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Sports

  • 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.
  • Andy/Koko victorious in volleyball tournament

    Hand claps and happy chants helped send Indonesian top-tier team Andy Ardiansyah and Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro to victory in the fourth series of the Asia Pacific Beach Volleyball tournament.
  • RI optimistic about all-Indonesian men's final

    Indonesia is hoping for an all-Indonesian final in the men's division after two of its teams progressed to the semifinals of the pinnacle series of the Asia Pacific Beach Volleyball Championship, in Parai Beach, Bangka Island, on Monday.
  • Nadal wins 5th straight Monte Carlo Masters title

  • Vettel takes Chinese GP for Red Bull's first win

  • PSSI incumbant chairman looks likely to keep post

    The national congress of the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI), which opens Sunday, is to ratify the revised statutes, but prospects for improvement still look bleak, with the PSSI chairmanship under scrutiny.
  • Rose Blooms: Bulls beat Celtics 105-103 in OT

  • Delayed Games allows athletes time to buff up

    Indonesian coaches have seized on the postponement of the inaugural Asian Martial Arts Games as a great chance to further hone skills, saying it would allow more time for athletes to undergo fight tryouts.
  • United to visit Jakarta earlier than expected

    Manchester United fans in the country will be screaming hysterically sooner than they thought, with the Red Devils looking to set foot in the capital almost a week earlier than planned.
  • Koko/Andy take second win in Asia Pacific series

    JAKARTA: Koko Prasetyo Darkuncoro and Andy Ardiansyah of Indonesia ruled again in the third series on Thursday for their second win in the Asia Pacific beach volleyball tournament.
  • Chandra looks to develop men's doubles

    While looking ahead to retirement, veteran shuttler Chandra Wijaya is helping badminton thrive by holding a unique competition.
  • Exhibition of shooting sport in Kemayoran

    JAKARTA: The first ever exhibition of shooting sports will be held from April 30 to May 3.
  • South Korea reports Bin Hammam to soccer ethics committee

  • Just short: Campbell finishes second again in Augusta

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