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Swimming or rowing ... why not both? This seventeen-year-old HKIS student shows us how she excels in and on top of the water.
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The two 17-year-olds see each achievement as validation for their hard work, and encouragement to work harder.
Claire Cheung comes out on top at the 2018 Kailas rock climbing competition and shows that hard work really pays off.
It’s not easy to have a profitable cricket career in the city, but the 16-year-old fast bowler from KGV has a plan.
The impressive Eastern Long Lions proved that basketball is becoming a more viable career option in Hong Kong after defeating Team Matrix at Dunk Kong last Wednesday.
The 18-year-old Yew Chung International School student describes how he got his start and his love-hate relationship with training.
The 19-year-old university student is the youngest ever Japanese gymnastics champion.
Wrestling may not be a popular sport in Hong Kong, but if anyone can change that, it's 16-year-old champion Niklas Rauhut.
The winner of the Hong Kong Sports Institute’s Outstanding Junior Athlete award says that windsurfing is an intense, demanding sport that is all about conquering your fears.
One of Hong Kong’s top young badminton players may go on to study sports psychology.
In the first-ever scouting event for Hong Kong, young local players like Callum Beattie are getting a chance to shine.

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