|Rooney addresses China rumors: I'm staying at Man United|
England captain Wayne Rooney is throwing cold water on speculation about a potential move here to China.
|Yao Ming to sell his shares in Shanghai Sharks before next season|
Yao Ming, the newly-elected Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) president, said Thursday that he would sell his shares in the CBA side Shanghai Sharks before next season.
|NBA legend Yao Ming to lead China basketball body, aiming at reforms|
Yao Ming, former Houston Rockets player and NBA Hall of Fame member, has been elected as the new president of the Chinese Basketball Association(CBA). Yao Ming to sell his shares in Shanghai Sharks before next season
|Star swimmer Ning kicked out of Chinese swimming team|
It's been confirmed that World champion Ning Zetao is no longer part of the Chinese national swimming team.
|Japan eases past China 14-0 in men's ice hockey|
Asian powerhouse Japan opened the 2017 Sapporo Asian Winter Games ice hockey men's top division competition with an easy victory, breezing over China 14-0 on Wednesday.
|China beat South Korea in men's 5,000m short track relay|
China beat arch rival South Korea to win the men's 5,000m relay at the short track speed skating competition of the Asian Games on Wednesday.
|China to build 50,000 football schools by 2025|
Original plans to have 20-thousand schools created specifically for football by 2020 have now advanced, with authorities saying they expect to have 20-thousand football programs operational at schools before the end of this year.
|Chinese men unstoppable at Asiad curling|
The Chinese men have stretched their winning record to five games after beating South Korea and Qatar at the Asian Winter Games on Tuesday.
|China dominates 500m short track, Japan sweeps speed skating|
China dominated in the 500m short track speed skating at the Asian Winter Games here on Tuesday, while host Japan topped the medal tally by sweeping four speed skating golds.
|Chinese Super League clubs hopeful of capturing Wayne Rooney this month|
Speculation is once-again brewing here in China about the possibility of England captain Wayne Rooney making his way to the Chinese Super League within the next couple of weeks.
|Chinese women beat Qatar, their men down Japan in Asiad curling|
The Chinese women curlers whitewashed Qatar while their men compatriots snapped Japan's unbeaten record at the Asian Winter Games on Monday.
|Zang gifts China second gold at Asian Winter Games|
Zang Ruixin won the women's snowboard slalom here on Monday, gifting China its second gold at the eighth Asian Winter Games.
|China claims 2 golds in Asian Winter Games|
Cross-country skier Man Dandan grabbed China's first gold medal at the Asian Winter Games and Zang Ruxin added one from snowboard on Sunday.
|Stephon Marbury turns 40, but fails to make playoffs|
Today marks Beijing veteran Stephon Marbury's 40th birthday, arousing speculation Marbury might be prepared to retire after the Ducks failed to make the playoffs.
|Asian Winter Games opens, China wins 2 medals|
The 2017 Asian Winter Games officially opened on Sunday afternoon in the Japanese city of Sapporo.
|China lose at Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships semifinals in Vietnam|
China lost 1-3 to Japan in semifinals of the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships on Saturday in Vietnam' s Ho Chi Minh City.
|China, Japan, South Korea start AWG ice hockey event with big wins|
China and South Korea each scored a 20-0 victory on Saturday, the opening day for the women's ice hockey event at Sapporo Asian Winter Games.
|Chinese athletes ready for Asian Winter Games|
The 8th Asian Winter Games get underway this Sunday, on February 19, in Sapporo, Japan, and run for a week. 236 Chinese athletes will compete in the Games and take part in all of the 64 events, and they have been training hard.
|Barca President confirms China visit|
FC Barcelona have confirmed that club President, Josep Maria Bartomeu, club CEO, Oscar Grau and former player Ronaldinho, who is now a Club Ambassador, will travel to China on February 24th to sign an agreement between Barcelona and the Mission Hills Group.
|Chinese short track speed skaters see Asiad ideal prep for Olympics|
Chinese short track speed skaters aim to boost their morale in an inevitable clash with South Koreans in the Asian Winter Games which opens on Sunday.
|Tougher rules considered to promote young soccer talent|
The Chinese Football Association is considering introducing more incentives to recruit local young talent ahead of the new Super League season.
|China sends 236-strong delegation to Asian Winter Games|
China has named a 236-strong delegation for the 8th Asian Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan, which will run from Feb. 19-26.
|China's Changchun signs Brazilian striker Cristiane|
The Brazilian 31-year-old striker Cristiane will leave from Paris Saint Germain to join in the Changchun women's soccer team, the Chinese club confirmed on Sunday.
|Iran's Pishgaman cycling faces suspension after failing doping test|
The Iranian Pishgaman cycling team are facing suspension after the second of their riders' doping test was confirmed positive within a 12-month period, Tehran Times daily reported on Saturday.
|Shenzhen FC in $28 million bid for Colombia forward: report|
Shenzhen FC have made a 28 million US-dollar bid to sign Colombia international forward Miguel Borja, according to media reports.