Wow! When we asked you to send in your best sports photo that takes us to the heat of the moment, we didn't know we would be treated to such a range of images! The team is so impressed by the variety and talent evident in these photographs, and it was very difficult to pick a winner, but someone...
Swimming star Jacqueline Chong talks to Young Post about putting in the hard work – even for things you don’t think you’re ever going to need to know.
The Sports For Hope Foundation (SFHF) honoured its latest batch of talented athletes this month, at the Outstanding Junior Athlete Awards (OJAA) presentation ceremony.
Cross-country running is probably the world’s oldest sport, dating back to a time when it was the only means of transportation – and sometimes survival.
Twenty years after windsurfer Lee Lai Shan, aka “San-san”, won the city’s first and only Olympic gold in 1996, Mak Cheuk-wing is becoming one of the city’s brightest prospects for coming Games.
Friendship played a large role in the Hong Kong girls’ rugby victory in Dubai last weekend, according to the team’s coach Sam Feausi and captain Maelle Picut.
Kai-fung broke a school record and won two gold medals at the annual event held at Kowloon Bay Sports Ground.
SOTY 2015: Lost in the woods: Hong Kong orienteering star Harmony Lam tells us about the terror and triumphs of her sport
To learn more about the sport of orienteering, we went to an expert: last year’s SCMP Student of the Year (Sportsperson) winner Harmony Lam Cho-yu.
CIS rugby star Madeleine Witt doesn’t like being told she’s not good enough, so she made sure she made it on the national team
Sticking with a sport long enough to take it to a high level isn’t just about consecutive victories, it’s also about resilience when you’re beaten down.
Hong Kong won the inaugural Asia Rugby U18 Girls Sevens Championship in Dubai, beating Kazakhstan 12-5 in a tense final played before large crowds at the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Dubai tournament