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  • Sharapova physically stronger before grand slams

    2007-01-02 20:17

    World No. 2 Maria Sharapova said Tuesday she has put on some more muscle over the past year to play better in Grand Slams.

  • Zidane remains best-loved French despite head-butt

    2006-12-31 08:50

    Zinedine Zidane remains France's best-loved personality despite his head-butt against Italy's Marco Materazzi in the soccer World Cup final this year, a survey showed on Saturday.

  • Michael Jordan, wife file for divorce

    2006-12-30 08:33

    Michael Jordan and his wife, Juanita, filed for divorce Friday after 17 years of marriage.

  • Hingis finds love match in Stepanek

    2006-12-29 14:37

    Former world number one Martina Hingis is to marry Czech tennis player Radek Stepanek.

  • Chinese teenage footballer driven mad

    2006-12-28 09:43

    It's not just Wu Xiaoqiang's (alias) mental condition that needs treatment, so does the Chinese soccer world. There's one more scandal to add to the list that has marred the image of the Chinese soccer field that includes match-fixing, violence, and gambling.

  • Japanese coach heading China censured for betraying country

    2006-12-26 15:32

    Japan's "godmother" of synchronized swimming Masayo Imura is set to sign a contract to coach the Chinese team in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

  • Hurdler Liu donates to cataract patients

    2006-12-25 15:13

    With sizzling fame earned from his 110m hurdles worldwide dominance, Liu Xiang never lags behind in the area of charity. The young hurdler and his coach are reported to have donated 250,000 yuan to HuaShan Hospital in his hometown Shanghai to help treat elderly people suffering from cataract, Jiefang Daily reported.

  • Spanish citizenship for Ronaldinho

    2006-12-22 09:38

    Ronaldinho should reportedly receive Spanish citizenship early next year, making him eligible to appear for FC Barcelona as a European Union player.

  • Michelle Wie gets accepted to Stanford

    2006-12-20 14:10

    Michelle Wie celebrated her first victory of the year — she got accepted to Stanford. The 17-year-old senior at Punahou School in Honolulu said Tuesday she would enroll in the fall, dispelling any talk she would concentrate exclusively on her professional golf career once she finished high school.

  • Cannavaro, Marta named Player of Year 2006

    2006-12-19 08:31

    Fabio Cannavaro was voted FIFA Player of the Year, Brazilian midfielder Marta was voted FIFA Women's Player of the Year, with U.S. forward Kristine Lilly finishing second.

  • Cannavaro named World Soccer's Player of the Year

    2006-12-16 17:00

    Fabio Cannavaro, who skippered Italy to victory at the World Cup, was named World Soccer's World Player of the Year on Friday -- only the second defender to win the honour in the awards' 25-year history.

  • Sports host Huang to join Phoenix TV

    2006-12-14 10:33

    Audiences who enjoyed Huang Jianxiang's outbursts need not worry - the controversial sports caster isn't hanging up the mike, he's just switching companies.

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