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  • Mickelson happy to be a golfing globetrotter

    2008-10-29 15:08

    Mickelson, set to defend his HSBC Champions title in Shanghai next month before playing in the $5 million Singapore Open, said economic conditions and a lack of US golf growth had made it crucial to play all over the world.

  • MLS expansion team Sounders FC signs Ljungberg

    2008-10-29 15:01

    Freddie Ljungberg insists his move to the expansion Seattle Sounders team in US Major League Soccer is more than an end-of-career pay day.

  • Pierce leads Celtics over Cavaliers

    2008-10-29 14:45

    Paul Pierce, the NBA finals most valuable player, scored 27 points as the defending champion Boston Celtics followed an emotional ring ceremony with a 90-85 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night.

  • Pierce, Celtics hoist title banner before first game

    2008-10-29 11:46

    The Celtics' 17th title banner and first since 1986 was hoisted high above the same court where Boston routed the Los Angeles Lakers 131-92 barely four months ago in the clinching game.

  • NBA Openning Night

    2008-10-29 11:05

    The 2008-09 season opens October 28, 2008.

  • Dolphins no longer rank as NFL whipping boys

    2008-10-29 09:34

    The laughing stock of the NFL last season, when they managed just a solitary win, the Miami Dolphins are suddenly being taken seriously again.

  • World Series game suspended by rain, tied 2-2

    2008-10-28 14:00

    The Philadelphia Phillies and Tampa Bay Rays will resume Game Five of the World Series on Tuesday with the score tied at 2-2 in the sixth inning after steady rain created unplayable conditions on Monday.

  • Jets involved in concussion controversy again

    2008-10-28 11:45

    Laveranues Coles may have caught the winning touchdown Sunday, but the Jets still find themselves dealing with the headache of concussions, wrote the New York Daily News.

  • Celtics and Lakers set to shine amid economic gloom

    2008-10-28 09:05

    After a summer spent promoting the game around the world, the NBA focus returns to the North American hardwood this week and the start of a new season that will present challenges on and off the court.

  • Rays to keep swinging in do-or-die World Series game

    2008-10-27 16:31

    Tampa Bay Rays heavy hitters Evan Longoria and Carlos Pena are both hoping for a sudden turnaround in form in a bid to salvage the team's World Series dreams.

  • Aging Spurs still feel like contenders

    2008-10-27 15:01

    The NBA's oldest team four seasons running, the Spurs may have finally showed their age in losing to the younger and faster Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference finals.

  • Kim wins Skate America

    2008-10-27 10:03

    South Korea's Kim Yu-na led an Asian sweep at Skate America, winning the title in a runaway Sunday over Japan's Yukari Nakano and Miki Ando.

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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.