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Teenage figure skating phenom signs with Kim Yu-na's agency

Teen figure skating phenom You Young, the youngest Korean national champion, has joined the agency of her idol, Kim Yu-na. All That Sports announced Monday that You, who captured the national ladies...

Updated : 2016.01.18 10:36

Korea's Yun Sung-bin wins silver at skeleton World Cup

South Korean skeleton racer Yun Sung-bin has claimed a silver medal at the BMW IBSF World Cup in the United States. The 21-year-old logged 1:48.76 minutes after two runs to finish second at Lake Pla...

Updated : 2016.01.10 13:52

Booyoung chairman named World Taekwondo Peace Corps chief

Some 110 young practitioners of taekwondo took an oath in front of the newly inaugurated president Lee Joong-keun of the World Taekwondo Peace Corps on Wednesday in Seoul, vowing to promote peace and...

Updated : 2016.01.06 16:08

Olympic champions join state sports lottery operator's new skating club

A pair of Olympic champions have joined a new skating club launched by the state sports lottery operator, officials said Tuesday. Lee Sang-hwa, a two-time reigning Olympic gold medalist in women's 5...

Updated : 2016.01.05 16:47

[Herald Interview] 'Just go for it'

This is the second installment in a three-part series featuring athletes who help people transform their lives. – Ed. In November 2010, Lim Gye-sook received the call of a lifetime from KT Sport...

Updated : 2015.12.16 20:12

[Newsmaker] Bright future on LPGA Tour

NAPLES, Florida (AP) -- Lydia Ko had just been handed a $1 million bonus for the second consecutive year, and the first thing she thought about buying with those newfound additional riches was a new ...

Updated : 2015.11.24 22:10

[Newsmaker] Korean team wins Premier 12 baseball title

South Korea became the inaugural champion of the Premier 12 baseball tournament in Tokyo on Saturday. With its offense clicking from the start, South Korea pounded the U.S. 8-0 in the final at Tokyo...

Updated : 2015.11.22 19:39

As lone Korean, Bae Sang-moon falters late before home crowds at Presidents Cup

It wasn't quite the Hollywood ending that he might have envisioned, as Bae Sang-moon, the only South Korean in the field at the Presidents Cup, faltered down the stretch on Sunday with the potential ...

Updated : 2015.10.11 16:56

U.S. wins ninth Presidents Cup in Korea

The United States won the Presidents Cup for the ninth time Sunday, defeating the International Team 15 1/2 to 14 1/2 after a nail-biting finish on a chilly afternoon by the Yellow Sea. The American...

Updated : 2015.10.11 15:45

Black Eagles air show to kick off Military World Games

An air show by South Korea's flight display team, the Black Eagles, will open the largest-ever Military World Games in the central South Korean city of Mungyeong, organizers said Thursday. The 6th C...

Updated : 2015.10.01 16:42

S. Korea beat U.S. in men's football as forward returns from injury

Host South Korea hammered the United States 7-0 to open the men's football tournament at the Military World Games here Wednesday. National team mainstay Lee Jeong-hyeop returned from a facial injury...

Updated : 2015.09.30 15:38

Suspended swimmer Park Tae-hwan to train in Japan

Former Olympic swimming champion Park Tae-hwan, currently serving a doping suspension, has relocated to Japan to continue training, his management company said Tuesday. Team GMP said Park left for T...

Updated : 2015.09.22 09:48

[Newsmaker] Lydia Ko youngest major winner

With two holes left to play in her bid to become the youngest LPGA major champion at the Evian Championship, Lydia Ko stayed as relaxed and composed as a seasoned veteran. The South Korean-born New Z...

Updated : 2015.09.14 19:05

Son Yeon-jae falls short of medal in ribbon, clubs at worlds

South Korean rhythmic gymnast Son Yeon-jae failed to win a medal in ribbon and clubs at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Germany on Thursday. Son finished fifth in ribbon with 18.083 p...

Updated : 2015.09.11 09:42

S. Korean Bae Sang-moon makes Presidents Cup as captain's pick

South Korean golfer Bae Sang-moon will make his Presidents Cup debut on home soil this fall as a captain's pick for the International Team. Bae, whose future after the current PGA Tour season is in ...

Updated : 2015.09.09 09:02