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Liu Xiang debuts on Day 11 gold bonanza

Liu Xiang debuts on Day 11 gold bonanza

We are still 24-hours away from the men's 110m hurdles final, but all eyes will be on Liu Xiang on Tuesday as he competes in heat six of the first round of a chance to reclaim his gold glory and put the nightmares of 2008 behind him.

'King of rings' ends Olympic career in disputed scoring

China's Chen Yibing, nicknamed "king of rings" failed to wrap up his career Sunday with an Olympic gold on his specialty, but a silver from disputed scoring is shining the gold light.
Britain beats China for its first Olympic basketball win

Britain beats China for its first Olympic basketball win

This is a match between world's 10th and 43rd ranked. And the 43rd ranked thrashed its opponent. This is a match between a team that hasn't missed the Olympics since 1984 and a team only played once in 1948. And the latter one created history.

Lord of rings bows out with silver

China's gymnastics captain Chen Yibing kissed his silver medal and beamed at the crowd but admitted to feeling short-changed by the judges when he was pipped by Brazil's Arthur Zanetti for the rings gold in his final Olympic Games yesterday.

Chinese swimmers get hero's welcome at Beijing

Chinese swimming team, who won five gold medals at the London Olympic Games, received a hero's welcome as they arrived at the Beijing airport Monday afternoon.

Liu looks to put Beijing pain behind him

Chinese athletics icon Liu Xiang is determined to erase memories of his traumatic experience at the Beijing Games and regain his 110 metres hurdles Olympic title in London.

Xu defies penalty for sailing gold

Xu Lijia claimed another gold medal for China with victory in the Laser Radial Sailing class.

Lin Dan: Until the end of the world

He threw away the racket, dashing out of the court and shouting. Time seemed to be frozen, while the overjoyed Lin Dan rushed on and on, until the end of the world.

China's clean sweep after match-fixing scandal

In the Wembley Arena in London, China's shuttlers for the first time raked in all the five Olympic gold medals. But their victory seemed to be overshadowed by the match-fixing scandal that rocked the nation.
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USA 46 29 29 104
China 38 27 23 88
Great Britain 29 17 19 65


24 25 33 82
South Korea 13 8 7 28

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