• Armstrong looks to race more after average Murcia

    Lance Armstrong is likely to add an extra race to his Tour de France preparations following an average performance at the Vuelta de Murcia. 

  • Manchester United beats Wolves, goes top of Premier League

    Manchester United went top of the Premier League by winning 1-0 at Wolves and cash-strapped Portsmouth beat Birmingham 2-0 to reach the FA Cup semifinals on Saturday.

  • Real Madrid goes top after Barcelona held to draw

    An injury-time winner by Rafael Van der Vaart gave Real Madrid a 3-2 win against Sevilla and the lead in the Spanish league on Saturday after 10-man Barcelona drew 2-2 with Almeria.

  • AC Milan draws 0-0 with AS Roma

    AC Milan drew 0-0 away to AS Roma and missed the chance to reduce Inter Milan's lead at the top of the Serie A on Saturday.

  • Indonesia advances in Davis Cup qualification

    Christopher Rungkat and Nesa Arta assured Indonesia of an unassailable 3-0 lead over Malaysia in their Davis Cup Asia Oceania group II match in Kuala Lumpur, following their 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 7-6(8-6) over Adam Jaya and Si Yew Ming on Saturday.

  • World No. 3 men's duo ready to break All England jinx

    Although Hendra Setiawan is not fully physically fit after a recent bout of dengue fever, he and Markis Kido, the world number three men's pairing, are ready to break their jinx at the upcoming All England Open Super Series.
  • Triyaningsih has better chance for gold in marathon

    Top long-distance runner Triya-ningsih, who kicked off her year with a sterling victory in last week’s Hong Kong Marathon race, is setting her sights on winning a marathon
    gold medal at the upcoming 2010 Asian Games, according to her long-time coach.

  • Tae Kwon do eyeing six Spots for Youth Olympics

    JAKARTA: Indonesia's six junior tae Kwon do athletes are compe-ting for a spot in the contingent heading for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games' qualification tournament in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
  • All England squad, where the old and young gather

    Despite the majority presence of familiar faces, some refreshing elements jazz up the country’s All England male squad this year, as two newly selected residents of the national training camp join in.

  • Australia beats RI to advance to 2011 Asian Cup finals

    Having already no chance of qualifying, Indonesia failed to save face or prevent Australia from advancing to the 2011 AFC Asian Cup finals following a 1-0 on Wednesday’s Group B qualifier match at the half-emptied Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

  • Indonesia winless at Asia Cup qualification

    Non-qualifier Indonesia finished its Asia Cup group stage without a win after losing its last match against Australia at Brisbane’s Suncorp stadium on Wednesday.

  • FIFA, AFC to be invited to congress

    JAKARTA: The steering committee for the upcoming national soccer congress in Malang, East Java, plans to invite the representatives of world's soccer authority bodies, FIFA and AFC, to the March 30-31 event.
  • RI team confident to add winning record over Malaysia

    Despite a rather minimal preparation, the Indonesian Davis Cup team is loaded with confidence in the lead up to their first round matches against Malaysia in the  Asia/Oceania Group II qualifier in Kuala Lumpur on March 5-7.

  • Source: Woods back from family counseling

    Tiger Woods is back at home after a week of family counseling in Arizona and is trying to get into a routine that includes golf and fitness, a person with knowledge of his schedule said on Tuesday.

  • Soccer congress to draft plea to FIFA and AFC

    As it prepares to host the upcoming soccer congress, the Indonesian Journalists Association (PWI) says it will draft a list of recommendations for the government and the Asian and world soccer authorities, FIFA and the AFC, including on getting Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) head Nurdin Halid to quit.

  • Neville suggests end of Man United career is near

    Manchester United captain Gary Neville has indicated that his career with the English champions could be over at the end of the season, almost 18 years after making his first-team debut.

  • RI team must content as runner-up in Asia Zone qualifier

    Having already secured a place in the May 9-16 Thomas Cup and Uber Cup Finals in Kuala Lumpur, the Indonesian Uber Cup badminton squad failed to capitalize on the triumph, coming runner-up in the Asia Zone preliminaries in Thailand on Sunday.

  • Rising star is set to shine brighter this year

    After a rather mediocre year in 2009, Irene Kharisma Sukandar has her heart and mind set on improving her international standing in three prestigious events this year.

  • Inter Milan wins 3-2 at Udinese in Serie A

    Inter Milan scored three first half goals to beat Udinese 3-2 away on Sunday and maintain its four point lead at the top of Serie A.

  • Tottenham beats Everton 2-1 to stay fourth

    Roman Pavlyuchenko and Luka Modric fired Tottenham to a 2-1 victory over Everton on Sunday to keep Spurs in fourth place in the Premier League.

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