Gold medalists of the London Olympics welcome a new round of harvest back to China, including a large sum of bonus money as well as high appearance fees in commercial opportunites.
Too much Chinese success is not a good thing for badminton, but the all-powerful country is willing to spread its expertise abroad.
British have increased their spending on sporting goods and socializing in the wake of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Liu Xiang is expected to be away from training for at least six months.
The arrival of the Olympic flag in Rio de Janeiro marked the dawn of a new era in Rio de Janeiro's history, according to the city's mayor Eduardo Paes.
Chinese tourists spent an average of 203.04 pounds ($318) per purchase in the first week of the London Olympic Games, topping the list of per-purchase spenders
US President Barack Obama on Sunday called British Prime Minister David Cameron to congratulate him on the success of the London Olympics.
For the tens of thousands of athletes, who had shed tears and sweat to get to London, the Olympic Games are over and now it's time to party.
Cuban boxer Robeisy Ramirez Carrazana took the gold medal of men's 52kg at London Olympic Games on Sunday.
China swept aside their challengers to take all four golds in London, just as they did on home soil four years ago.
The US Dream Team will defend their Olympic men's basketball title on Sunday as the London 2012 Games draws to a close. 'No perfect Olympics'
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