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Korean women continue LPGA winning streak
It is no longer big news that Korean ladies dominate the LPGA Tour. Even when Lorena Ochoa and Annika Sorenstam were on the tour, Korean golfers were often victorious and the stream of Korean success continued in 2010, when they won nine of 26 events.
Thunders lead KBL with 12 wins
ET Land Elephants stands atop of the Korean Basketball League (KBL) with a 12-3 record, with the Samsung Thunders in the second.
BlueFangs trounce SkyWalkers 3-1 in opener
Samsung BlueFangs dominated the Saturday opener of the Korean volleyball league (V-League) with a 3-1 win over Hyundai SkyWalkers in Daejeon.
Choi tops money list, wins Vare Trophy
Choi Na-yeon of Korea topped the money list on the LPGA tour and claimed the Vare Trophy for the year’s lowest scoring average, Sunday.
Korea to focus on bid for 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games
Korea’s 2022 World Cup bid failed as FIFA President Sepp Blatter opened the envelope in Zurich, Friday (KST) announcing Qatar as host of the event.
Lee Seung-yeop likely to land in Orix
Former Yomiuri Giants slugger Lee Seung-yeop is most likely to be playing for the Orix Buffaloes next season. According to the Japanese newspaper, Asahi, Lee signed a deal, Thursday and the official announcement will be made shortly.
Kang Sung-hoon cruises in qualifying school for PGA
Kang Sung-hoon took a big step toward joining the PGA Tour, sharing fifth place in the first round of the final stage of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament, Thursday (KST).
Choi looking to emerge from shadows
Since Pak Se-ri became an LPGA Hall of Famer with 25 victories, many Korean golfers have competed and won on the LPGA Tour.
Ji signs with Japanese club
Korean women’s football star Ji So-yun will play in the Japanese professional league next year.
Yu-na reveals songs for new programs
Figure skating queen Kim Yu-na has revealed the songs Tuesday for the new programs she’ll perform at the World Championships in Tokyo in March.