Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching remains focused on her goal of reaching the top-level LPGA Tour, but the Hong Kong professional is “taking it one shot at a time” despite last week’s stunning Symetra Tour debut following a “perfect round”.
Four of Hong Kong’s brightest tennis talents - Tim Gauntlett, Coleman Wong, Sheena Karrasch and Kelly Leung -have earned their place in the UK HSBC National Finals to be held at Wimbledon later this year.
18-year-old backstroke eyes 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia, but he has difficulty handling stress during international competitions.
To be the ultimate setter in volleyball, you need superb hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness and flexibility. Elsa Suen Yee-tung has all of these, and she’s only getting started.
Hong Kong’s sharpest athletes will be on show at the Mega Ice Hockey 5’s.
Some athletes prefer to focus on one sport, but Heep Yunn School’s Karen Lau Fong-ying has discovered that the skills she learns in one discipline can help get her to the next level in another.
Triathlons are not for the faint-hearted: they require the completion of three endurance disciplines – swimming, cycling and running. Fortunately, Mark Russell’s heart is stacked to the brim with energy and determination.
Beneath all the bruising tackles and rough scrums, the key to rugby is sportsmanship – and Tanya Dhar displays it to an impressive degree both on and off the pitch.
When Estelle Tang discovered that she was talented in both taekwondo and shotput, the 17-year-old decided that she’d simply ace both sports rather than just pick one.
The Spanish rugby sevens team booked their spot in next season’s World Series in an emphatic 12-7 win over Germany at the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens on Sunday.
Hong Kong’s snooker star Ng On-yee won a third world title in a month after lifting the women’s 10 Reds World Championship singles title.