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  • Indonesian rider Adrian eyes fast-track success

    Ali Adrian Rusmiputro is about to reach one of the highest pinnacles of his career — he is set to compete in the Moto 2 European Championships event of the 2015 FIM CEV Spanish Motorbike Championships.

  • FIFA will not reopen 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes

    FIFA will not reopen the vote for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, and will publish at least some of the confidential report into the bidding process, President Sepp Blatter said Friday.

  • Australian Open goes back to The Australian course

    American Jordan Spieth will have an opportunity to defend his Australian Open title next year on the same course he won the tournament on three weeks ago.

  • Soccer Friday: The homegrown coach who put pride back in the Malaysia shirt

    Dollah Salleh has a chance to earn Southeast Asian soccer immortality if he can turn around Malaysia’s 2-0 deficit against Thailand in the second leg of the AFF final in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. As his predecessor will tell you, lifting the Suzuki Cup can change your life.

  • RI archery team emerges as overall winner

    Indonesia’s archery team emerged as the overall champion of the 17th ASEAN University Games (AUG) after snatching five out of 10 gold medals in the discipline during the 11-day multi-sport event in Palembang, South Sumatra.

  • CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters returns in April

    The fifth CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters will be held on April 23-26, 2015 at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club, East Jakarta, the organizers announced on Thursday.

  • Ali Adrian to represent RI at 2015 Moto2 European Championship

    Rider Ali Adrian will represent Indonesia at the Moto2 European Championship event, part of the 2015 FIM CEV Spanish Road Racing Championship, riding a 650cc bike.

  • Indian boxer banned 1 year for refusing medal

    The Indian female boxer who refused to accept her bronze medal at the Asian Games was banned for one year.

  • Ali Adrian to represent RI at 2015 Moto2 European C'ship

    Rider Ali Adrian will represent Indonesia at the Moto2 European Championship event, part of the 2015 FIM CEV Spanish Road Racing Championship, riding a 650cc bike.

  • Silat bags 1 gold, athletics 2

    Indonesia’s women’s pencak silat (traditional martial art) team won one gold medal at the 17th ASEAN University Games (AUG) in Palembang, South Sumatra, on Tuesday.

  • Barcelona routs Huesca 8-1, advances 12-1 in Copa

    Pedro Rodriguez netted a first-half hat trick as Barcelona crushed third-tier Huesca 8-1 in the Copa del Rey, while Valencia joined the Catalans in the round of 16 after an eight-goal thriller with Rayo Vallecano on Tuesday.

  • Qatar: Small country the big new player in sport

    Leaders of Qatar seem to have a simple formula for their plans over the next decade: money + sports = global fame.

  • FIFA dismisses Garcia's appeal of World Cup probe

    The status of Russia and Qatar as World Cup hosts seemed even more secure Tuesday after FIFA dismissed ethics prosecutor Michael Garcia's appeal against the handling of his investigation into the bidding process.

  • On target

    Indonesia’s Yoke Rizal (left) and Dellie display their gold medals after winning in the Compound Mixed Archery final against Singapore at the 2014 ASEAN University Games at Jakabaring Sport City in Palembang on Tuesday.(Antara)

  • WPP, Barbarians, Tigers and TKCC win

    WPP-India XI, Jakarta Barbarians, Senayan Tigers and TKCC all posted comfortable victories to end the year on a high in the Apple Coal JCA League 2014-15.

  • Daud Yordan to face Pontillas on Dec. 20

    Indonesian boxer Daud Yordan will return to the ring after a year-long hiatus, facing Ronald Pontillas of the Philippines at Pangsuma Sport Hall in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, on Dec. 20.

  • Man United beats rival Liverpool, PSG loses

    Manchester United's resurgence continued in the English Premier League as the Red Devils beat archrival Liverpool for a sixth consecutive league win on Sunday, while Juventus has its lead cut to one point in Serie A.

  • Barcelona held 0-0 at Getafe, trails Madrid by 4

    Barcelona slipped further behind Real Madrid in the Spanish league title race after being held to 0-0 at Getafe on Saturday.

  • Pietilae-Holmner leads in slalom race

    Swedish skier Maria Pietilae-Holmner set the fastest time Saturday in the first run of a World Cup slalom race ahead of overall leader Tina Maze.

     

  • Karate team fails to win gold

    The Indonesian karate team failed to add gold to their tally after the kumite teams lost to Malaysia and Thailand in the finals on Saturday at the 17th ASEAN University Games (AUG) in Palembang, South Sumatra.

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