• From the PGA tour: Spieth signs off 2015 in spectacular Fedex Cup finale

    The conclusion of the tour championship once again punctuates the singular dominance of 22-year-old American Jordan Spieth in the 2014-2015 PGA Tour season. His four stroke victory at nine under par in the tour championship over Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose and Danny Lee spoke little of his mastery of East Lake Golf Club (par 70) in truly harsh conditions.

  • Putting it briefly: Noriji in second spot at Telomoyo Cup

    Japanese Chisato Noriji put in a surprise performance at the 2015 Telomoyo Cup international hang gliding competition in Semarang, Central Java, ending the second day of competition in second place in the Race to Goal event on Tuesday.

  • Indonesia eyes more berths for Rio Olympics

    Della Destiara Haris is back with former partner Rosyita Eka Putri Sari as the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) is looking to enhance the nation’s qualifying chances for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

  • FIFA bans Blatter ally Warner for life over repeated bribery

    Four years after stepping down in disgrace, former FIFA vice president Jack Warner was banned from soccer for life on Tuesday, accused of repeated acts of bribery related to World Cup bidding votes.

  • Chelsea's struggles continue, Arsenal loses again in Europe

    Jose Mourinho's season took another turn for the worse on a night of surprises in the Champions League.

  • Sepp Blatter tells FIFA staff he has done nothing illegal

    Sepp Blatter told his staff he has done "nothing illegal or improper" and has no immediate plans to step down, the FIFA president's legal team said Monday.

  • WISCI, India XI book wins in Division 1

    The TATA Motors JCA League games this weekend saw current cup holder KLN WISCI open its account on the points table while WPP India XI consolidated its position in Division 1.

  • PSM loses semifinal spot

    PSM Makassar lost a semifinal berth in the President’s Cup in an away goal difference despite winning 2-1 against Mitra Kukar in their second quarterfinal leg at Andi Mattalatta Stadium in Makassar, South Sulawesi, on Saturday.

  • Messi injured in Barcelona's win, Madrid draws in Spain

    Lionel Messi tore a ligament in his left knee near the start of Barcelona's costly 2-1 win over Las Palmas that lifted the defending Spanish league champions above Real Madrid after the title hopeful drew on Saturday.

  • Five countries participate in Telomoyo Cup in Semarang

    Forty-nine hang gliders from five countries will take part in the 2015 Telomoyo Cup international championships in Semarang, Central Java, from Sept. 27 to Oct. 4.

  • Swiss police open criminal case against FIFA head Blatter

    FIFA President Sepp Blatter was placed under criminal investigation by Swiss authorities on Friday as a probe into soccer corruption reached the highest levels and left his grip on the top job in peril.

  • Golf's future in good hands with a new Big 3 (or 4)

    As Tiger Woods recovers from another operation on his increasingly creaky body, the Tour Championships goes on without him at soggy East Lake.

  • Brazil court freezes almost $50 million in Neymar assets

    A Brazilian court has frozen assets of Barcelona star Neymar, his family and related businesses valued at 188.8 million Brazilian reals ($48 million).

  • Soccer Friday: 80-cap Socceroo Wilkshire open to Asian offers

    He has more international caps than Harry Kewell and Mark Viduka, and three years ago was officially listed as Australia’s highest-paid soccer player. Yet the career of ex-Dynamo Moscow full back Luke Wilkshire hangs in a frustrating limbo after parting ways with Dutch club Feyenoord last month.

  • Sentul race track seeks to host MotoGP

    Sentul International Circuit in Bogor, West Java, is aiming to secure a spot on the 2017 MotoGP series calendar and will thus undergo a renovation to attain the top-grade status required to host the event.

  • Wins for TKCC Royals, Mavcrics and Fez Rebels in JCA League

    The TATA Motors JCA League on Sunday produced yet another interesting set of games, which saw defending champion WISCI trounced by TKCC Royals, host Indorama defeated by Mavcrics and an all Indonesian Chairos Tigers going down to Fez Rebels but not without a spirited performance.

  • Singaporean jailed 4 years for soccer match-fixing

    A supervisor at a construction company with a match-fixing history was on Monday sentenced to four years in jail for bribing a foreign coach and players in Singapore an attempt to rig a preliminary Southeast Asian Games soccer match.

  • Putting it briefly: Indonesia’s sights set on two titles

    Indonesia has the chance to win two titles after Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir and Greysia Polii/Nitya Krishinda Maheswari managed to advance to the final of the Korea Open badminton championship on Saturday.

  • Ferrari's Vettel takes pole position for Singapore GP

    Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel topped qualifying at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday, preventing Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team from equaling the all-time record streaks for pole position.

  • Cost-cutting moves meet opposition from F1 teams

    Proposals to introduce a cost cap on supply of engines and a ban on wind tunnels have run into opposition from Formula One teams.