Ma Yue

Metro & Sport Reporter

Stretched to breaking point

A gym has paid a member 186,000 yuan (US$27,500) as compensation after she had her thigh bone broken by a yoga coach.

World champion swimmer looks forward to full recovery

World champion swimmer Ning Zetao made his first public appearance this year at a commercial event in Shanghai over the weekend.

Days at the office, nights in armor

Wearing medieval armor weighing over 35 kilograms, this is not cosplay, but a full contact sport known as medieval combat.

Tianjin Quanjian changes name to Tianjin Tianhai

The club, currently under temporary management of the Tianjin Football Association, is looking for a new investor which has to be a Tianjin-based company, as per CFA requirements.

Making sure that everything is ship-shaped

Gu Zhiyong is in charge of ensuring that vessels in dock are in ship-shape condition. He describes his work as as a "general medical practitioner for ships."

College football league holds awards ceremony

The league held a total of 167 matches in five groups, involving 65 teams representing 42 schools, over the past month.

F1 to hit 1,000-race milestone at 2019 Chinese GP

F1's 1,000th race has been scheduled for April 12-14 at the Shanghai International Circuit in Jiading District. It will also be the third race of the 2019 calendar.

Workers union introduces service programs to benefit employees

Shanghai Workers Union will introduce 10 service programs for workers around the city in 2019, especially for outdoor workers and those under flexible employment.

Fitness first in sporty opening to the year

Shanghai welcomed 2019 with a wealth of fitness activities, including fun runs and stair-climbing, as citizens looked forward to a year of health and fitness.

Ringing in the new year with street parties and resolutions

The annual New Year countdown in Xintiandi continued as Shanghai's most iconic celebration while Longhua Temple and Jade Buddha Temple held bell-tolling ceremonies to welcome 2019.