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Swimming or rowing ... why not both? This seventeen-year-old HKIS student shows us how she excels in and on top of the water.
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Iran's Mahdi Rahimikhoygani (left) challenges Hong Kong's Yuen Sai-kit during their group match, which Iran won 5-0.
Stiflingly hot conditions have sapped the energy of the Hong Kong boys' football team, who kick off today in a winner-takes-all battle with Indonesia ...
The Hong Kong team's spirits are high despite their defeat by Syria.
The Hong Kong men's handball team will play for pride in their final match at the Asian Youth Games today. The "852" boys lost twice and drew one of their ...
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Our sports reporter Kevin is in Nanjing, following all the action of the 2nd Asian Youth Games, as our medal hopes do their best to overcome competition from ...
Young Post reporter Leon Lee learns some tricks from golf coach Martin Chan at the driving range of Whitehead Club in Ma On Shan.
I've always felt that golf wasn't a sport everyone could afford, but I've always wanted to give it a swing. The only time I did try wielding the clubs ...
(Back row, from left) Ip Wan-fung, Hong Kong's athletics team coach, Kong Chun-ki, Wise Poon, Tommy Lee and coach Tang Hon-sing; (front row from left) Wong Pui-ling, Yoyo Chan and Chan Ka-sin.
The six members of Hong Kong's athletics team have chosen to miss tomorrow's official opening of the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing. They arrive on Saturday ...
Hong Kong's under-15 football team will face two tough sides in the group stage of the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing.
Hong Kong's under-15 football squad have their work cut out for them: they will be taking on some of Asia's best teams in the group stage of the Asian Youth ...
Some members of Hong Kong's swimming team who will compete at next week's Asian Youth Games: (back row, from left) Tam Hoi-lam, Lau Sze-wing, Noel Leung and Sutton Choi; (front row, from left) Amber Kan Tsz-yiu, Andrea Wan Ching-man, Ching Cho-miu and Jamie Yeung Zhen-mei.
Hong Kong's 13 teenage swimmers have a lot to live up to when they compete at next week's Asian Youth Games in Nanjing. At the first Games in Singapore ...
YP reporter Joyee Chan grows wings and learns to fly at Aerial Arts Academy in Causeway Bay.
Every time my yoga teacher asks the class to perform the shoulder stand or the forearm stand with split legs, I get butterflies in my stomach. There are two reasons for this.
Homer Leung with coach Law Wai-keung.
Hong Kong's sole Asian Youth Games judo representative, Homer Leung Hon-man, has set his sights on bagging a medal in Nanjing this month.
Hong Kong's junior tennis stars (from left) Jack Wong, Andrew Li and Eudice Chong will play at this month's Asian Youth Games in Nanjing.
Hong Kong's leading tennis players are worried about soaring temperatures as they prepare to face other top juniors at this month's Asian Youth Games in Nanjing.