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Sports

  • Lombok international triathlon returns

    JAKARTA: Senggigi will host the Lombok International Triathlon for the second year Sunday as a one-day event that also promotes local tourism.
  • TNI chief Djoko closer to PBSI post

    National Military (TNI) chief Gen. Djoko Santoso is reported to have agreed to run for the chairmanship of the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI), after attending a meeting with the association's board members Wednesday.
  • CHAMPION LEAGUE GROUP E

    Manchester United's Ryan Giggs, right, celebrates with teammates Darren Fletcher (left) and Dimitar Berbatov aftre scoring a late equaliser against Celtic during their Champions League Group E soccer match at Celtic Park Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland on Wednesday.
  • PSSI execs reported to police over fraud

    Three companies that provided services for the 2008 Pertamina Independence Cup soccer tournament in August have reported an Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) executive to the Jakarta Police for nonpayment of bills.
  • Swimming tourney to scout talents

    JAKARTA: At least 68 of the countries top swimmers will compete in the Speedo Indonesia Open Swimming Championship 2008 at Bung Karno swimming stadium in Senayan, Central Jakarta from Thursday to Sunday.
  • Indonesia rugby gets promotion

    JAKARTA: Indonesian rugby has been promoted to play in the higher a5n Division 3 Championship, the Indonesian Rugby Football Union said Monday.
  • Singapore Spirits grab Jakarta cricket title

    Spirits Cricket Club of Singapore ended their eight-year title drought by winning the 2008 India Cements Jakarta International Cricket Sixes here Sunday.
  • THE YOUNGEST F1 WORLD CHAMPION

    McLaren-Mercedes' Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, celebrates after he secured the 2008 Formula One world drivers' championship by finishing fifth in the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix at the Interlagos race track in Sao Paulo on Sunday.
  • Spore's Spirits snatches 1st Jakarta cricket title

  • Sorenstam wins Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open