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Departing Liu brings Shanghai faithful to tears

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Liu Xiang reduced his fans to tears in his home Shanghai Stadium on Sunday as China’s finest athlete was given a fittingly heartfelt send-off at the conclusion of one of the sport’s most pioneering careers.

Australia captain Jedinak returns to Asian Cup training

BRISBANE (Reuters) - Australia received a timely boost ahead of their Asian Cup quarter-final against China on Thursday when Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak rejoined the team at training.

Wigan owner Whelan charged by FA over racism row

LONDON (Reuters) - Dave Whelan, owner of Championship side Wigan Athletic, has been charged by the FA for insulting Jewish and Chinese people in a newspaper interview.

FA investigating Wigan owner Whelan's remarks

LONDON (Reuters) - The English FA is looking into remarks made by Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan despite his apology for apparently insulting Jewish and Chinese people in a newspaper interview.

Wigan boss Whelan sorry for 'anti-Semitic' remarks

LONDON (Reuters) - Dave Whelan, owner of Championship club Wigan Athletic, has apologised after being accused of anti-Semitism and condoning racism for referring to Chinese as "chinks" and saying Jewish people "chase money".

Birthday boy Liu Xiang plans to send Olympic warning

LONDON: China’s Liu Xiang plans to celebrate his birthday by sending a warning to his Olympic 110m hurdles rivals on his first appearance at the London Grand Prix today.

Birthday boy Liu plans to send Olympic warning

LONDON - China's Liu Xiang plans to celebrate his birthday by sending a warning to his Olympic 110m hurdles rivals on his first appearance at the London Grand Prix on Friday.

Tickets going fast for Rodman and Pippen show

KUALA LUMPUR: The US Professional Basketball Alumni (PBAA) Malaysia Tour is set to be a crowd-puller – with more than 3,000 tickets sold thus far – and going fast.

China's Vice President Xi samples Irish sport in Dublin

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's national sports - Gaelic football and hurling - won an unlikely new audience when pictures of China's leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping kicking a football were beamed to Beijing from Ireland, the only European stop on his current world tour.