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2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Gold Medal

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Bronze Medal

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Semi-final

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Scotland vs. Canada

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: USA vs China

In Pool Play, winning 8-4, China increases their chances to get into the play-offs, improving to 5-4. Meanwhile Team USA is all but knocked out with a record of 2-6.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: China vs. USA

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Canada vs. USA

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 IRB Rugby Sevens World Series : Hong Kong, China: Day 3 (Mobile)

For the second year running, Hong Kong will welcome a record 28 teams to the Sevens. This year’s Sevens will play host to the HSBC Sevens World Series (HSBC SWS) competition amongst the 15 core teams on the Series and Asia’s third-ranked side Sri Lanka, and a simultaneous 12-team international qualifier competition, the winner of which will be promoted to the HSBC SWS in 2014/2015.

2014 IRB Rugby Sevens World Series : Hong Kong, China: Day 3

For the second year running, Hong Kong will welcome a record 28 teams to the Sevens. This year’s Sevens will play host to the HSBC Sevens World Series (HSBC SWS) competition amongst the 15 core teams on the Series and Asia’s third-ranked side Sri Lanka, and a simultaneous 12-team international qualifier competition, the winner of which will be promoted to the HSBC SWS in 2014/2015.

2013 Freestyle Skiing World Cup: Beida Lake, China: AE

FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup brings together the world’s best freestyle skiers, in the world’s best resorts, week after week.

2013 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Trophy: Mexico City: China defends title

With 3 days of competition in the books, it was China who won the overall competition with a total score of 379.840. China finished in 1st place in the Free Combination event with a score of 96.667 to secure the overall victory.

2013 Cup of China: Winners

Ice dancers Nathalie Pechalat, Fabian Bourzat (FRA), Women’s Anna Pogorilaya (RUS), Men’s Han Yan (CHN) and Pairs Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy (GER) have all won gold.

2013 Cup of China: Savchenko and Szolkowy win Pairs

Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy (GER) outscore Qing Pang and Jian Tong (CHN) in the Free Skate to win by 6.83 points. Americans Alexa Scimeca and Chris Knierim finish 5th, 25.47 off the podium.

2013 Cup of China: Han Yan wins

With another personal best Han Yan (CHN) wins his first Grand Prix by 6.97 over Maxim Kovtun (RUS). American Richard Dornbush finished 5th, 8.35 off the podium.

2013 Cup of China: Anna Pogorilaya wins

Capitalizing on mistakes made by her teammate, Adelina Sotnikova (RUS), Anna Pogorilaya (RUS) wins the first Grand Prix she competes in by 3.92 points. American Agnes Zawadzki finishes 7th.

2013 Cup of China: Pechalat and Bourzat win Ice Dance

Nathalie Pechalat, Fabian Bourzat (FRA) win there 3rd Cup of China out scoring Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev (RUS) in the free dance to win by 2.26. Americans Madison Chock and Evan Bates win Bronze, 15.15 back.

2013 Cup of China: Short Program leaders

After the short program on day one, ice dancers Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev (RUS), Women’s Adelina Sotnikova (RUS), Men’s Han Yan (CHN) and Pairs Qing Pang and Jian Tong (CHN) have the lead.

2013 Cup of China: Pang and Tong Short Program

Qing Pang and Jian Tong (CHN) hope to win their 4th Cup of China (2007, 2010, 2012), currently leading after the short program by 1.31 points. Americans Alexa Scimeca and Chris Knierim are 4th, 12.39 points back.

2013 Cup of China: Han Yan Short Program

With a big personal best of 90.14, Han Yan (CHN) leads after the short program by 8.3 points. American Richard Dornbush is 6th, 17.56 back.

2013 Cup of China: Adelina Sotnikova Short Program

As she did in the European Championships, Adelina Sotnikova (RUS) leads Carolina Kostner (ITA) after the short program by 3.28 points. American Agnes Zawadzki is 7th, 12.3 back.

2013 Cup of China: Bobrova and Soloviev Short Dance

Current European champs, Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev (RUS), lead by 3.10 points after the short dance, as Americans Madison Chock and Evan Bates fell 8.93 points back in 3rd.

2013 ISU Grand Prix Of Figure Skating: Cup Of China: Ice Dance Short, Ladies Short, Men’s Short, Pairs Short

The 2013 Cup of China will be a Grand Prix competition in the 2013–2014 season. It is the third event of six in the 2013–2014 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating, a senior-level international invitational competition series.

2013 FIVB World Indoor Volleyball Grand Prix: China v. Brazil

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FIVB World Indoor Volleyball Grand Prix: Japan v. China

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix: Finals: Top Scores USA vs China

Check out these top 5 plays as team USA looked to beat an undefeated China on Day 3 of the finals.

2013 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix: Finals: USA vs China

In the Finals week, an undefeated China swept the USA 3-0 with set scores of 25-20, 25-23, and 25-17. USA led in both the 2nd and 3rd set before ultimately losing both matches, finishing with a record of 0-3.

