Home player Shi Yuqi was jeered by the crowd, as he was blown away in just 15 minutes on his injury comeback at the Badminton World Federation China Open.
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United States and China are the only undefeated sides, following the fourth round of matches at the International Volleyball Federation Women's World Cup in Japan.
The Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) has congratulated Peter Corcoran after the official received his Membership of the Order of Australia at Government House in Sydney.
The International Biathlon Union (IBU) has banned Russian Margarita Vasileva for 18 months for three whereabouts failures.
The Swedish Olympic Committee (SOK) has backed the Faroe Islands' bid for Olympic Games inclusion.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has named the team for next month's inaugural World Beach Games in Qatar.
Organisers of November's World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai held a first aid course for event volunteers.
International Association of Athletics Federations President Sebastian Coe has praised the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games marathon course, after a test event was held in the Japanese capital.
Ghana Taekwondo Federation President Frederick Lartey has backed a new course which uses the sport to teach self defence.
Rwanda booked their place at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics by winning the Women's ParaVolley Africa Sitting Volleyball Championships on home soil in Kigali.
The Japan Swimming Federation has announced tough qualifying times for the host nation's Olympic Games team at Tokyo 2020.
Reigning Olympic champion Carolina Marin re-announced herself as a major force on the international stage with a first-up victory over Nozomi Okuhara at the Badminton World Federation (BWF) China Open.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has shortlisted 30 athletes for its 2019 Woman of the Year award.
The Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) organised the fifth edition of the International Women and Sport Conference.
U SPORTS, the national governing body of university sport in Canada, has paid tribute to ice hockey coach Kelly Nobes after his death aged just 45.