We had a chat with the schools that claimed the 2017 All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Handball titles.
What does it take to be good at not just one sport, but three? Triathlete Cade Wright tells Young Post about the training she undertakes in order to be the best of the best.
Hong Kong table tennis player Wong Chun-ting shrugs off his poor show in Rio to thrash Swedish rival to win his first World Cup medal.
Kitchee’s HK$84 million training centre – that is only a year old – must move to make way for a housing development after Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said last night.
The sixteen-year-old tennis player is aiming to go all the way in her first ever major WTA event. Even if it will involve a disproportionate amount of running about on the court.
Already one of the top runners in Hong Kong, the 17-year-old slows down to talk to us about all of the reasons he loves to run – even when it rains.
The 17-year-old talks about all the training she goes through to be in competitions.
To play for your country, you need to be talented, but to captain the team you need to be a star.
South China defender Andy Russell finds good in everything – even a defeat that ended Hong Kong’s World Cup qualification hopes.
Other siblings might play online games together in their spare time, but not Kingsley and Lester So. Instead they balance their passion for go-karting with their schoolwork.
Ivy Liu Hoi-yan loves the beauty of rhythmic gymnastics – but says that making the sport look as effortlessly graceful as it does requires a lot of practice.