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”.
Success in the long jump is not as simple as it sounds, and practising the right techniques is essential, but this local athlete has learned how to do it.
While watching Edoardo Tanas scud over the waves on his board and wrangle his sail with expert technique, it is easy to forget that the young windsurfer is just 14, and has only been surfing for six years.
Mak Tze-wing and windsurfer Mak Cheuk-wing are among athletes recognised for their achievements over the past year.
Hong Kong’s new rugby sevens coach Paul John declared himself quietly optimistic the competition’s draw on Monday night as he prepares for the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens next month.
Hong Kong boxing’s golden boy Rex Tso Sing-yu extended his winning streak to 21 after a knockout victory over Japan’s Hirofumi Mukai at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
If you're not the strongest swimmer, or you just don't care about football, don't worry; somewhere in Hong Kong there is the perfect sport just waiting for you to discover.
As the 18-year-old prepares for university, she talks about her netballing success and how the sport is a good distraction.
Last weekend’s rowing championship kicked off with a bang as Lam Tsz-chung from Caritas Yuen Long Chan Chun Ha Secondary School (CYS) claimed top spot
Versatility and discipline the key in Canadian International School of Hong Kong’s stunning penalty shoot-out win.