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  1. 2 Minutes with...NG WEI

    Posted Oct 26th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... NG WEI The 22-year-old will lead the SAR's challenge in the men's singles at this week's Hong Kong Badminton Open having risen from 33 in the world rankings at the start of the year to 15. There's only been one Hong Kong Open since 1999. How will it feel playing at home again? We're playing in our local place, our own place after so many competitions ...

  2. Yang sees Japan as China's biggest Olympic challenge

    Posted May 28th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Chan Kin-wa kinwa.chan@scmp.com Triple Olympic gold medallist Yang Wei said defending champions China expected stiff challenges from Japan in the men's team all-around event at the London Games this summer. Yang was a member of Team China when they won their only two team all-around gold medals at the Olympic Games, in Sydney in 2000 and at home in Beijing four years ago. ...

  3. Yang's blunder adds to the agony

    Posted Aug 20th 2004, 12:00am by Unus Alladin

    ... Unus Alladin A shell-shocked Yang Wei described bowing out of the all-round final after being on course for gold as a personal nightmare in keeping with the disastrous Games the Chinese men's gymnastics team are having. Following the blunder that saw divers Peng Bo and Wang Kenan crash out in the men's three-metre synchronised springboard, the 24-year-old Yang's hopes ...

  4. Zhang no longer tour loner

    Posted Dec 06th 2004, 12:00am by Unus Alladin

    ... Unus Alladin Zhang Lianwei revealed he no longer feels 'lonely' on the Asian Tour thanks to several up-and-coming mainlanders who have joined the fray. Zhang, 39, signed off for the year with a flawless four-under-par 66. It was an improved roun ...

  5. Ng bows out in quarter-finals

    Posted Jul 03rd 2004, 12:00am by Tim Maitland

    ... Tim Maitland Ng Wei's defeat in the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Open in Kuantan showed how important the luck of the draw is likely to be at the Athens Olympics next month. Hong Kong's world number 17 went out bravely to China's world number two Chen Hong on the second day of the tournament, losing 15-10, 13-15, 15-5. The 22-year-old Jiangsu-born Ng has now lost all ...

  6. 2 Minutes with... RICHARD QIU ZHIFENG

    Posted Oct 09th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The 26-year-old golfer achieved his first professional victory in the China Tour- the Kunming leg a fortnight ago- when he took advantage of a meltdown by the champion of the Beijing leg, Li Chao, and Liao Guiming. Qiu is playing in a tournament in Shun D ...

  7. Wrangling expected over next venue

    Posted Apr 18th 2005, 12:00am by Noel Prentice

    ... Noel Prentice at Mission Hills 'Shigeki who?' asked one leading promoter as Zhang Lianwei put the icing on the cake and the Asian Tour went into back-slapping mode. But when the dust settles on another great day for Asian golf, some wrangling is ...

  8. Liang's long march to fame and fortune

    Posted Apr 08th 2007, 12:00am by Chuah Choo Chiang, Richard Castka

    ... China's top player has never forgotten his roots. Richard Castka and Chuah Choo Chiang report Chung Shan Golf Club is famous for being the home of the first course in China- it could become even more famous for being the 'mother' of Chinese ...

  9. Galleries put Zhang off stroke

    Posted Nov 15th 2003, 12:00am by Noel Prentice

    ... Noel Prentice in Shanghai A gallery appeared for Zhang Lianwei at the Volvo China Open yesterday and China's superstar started to feel the heat. Crowds are usually sparse to non-existent in China as the game of golf has not yet reached the common man ...

  10. Super Dan storms past error-prone Lee in a rush

    Posted Nov 20th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Chan Kin-wa kinwa.chan@scmp.com Lin Dan proved he meant business as he marched into the Sunrise-Yonex Hong Kong Open final following a convincing victory over world No 1 Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia at the Hong Kong Coliseum yesterday. It took the reigning Olympic and world champion just 46 minutes to beat the Malaysian ace 21-16, 21-14. The women's world number one, Wang Shixian ...




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