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PyeongChang to submit bid file to IOC
The PyeongChang Winter Games Bid Committee has completed a bid file to be submitted to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for the 2018 Winter Games. PyeongChang answered 261 questions from the IOC in the document where it emphasizes its appropriateness as the host city given the need to spread winter sports in Asia.
Choo asks MLB for salary arbitration
Cleveland Indians Korean outfielder Choo Shin-soo has asked the MLB for salary arbitration instead of signing a big multi-year deal. The Associated Press revealed Monday the eligible list of 132 included Choo. Salary arbitration, which was first implemented in 1974, began Wednesday and will continue through Jan. 14. This year has so far seen 285 teams and 210 players brin...
KBL standings show signs of major changes
The Korean Basketball League (KBL) is in the middle of its season following a break for the Asian Games and there are signs of major changes in the initial standings. The ET Land Elephants, KT SonicBoom, Dongbu Promy still maintain the top spots but they are not regarded as unbeatable.
Greaters snap Jumbos 9 winning streak
The LIG Greaters ended the Korean Air Jumbos’ attempt for nine consecutive victories in V-League, Saturday.
Seo targets rookie of year award in 2011 LPGA season
Former KLPGA champion Seo Hee-kyung said Thursday she wants to help boost Korean golf in the LPGA in 2011. Seo, who earned her card to the LPGA by winning the Kia Classic in March, expressed confidence before departing the United States to join the Tour.
Lee advances to allround competition
Vancouver Olympic gold medalist Lee Seung-hoon has qualified for the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships by winning in the Asia region. Lee defended his title with a total of 154.626 points in the Asian Allround Speed Skating Championships in Harbin, China, on Wednesday.
Korean Ki-Cha duo presents Celtic with win
South Korean duo Ki Sung-yueng and Cha Du-ri each struck in stoppage time for a 2-0 win against St Johnstone in the Scottish Premier League (SPL), Sunday.
Korea handballers lose title in Asian Championship
In a collective state of shock the South Korean women’s handball team failed more to bring home the 13th Asian Handball Championship trophy.
Injured Park Chu-young to miss Asian Cup
The South Korean national team has suffered a blow before competing in the Asian Cup after losing its reliable striker Park Chu-young.
Park Ji-sung to quit as national squad member
Park Ji-sung, the first Korean footballer to play in the English Premier League plans to quit as a member of the national team.