If you think your football skills are good enough to impress overseas university scouts, make sure you’re free on March 27.
"I’m still very young and will be one of the youngest racers in Pyeongchang, so I don’t really have any big expectations."
There was a sold-out crowd at the Jing Ying Nike All HK Schools Basketball Tournament 2018 finals, which took place at Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai on Sunday afternoon.
Eight school teams - four girls' teams and four boys' teams - will be battling it out at the semi-finals tomorrow, which will decide the teams competing in the finals on Sunday.
Aspiring athletes were given the chance to meet some of Hong Kong's biggest sports stars and participate in different events.
The 16-year-old skating wonder wasn't always so at home on the ice.
Arabella Ng studies in the US but will be representing the 852 in two events
If you've ever wanted to know how to sail, or what the difference between a dinghy and a yacht it, then read on.
The tennis pro hopes to become the first Hong Kong player to be ranked in the top 100 worldwide.
Vestas 11th Hour Racing collided with a fishing boat 50 kilometres from the finish of Leg Four.
Virginie “Ginnie” Ding is ready to take the steps to become Hong Kong’s next big female golf star. The 15-year-old West Island School student compares herself to a lion when she’s on the golf course.