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One of Hong Kong’s top young badminton players may go on to study sports psychology.
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From tears to cheers_L
When she first competed in the Special Olympics World Winter Games, Karen Tam could barely let go of her mother's hand.
Windsurfer Adrian Lee hopes to finish among the top five at July's World Junior Championships in Cyprus.
Windsurfer Adrian Lee Chun-ting is the reigning Asian junior champion, but his rise to stardom wasn't always smooth sailing. In the first six months of training ...
Lee headed to victory in Belarus last month.
Ever since she brought home a bronze medal from last summer's Olympic Games in London, track cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze seems to be unstoppable.
Jack Wong (left) and Lawrence Lo
Good partnerships sometimes start with intense rivalry. Want proof? Meet top teen tennis doubles pair: Jack Wong Hong-kit and Lawrence Lo. They are both ...
The Sevens encourage a display of Hong Kong pride.
The month of March is famous for many things: crazy hares, St Patrick's Day ... But perhaps the most talked about March event in Hong Kong is the Rugby Sevens ...
Climber Jenny Wu_L
Climbing competitor Jenny Wu Wing-yu believes brains, rather than strength, are the secret of success in her sport.
Coach finds his dream job_L
Coaching athletes can be difficult, but the A1 Basketball League player Cyrus So Yi-chun chose an even more challenging role - teaching ...
Long, hard road to glory_L
Patrick Kelly, the newly appointed head coach of the Hong Kong triathlon team, is aiming high. His goal is to train his squad members to be "top Asian athletes" and make their mark in international ev
Anson Chan learned from the best - his mum.
There's a common belief among boys that their mums don't know much about football. It's true: many can't name a footballer other than David Beckham.
Dancer Stephanie Tung shows off one of her dance costumes.
Dancing and dressmaking may sound somewhat unrelated, but Stephanie Tung Cheuk-yin excels in both and aims to continue doing them together as a career.