Advice could prove crucial as Diocesan Boys’ School take on La Salle College in the Interschool Tennis Final and aim for 19th straight title.
Wong Suet-ying, Ivy Fong Chun-sin, Lee Tsz-ting and Stephanie Ching Tsz-yung hope to encourage other girls to get down and dirty.
Thanks to the annual Rugby Sevens, the sport has become very popular in Hong Kong in recent years. But the development of junior girls' rugby in the city is still at an early stage.
(Front row from left) Chan Hon-sang, Ko Wan-luk and Cheung Long-sing. (Back row from left) Oscar Tung Tak-ho and Yu Long.
Good news for skateboarders: the long-awaited X Games park in Fanling is to open soon. The city already has five skate parks but most are part of existing district parks. The X Games park, which...
Tank Lam coaches youngsters in the rough-and-tumble sport of rugby.
For Tank Lam Hip-hou, rugby isn't just a sport. It's something that gives meaning to his life.
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Teenager Brian Leong Ka-hang was advised by a doctor to give up playing football after breaking his left arm three times in successive years.
Tiger So Fu is a master at the sport of mountain biking.
The sport of mountain biking has been thriving on the hilly landscapes of Hong Kong. Biking veteran Tiger So Fu tells Young Post about popular local routes and the precautions you should...
Goalkeeper Eric Ching in action.
Goalkeeper Eric Ching Man-chun always has his eyes on the ball rather than the goal as he tries to stop opponents from scoring in matches.
Hong Kong Under-19 cricket squad members, (left to right) Ruchitha Venkatesh, Annie Ho Hung-ying, Kiki Kan Hoi-ki and Mariko Hill.
Cricket- once widely regarded by Hong Kong's Chinese population as a man's sport played by foreigners- has been successfully beating stereotypes among teenagers in the city.
So Yi-chun outshone the rest at the Red Bull event on September 13.
On a sunny Tuesday afternoon at Wan Chai's Southorn Playground, So Yi-chun had a good reason to stand taller than the other 63 men who played in the Red Bull King of...
Children from Christian Action and coaching staff at the AC Milan Soccer School.
Underprivileged children in Hong Kong can attend free football classes with one of the world's leading clubs, AC Milan, thanks to local charity Football for Life.
In only his first season in the local First Division Football League, Roberto Losada Rodriguez already proved himself to be its top player...