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British racing star Dan Wells moved to Hong Kong in April, 2012, with no money and no income – just the dream of becoming a professional race car driver.
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The imminent closure of a table tennis training centre in an industrial building in Tai Wai has sparked concerns from players and coaches, who have called on the government to find a proper space to train future athletes.
To be victorious in table tennis you need more than a powerful serve and snappy spin. But while most athletes focus only on their paddle play, Diocesan Boys’ School’s Kelvin Lau told us what goes on below the table can determine whether you win a match or not.
The best rhythmic gymnasts must strike a balance between displaying precise coordination and fluid expression during their performances. It isn’t easy – but Sun Yi Ali certainly makes it look like it is.
Want a new challenge this summer? Make the most of the seas surrounding Hong Kong and take to the water. We gathered our favourite water sports, and some places to learn how it’s done.
Being able to do a few keepy-uppies with a football is impressive enough, but what if you could do it – while skipping – in front of professional footballers from the English Premier League team Tottenham Hotspur?
Mark Kaiser knows what it feels like not to have the odds in his favour. The 18-year-old captain of the Canadian International School of Hong Kong (CDNIS) football led his team through a daunting set of fixtures to the finals of the All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Football Tournament earlier this...
South Korea football star Son Heung-min talks to YP about being in Hong Kong for the first time as he and his team prepares for a showdown against local champions Kitchee
When he was eight years old, Angus Ng Ka-long was at a crossroads: should he stick with table tennis, or focus on badminton?
Hong Kong’s top student athletes were left star-struck as they got up close and personal with two of the city’s elite sportswomen.
Heads up football fans – former Real Madrid star Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima is in town. The footballing legend is in Hong Kong to visit the newly launched Ronaldo Academy and to meet some of the academy’s students. He arrived in Hong Kong yesterday afternoon.