Arabella Ng studies in the US but will be representing the 852 in two events
It's hard to find a balance between both training and studying, but these five athletes are at the top of their games.
Hong Kong’s leading woman golfer Tiffany Chan is living proof that golf is not a rich man’s sport and all it takes is hard work and focus.
The nineteen-year-old explains how the game takes a lot more practice, skill and mental focus than you might think.
Thanks to a new sports charity, 14-year-old Form Three student Tsang Tsz-ho got the chance to take up a brand new sport, and play it with celebrities like Hacken Lee Hak-kan.
The 17-year-old is the captain of the South Island School (SIS) team, and plays for Hong Kong Football Club (HKFC) and the Hong Kong under-20 squad with no plans of slowing down.
When Coleman Wong, a 13-year-old Diocesan Boys’ School (DBS) student, isn’t serving aces and playing volleys, he is unfazed by the pressure of being Hong Kong’s biggest tennis prodigy.
Despite having only seriously trained for a couple of years, Oriane Guillot is arguably one of Hong Kong’s best young swimmers.
Hong Kong hurdling champion Vera Lui Lai-yiu became the highest-profile local figure to join the global “Me Too” movement after claiming she was sexually assaulted by a coach 10 years ago.
Advice could prove crucial as Diocesan Boys’ School take on La Salle College in the Interschool Tennis Final and aim for 19th straight title.
According to Hong Kong’s star triathlete Oscar Coggins, you needn’t sacrifice your grades to become a great athlete.