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Sports

  • Cash problem forces KONI to send small contingent

    Financial constraints have prompted the National Sports Council (KONI) to review its plan to send athletes to the 25th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Vientiane, Laos, in December.
  • No La Liga matches on local TV screens

    The Spanish League has become arguably Europe's most intriguing, after FC Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League and Real Madrid signed on several big names, including a world record transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo.
  • RCTI stops broadcasting La Liga matches

    The Spanish League has become arguably Europe’s most intriguing, after FC Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League and Real Madrid signed on several big names, including a world record transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo.

  • Indonesia joins rivals, attends classes for World Cup bidding teams

    Indonesia and 10 other bid teams hoping to win hosting rights for the 2018 or 2022 World Cup will sit together in the same room at FIFA headquarters on Wednesday.

  • Chris John to begin training with sparring partner in LA

    World Boxing Association featherweight champion Chris John of Indonesia begins his training in Los Angeles with a local sparring partner this week, as part of his preparation to contest a rematch against Rocky Juarez of the U.S next month.

  • Messi leads Barcelona to Spanish Supercup win

    Lionel Messi scored two second half goals Sunday as Barcelona beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0 to lift the Spanish Supercup.

  • Chelsea, Spurs win away to stay next and neck

    Tottenham and Chelsea stayed neck and neck at the top of the Premier League with away victories on Sunday while promoted Burnley followed up its victory over Manchester United with a 1-0 triumph over Everton.

  • Inter Milan held 1-1 by Bari

    Champion Inter Milan was held to a 1-1 draw at home by newly promoted Bari in its first match of the new season on Sunday.

  • Rubens Barrichello wins F1's European Grand Prix

    Brawn GP's Rubens Barrichello won the European Grand Prix on Sunday to claim his first Formula One victory in five years.

  • Federer ends 4-match losing streak to Murray

    Roger Federer ended a four-match losing streak to new world No 2 Andy Murray by 6-2, 7-6 (8) in the Western and Southern Financial Group Masters semifinals on Saturday.

  • Dementieva, Sharapova in all-Russian Toronto final

    Elena Dementieva reached the Rogers Cup final with a 7-6 (2), 6-1 win over Serena Williams on Saturday.

  • Hamilton leads McLaren 1-2 European GP qualifying

    Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the European Grand Prix on Saturday to lead a McLaren 1-2 in qualifying.

  • Lyon maintains form with 3-0 win at Auxerre

    Lyon's clinical 3-0 win at Auxerre in the French league on Saturday showed early promise that Claude Puel's side can challenge for the title despite selling star striker Karim Benzema to Real Madrid.

  • Man United recovers with 5-0 win at Wigan

    Manchester United recovered from its shock midweek defeat with a 5-0 Premier League win at Wigan, while Arsenal continued its strong start to the season by beating visiting Portsmouth 4-1.

  • Indonesia secures only one slot in Macau badminton final

    The mixed doubles team of Hendra Aprida Gunawan and Vita Marissa will be the only players left to save Indonesia’s blushes in the US$120,000 Grand Prix Gold Macau Open badminton championship.

  • Hamilton leads McLaren 1-2 European GP qualifying

    Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the European Grand Prix on Saturday to lead a McLaren 1-2 in qualifying.

  • D-day

    England’s Jonathan Trott is run out by Australia’s Simon Katich during the fifth Test Match at the Oval, London, on Thursday.

  • Murray wins 53-shot rally, reaches Cincy semis

    Andy Murray was a set and 2-0 down before winning a 53-shot rally and beating Julien Benneteau of France 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 in the Western and Southern Financial Group Masters quarterfinals.

  • UEFA, clubs to share euro 1 billion from Champs League

    The world's most lucrative club football competition, the European Champions League, will earn clubs and organizer UEFA a record euro 1.09 billion (US$1.55 billion) in marketing and television revenues this season.

  • Russia gets third walking gold at worlds

    Just like the Jamaicans in the sprints, the Russians are perfect in the walking events at the world championships.

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