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  • Japan pitcher Iwase plans to sit out WBC

    2008-12-04 15:13

    Japanese pitcher Hitoki Iwase plans to sit out next year's World Baseball Classic, where Japan will defend its title.

  • Bauer retains second place in Melbourne Cup

    2008-12-04 14:51

    English stayer Bauer has been retained as the runner-up from last month's Melbourne Cup despite an investigation finding that connections had broken the rules of Australian racing.

  • French cyclist Meret sets record in Mexico City

    2008-12-03 11:11

    French cyclist Jean-Philippe Meret bettered on Tuesday the world record of the One Hour Performance Master 3 for category 35-39 in Mexico City by riding 45.521 km.

  • Report finds no economic gains from London Olympics

    2008-12-03 11:09

    An official report done before London's bid for the 2012 Olympics discovered that the only justification for hosting the Olympics is that it would be morale-boosting, it was revealed on Tuesday.

  • Police eye ships for 2010 security housing

    2008-12-03 10:54

    Canadian police are again looking to use cruise ships to house security officers during the 2010 Olympics, even though their first attempt at such a plan fell apart amid a cost dispute.

  • Divers find body of former NHL All-Star Martin

    2008-12-03 10:21

    Police divers recovered the body of Hubert "Pit" Martin, a four-time NHL All-Star in the 1960s and '70s, who drowned after the snowmobile he was driving plunged into an icy lake near his home.

  • Smooth sailing for Ericsson 4

    2008-12-03 09:15

    Ericsson 4 made it two wins in a row by winning the second leg of the Volvo Ocean Race from Capetown to Kochi, opening up a seven-point lead over its nearest rival Telefonica Blue.

  • Ease up or risk premature end, Malaysia's No.1 told

    2008-12-02 14:15

    Malaysia's injury-prone shuttler Wong Mew Choo must ease off the accelerator or risk a premature end to her career, the country's badminton chief said on Tuesday.

  • Cyclist who sued USADA gets two-year doping ban

    2008-12-02 11:27

    The cyclist who sued the US Anti-Doping Agency seeking to prevent the group from completing a drug test on him received a two-year doping ban Monday.

  • Australian Scott suffers freak surfing injury

    2008-12-02 10:39

    A freak surfing accident has forced Australian Adam Scott to pull out of this week's Australian PGA championship.

  • Armstrong starts training; anti-doping site absent

    2008-12-01 11:07

    Lance Armstrong has guaranteed the drug-testing program he arranged with America's top anti-doping expert will be in place in January.

  • Swedes in the money with World Cup win

    2008-12-01 09:31

    World No 6 Robert Karlsson and Henrik Stenson won a three-stroke victory at the World Cup to earn Sweden its second title and the two stars $1.7 million in spoils.

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Geng Jiasheng, 54, a national master technician in the manufacturing industry, is busy working on improvements for a new removable environmental protection toilet, a project he has been devoted to since last year.