If you think your football skills are good enough to impress overseas university scouts, make sure you’re free on March 27.
As teams head to the finish line at Victoria Harbour for Leg 4 of 11 in total, a Race Village has been set up in the city to celebrate the sport.
Besides turning pro in Hong Kong, the 18-year-old hopes to be one of the few local players to ever make it into the Chinese Basketball Association.
The young star was born and raised in the city and can't imagine playing anywhere else.
Henry Poon is proof that success in sport is a product of culture and good hard work.
The South Island School student hopes to continue training, but isn’t sure how long a career can last in Hong Kong.
If getting fit is one of your New Year's resolutions, why not hit the ground running with these simple leg workouts?
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.