• ANZ Jakarta Bintangs set for AFL c'ships

    Jakarta's only Australian Rules Football (AFL) team, the ANZ Bintangs, will be representing the city on Saturday at the 9th annual AFL Asian Championships in Singapore.
  • Such a racket! Stars, teens pound away at U.S. Open

  • Federer reaches 18th major semifinal in a row

  • PSSI lacks sportsmanship, says observer

    A locker room brawl which reportedly occurred during an Indonesian-Libya soccer game, exposed a lack of management and sportsmanship by Indonesian Soccer Association officials, soccer observer Isfahani says.
  • Hantuchova, Schiavone relish Bali challenge

    Slovakian Daniela Hantuchova and Italian Francesca Schiavone both expressed excitement about returning to the Commonwealth Bank Tennis Classic that starts Sunday at the Grand Hyatt in Nusa Dua, Bali.

    Brazil's wheelchair basketball team members fight for the ball during their training inside the National Indoor Stadium ahead of the Paralympic Games in Beijing Wednesday.
  • Federer holds on to avoid major upset at U.S. Open

    His strokes awry, his emotions laid bare for all to see, Roger Federer figured out a way to stay in the U.S. Open on Tuesday, rallying to beat 23rd-seeded Igor Andreev of Russia 6-7 (5), 7-6 (5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 to reach the quarterfinals at the year's last Grand Slam.
  • 41 confirmed for Asian Beach Games

    The inaugural Asian Beach Games to be held in Bali are less than two months away, with at least 3,300 athletes from 41 countries confirming their participation, organizers say.
  • RI, Libya point at each other on soccer game sideline assault

    Both the Indonesian and Libyan national soccer teams plan to file reports against each other following an alleged assault that occured during the 2008 Independence Cup international tournament last week.

    An unidentified woman stumbles as hundreds jostle for line honors in stiletto sprint world record attempt at Overseas passenger terminal in Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, Tuesday.