DBS's football captain Sun Ming-him is famous for his speed and dribbling skills. But he says the difficulty of shooting from different angles or distances is what makes him love soccer.
The game of squash may not have actually been invented by a lonely tennis player who couldn’t find anyone to play, but this is how Cheng Hao-chen found his way into the sport.
Sarah Lee has returned to the international scene with a bang. The Hong Kong rider took gold in the women’s sprint at the track World Cup series in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, on Sunday.
DGS swimming star Toto Wong Kwan-to talks recovery, post-swim foods, and bringing home the overall title for the 29th consecutive time.
South Island School student Jimmy Standing used the athleticism and stamina he gained from playing football to try out running, and found that he had quite the knack for it.
More than 230 competitors attended the Macau Open Taekwondo Championship 2016 at the Centro Desportivo Olimpico – Estadio in Macau last weekend.
Leon Lo Cheuk-chun attributes his speed and agility in the butterfly to decent rhythmic techniques and a whole lot of core strength.
Diocesan Boys’ and Girls’ Schools were crowned overall champions at the Division One Inter-school Swimming Competition at Kowloon Park Swimming Pool today.
Australian International School’s Bill Thorley takes on treacherous open water swim in 15km Clean Half Extreme Marathon race
As Ken Thorley paddled his kayak out to sea, he made a mental checklist of all the things he needed to have on-board. Bananas and energy gels? Yep. Gatorade? Got it. Phone, camera and GPS? Ready to go.
Hong Kong's junior world windsurfing champion Mak Cheuk-wing on what got her into the sport and who motivates her
Mak Cheuk-wing, the 13-year-old junior world windsurfing champion, says she won’t let her sporting success affect her school work.