The Great British stiff upper lip is no more. It has been eroding for the last 15 years - a crumbling effect that started with the first signs of emotions in public among the great, the good and...
Britain finally arrived at its own Olympics on Thursday, winning a clutch of golds and silvers to propel them into the medal table top five.
Curiouser and curiouser becomes the tale of Chinese swimming sensation Ye Shiwen, a story of a prodigy who has stunned and divided the world of sports.
There are two fan zones on Kiev's grand main street. One is a tented community decorated with protest banners demanding the release of jailed politician Yuliya Tymoshenko.
The trip meter in my Land Rover was reset 17 days ago in Hampshire, England, and ticked on to 3,000 miles - 4,860km - as I pulled into Kharkiv, located between the Ukrainian capital Kiev and...
China's under-19 national coach has been suspended after players mutinied, accusing the unpopular Fan Bin of dishing out beatings and verbal abuse as part of his harsh training regime.
Enough articles, blogs and books have been written describing Beijing's rapid modernisation to paper over the Great Wall end to end.
China's hot-headed football fans are being sent back to the classroom to learn how to behave during the Olympic tournament.
A British newspaper has blamed an editing error for the inclusion of the International Olympic Committee chief's name in a letter urging China to intervene in Sudan's Darfur crisis.
US sprinter Maurice Greene yesterday announced he was hanging up his spikes after an illustrious track career to concentrate on coaching and music.
The former Olympic and world...
Beijing 2008 organisers Bocog are expected to announce the resale of 1.6 million tickets to mainlanders today following last month's computer crash.
The world's sporting media pleaded with organisers of the 2008 Beijing Olympics to guarantee press freedom and sweep away the red tape ahead of next year's games.