Thursday Sep 11
Big Matches to Watch out for in Upcoming Asian Games
Fans wait for several exciting matches as star athletes will compete in the upcoming Asian Games which will kick off on Sept. 19. For Korea, 11 out of 16 athletes who won gold in the 2012 Olympics in London will compete in Incheon.
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Asiad gives South Korea chance to end awful 2014 o...
South Korea's sporting reputation has taken a battering of late with a dire World Cup campaign in Brazil and disappointing medal haul from the Sochi Olympics, but a shot at redemption is at hand as 10,000 athletes from around the region pour into Incheon for the 17th Asian Games. South Korea has played second fiddle to sports powerhouse China at the last four Games and would be happy to keep that streak going in Incheon, west of Seoul, where the target is 90 gold medals and maintaining bragging rights over rivals Japan.
Spaniard Carolina clinches World Badminton Championship
Spaniard Carolina Marin stunned reigning Olympic champion Li Xuerui of China to become the first European in 15 years to clinch the women's singles title at the World Badminton Championships here Sunday.
China secures 2 golds in badminton worlds, Chen Long into final
China has secured the women's and mixed doubles gold medals at the world badminton championships while Chen Long has set up a men's title clash with top-seeded Lee Chong Wei.
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Kien Kiat not in best shape for World Championships
Kien Kiat , seen here with Granular club coach Bodin Issara in March has been focusing more on coaching since he quit the national team.