2013 FIVB World Indoor Volleyball Grand Prix: China v. USA

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FIVB World Indoor Volleyball Grand Prix: Italy v. China

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FIVB World Indoor Volleyball Grand Prix: Serbia v. China

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FIVB World Indoor Volleyball Grand Prix: China vs. Poland

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix: China vs. Cuba

In 2013, the FIVB World Grand Prix will return to Japan for the first time in four years, which should please Olympic champions Brazil, who have won the tournament the last three times (2005, 2008, 2009) it has been played there.

2013 FINA World Championship: Men’s Synchro Springboard Synchro: China wins

Two time Olympic champ Qin Kai is now a four time World champ. His new partner, He Chong, gets his second Synchro world title, winning by 20.85 points

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Platform Synchro: China wins

Two time Olympic champ, and now four time World champ, Chen Ruolin gets the win with her new partner Liu Huixia by 24.87 points.

2013 FINA World Championship: Synchronized Swimming Duet Tech: China 2nd

Twin sisters Jian Tingting and Jian Wenwen claim Silver, 2.40 points behind the Russian duet. In 2011 they won silver in the duet free.

2013 FINA World Championship: Women’s Diving Springboard Synchro: China wins

Three time Olympic champ Wu Minxi, with her new partner Shi Tingmao, wins her 6th Springboard Synchro championship by 30.60 points.

2013 Beach Volleyball World Championship: Gold: China vs Germany

In a nail biter final set Xue Chen and Xi Zhang (CHN) defeat Karla Borger and Britta Buthe (GER) 18-21, 21-17, 21-19 to win their first World Championship title (they won Bronze in 2011).

2013 Women’s World League: Beijing: China wins gold

China lead from the start and never looked back, defeating Russia 7-8. China held off the former 2008 champs, Russia, in the 4th quarter, earning their first ever Women’s World League gold medal.

2013 Women’s World League: Beijing: Team USA loses to China in Semifinal

Team USA was defeated by China in the Semifinal match with a final score of 9-7. TeamUSA was down throughout the game, until rallying during the 4th quarter. USA would ultimately go on to lose the game after China’s final scores.

2013 World Women’s Curling Championships: Canada vs. China, Canada vs. Japan

This event is also a qualifying event for the 2014 Winter Olympics, awarding points to countries based on performance at the worlds.

2013 Speed Skating Short Track World Championships: Women’s 3000m Relay: Team China wins in controversial finish

Team China won the race after a skater collided with one of team Korea, sending them to the ground with only 3 laps left to go. Chinese team member Wang Meng won the overall WC.

Trio of Fourth Place Finishes at Cup of China

Courtesy of usfsa.org Team USA sent three entries to 2012 Cup of China, the third ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating event of the season, and each of them earned a fourth place finish in Shanghai this weekend. In the ladies event, Mirai Nagasu, who opened her season with a third-place finish at Finlandia Trophy, […]

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Kiira Korpi takes 3rd

After the free skate, Kiira Korpi (FIN) moved up to third place with 169.86 points.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Stolbova and Klimov in 3rd

Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov (RUS) get their first Grand Prix podium, moving up to third place after the free skate.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Kavaguti and Smirnov take 2nd

Last year’s winners Yuko Kavaguti and Alexander Smirnov (RUS) settle for second this time around, 5.29 points behind first.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Pang and Tong win

Two-time World Champions Qing Pang and Jian Tong (CHN) win their 8th Grand Prix title and third Cup of China.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Tatsuki Machida wins

Tatsuki Machida (JPN) secures the win by 5.17 points, and in combination with his third place finish in Skate America, will now be headed to the Grand Prix Finals.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Voronov 3rd

Sergei Voronov (RUS) picks up his second 3rd place finish at the Cup of China with a score of 217.61 points.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Takahashi slips to 2nd

2010 World Champion Daisuke Takahashi (JPN) comes up 5.17 points short to fellow countryman Tatsuki Machida, taking second place.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Adam Rippon 4th

After his warm-up crash with Nan Song (CHN), Adam Rippon (USA) takes 4th place, landing 12.13 points off the podium.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Rippon crashes with Song

After a crash with Adam Rippon during their warm-up before the free skate, Nan Song (CHN) was forced to withdraw from the competition.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Mao Asada wins

2010 World Champion Mao Asada (JPN) takes the win by 3.84 points, with a total score of 181.76.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Lipnitskaia takes 2nd

14-year-old Julia Lipnitskaia (RUS) lost her slight advantage, finishing in second place with 177.92 points.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Mirai Nagasu slips to 4th

Mirai Nagasu (USA) falls off the podium by 6.4 points, finishing 4th after the free skate.

2012 ISU Grand Prix: Cup of China: Pechalat and Bourzat win

The reigning European Champions, Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat (FRA), win their second Cup of China by 10.27 points.

 
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