocean challenges" to the graduates after the completion of the voyage.
The saying "don't change a winning team" doesn't apply to the U.S. women's eight, the most successful boat in international rowing.
The finish was dramatic, even without a Triple Crown on the line.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt shook off a "horrible start" to win the 100 meters at the Racers Grand Prix athletics meeting in 9.88 seconds, the second-fastest time in the world this year.
World athletics governing body IAAF announced on Friday that it was provisionally suspending its deputy director Nick Davies over charges that he contrived to conceal news of positive Russian drugs tests in 2013.
KOLKATA, India -- Manohar Aich, a celebrated Indian bodybuilder and former Mr. Universe, has died in the eastern city of Kolkata. He was 104.
Taiwanese badminton player Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎), 21, competes against mainland China's Wang Yihan (王儀涵) at the 2016 Indonesia Open Superseries Premier on Sunday, June 5.
Cyclists compete in a round-island competition in Penghu County, Sunday, May 29. The event, which featured both 100- and 50-kilometer races, included more than 300 participants. The winner completed the course in 2 hours, 52 minutes, 42 seconds. Penghu's county magistrate said that 100 kilometers of the island group's roadways are bicycle-friendly, with another 100 kilometers being made ready for cyclists in the future.