Heads up football fans – former Real Madrid star Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima is in town. The footballing legend is in Hong Kong to visit the newly launched Ronaldo Academy and to meet some of the academy’s students. He arrived in Hong Kong yesterday afternoon.
Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School roller-skating star Ben Lo eyes Asean Freestyle Skating Championship
What would happen if you spun around more than 30 times in a minute? “You’d probably vomit or get dizzy. But most freestyle skaters have become used to spinning, as their coaches won’t allow them to stop,” says local roller-sports star Ben Lo Ng-shuen.
Hong Kong’s a-Maisy-ing 17-year-old figure skating champion sets her eyes on Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics
You could be the most technically gifted figure skater in the world, but it doesn’t mean a thing if you’re missing that artistic flare. Thankfully, Maisy Ma Hiu-ching is a natural talent who mesmerises her audience every time she steps onto the ice.
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This Victoria Shanghai Academy swimmer is training hard for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers at just 15 years old
Sharpening skills and strengthening muscles the key for 15-year-old Katii Tang Tsoi-lam, who has set her sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Meet the 12-year-old Independent Schools Foundation Academy sailor who's taking international competitions by storm
Whether he’s launching his boat from the deserts of Dubai, sailing across the glittering seas of Thailand, or bracing himself against the gusty Scottish winds, Douglas Leung always has his game face on.
Heep Yunn star hopes to retain the ‘Grand Slam’, and has set her sights on representing Hong Kong at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.
Hong Kong teenage fencing star Edgar Cheung creates more history with city's first ever World Cup medal
Edgar Cheung Ka-long entered the arena for the World Cup in St Petersburg, Russia feeling like a small fish in a big pond, but came away confident he was no longer a minnow.
Kitchee right-winger Sebastian Buddle still can’t believe what he and his teammates had to deal with late last year. “I was born and raised in HK so it was upsetting to be labelled as a ‘foreign’ player,” mused Sebastian.