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  • PSIS collapses due to funding difficulties, abysmal performance

    Semarang-based soccer team PSIS declared itself in default Tuesday due to a lack of funding and meager performances on the pitch.
  • Indonesia desperate to add second trophy

    The Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) officially announce Tuesday its 35-member squad for the Sudirman Cup in Guangzhou, China.
  • Volleyball team optimistic to contribute two golds in SEA Games

    The national volleyball team is targeting two gold medals from the men’s group in the up-coming South East Asia (SEA) Games in Laos on December. 
  • Back at you

    Zhang Yining of China returns the ball against Liu Shiwen of China during a semifinal match of the women's singles in the World Table Tennis championships in Yokohama, Japan, Monday, May 4, 2009.
  • Final push

    Racers pass through a tea plantation in Solok, West Sumatra, in the final stage of the Tour de Singkarak on Monday. Tabriz Petrochemical team of Iran won the competition, followed by Doha Qatar and Budget Forklift from Australia.
  • Doubles offer redemption for past singles misfits

    Men's doubles end up giving redemption to some shuttlers who experienced unfulfilled singles careers.
  • Equally strong

  • KONI dumps athletes from training camp over cutback

    Following the government's decision last week not to fund the National Sports Council's (KONI) training of athletes competing in the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, some athletes at the training camps have been getting ready to go back to their sports associations.
  • Second stage

  • Newly introduced cup game `can improve concentration'

    In the era of video games that have children transfixed to their computer or cell phone screens, a relatively new game involving 12 plastic cups was unveiled to the public in Jakarta on Wednesday.
  • IBL teams vying for places in playoffs

    After a month-long break from the first round of games, the 2009 Indonesian Basketball League (IBL) resumes with the second round, which runs from May 6 to June 16.
  • IBL second round to kick off May

    After a month-long break from the first round of the 2009 Indonesian Basketball League (IBL), the second round will kick off on May 6 to June 16.
  • Indonesian shuttlers urged to be fired up

    The Indonesian badminton team may look a bit depleted from the departure of experienced players ahead of the Sudirman Cup championship, but veteran shuttler Chandra Wijaya believes the odds can be beaten on the court.
  • Kids dream of becoming famous footballers

    Despite the dismal state of Indonesian soccer, youngsters keep believing in their dreams of becoming the country's great footballers.
  • Cyclists from 15 countries compete at Tour de Singkarak

    Cycling teams from 15 countries are competing at 'Tour de Singkarak', an international sporting tourism event to promote tourism in West Sumatra this week.

  • Pac's practice

  • Who’s next?

    Carl Froch of England (right) walks to his corner after knocking out Jermain Taylor in the 12th round of a boxing WBC super middleweight title fight on Saturday (Sunday in Jakarta) in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
  • CI unveils U-19 team for ICC EAP Trophy

    JAKARTA: Cricket Indonesia unveiled on Friday the U-19 Indonesian National cricket team for the International Cricket Council East Asia-Pacific Trophy to be held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
  • Rory turns to Europe for Challenge Tour debut

    Rising Indonesian golf star Rory Hie is set to embark on his European trip with a debut in the Challenge Tour.
  • Senayan Cricket to face WISCI in semis

    JAKARTA: Defending champion Senayan Cricket Club will meet WISCI in the semifinals of the 2008-2009 league at the Ceylon Cricket Ground in Cibubur, East Jakarta, on Sunday.

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