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BEIJING: Chinese swimmer Sun Yang said he will "definitely" appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal against the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) decision to ban him from swimming for eight years. "This is unfair. I firmly believe in my innocence," Sun said. "I will definitely appeal to let more people know about the truth."
(Reuters) - Factbox on Chinese multiple world and Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang, who was banned from the sport for eight years for an out-of-competition dope test violation.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - China's top swimmer Sun Yang said he was shocked and would appeal after being handed an eight-year ban on Friday for a dope test violation that rules him out of the Tokyo Games.
LAUSANNE: China's world and Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang was handed an eight-year ban on Friday, a sanction that rules him out of this year's Tokyo Games, after he missed an out-of-competition test for doping.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Pandelela Rinong-Leong Mun Yee could benefit from restrictions caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, when they take part in the Diving World Series in Montreal, Canada from today.
ONE of the best times to be in Putrajaya is during the month of Ramadan. Visitors can literally sniff their way to the food bazaar near Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) Complex and Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal in Precinct 3.
TENERIFE, Spain (Reuters) - At first glance, the hotel looks like any other. It bustles with holidaymakers choosing their food and drink from the buffet while others bag sunloungers by the pool.
(Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has annulled the four-year ban imposed on Filippo Magnini by the Italian National Anti-Doping Tribunal following an appeal by the retired Italian swimmer.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian swimming great Ian Thorpe says athletes should not put their Olympic dreams before their health in deciding whether to compete at the Tokyo Games as global health authorities battle to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
TAIPEI, Feb 27 (The China Post/ANN) — New Taipei, Taipei, Tainan and other cities on Wednesday announced the cancellation or suspension of large scale school and sporting events in their cities, in a bid to control the rising number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Taiwan.