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Shin aiming for years 1st win at 2nd major
The 10-month-long LPGA season is almost at the half-way stage and the second major of the season, the Wegmans LPGA Championship, began early Firday morning (KST).
Olympic squad ready for away leg against Jordan
South Korea’s under-23 team will play the away leg of the Asian Olympic qualifier against Jordan at the Amman International Stadium at midnight Thursday, Korean time. The young Taegeuk Warriors managed by Hong Myung-bo are in a strong position after beating Jordan 3-1 in the home leg on Sunday. The winner will advance to the final qualifying round for the London 2012 Olympi...
Park Tae-hwan to swim 100m freestyle at worlds
South Korean swimming star Park Tae-hwan will compete in the 100-meter freestyle at the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships, according to the SK Sports Marketing team, one of Park’s sponsors.
S. Korea beats Jordan 3-1 in 2nd round Olympic qualifying match
South Korea’s Olympic team beat Jordan 3-1 in the first-leg of its second round preliminary qualifying match for the 2012 Olympics, Sunday.
Ryu sets milesstone of 1,000 striketous
Korean lefty ace Ryu Hyun-jin became the youngest pitcher in Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) history to throw 1,000 strikeouts Sunday, completing the feat in the fewest games. The Hanwha Eagles ace starter passed the milestone completing a 2-1 win over the Doosan Bears which included eight strikeouts in Daejeon.
Seo, Yang win U-21 table tennis title at China Open
Young Korean table tennis players Seo Hyun-deok and Yang Ha-eun were both crowned champions in their respective under-21 singles events, in the China Open on the ITTF Pro Tour, Saturday.
Struggling Lee hits 2nd homer of season in NPB
Korean slugger Lee Seung-yeop of the Orix Buffaloes had four hits including his second home run of the season in a 4-0 win, Saturday.
Park wins 3 gold medals in US Grand Prix
Korea’s swimming icon Park Tae-hwan grabbed three gold medals including a victory over Michael Phelps in the 100 meters.
Choi named as dark horse for US Open
The Washington Post picked Korean golfer Choi Kyoung-ju as one of five dark horses for the 2011 U.S. Open at the Congressional Country Club.
Korea wins East Asia Championship
The South Korea basketball team defended the East Asia Basketball Championship title beating Japan in Nanjing, China, Thursday.
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