Hong Kong’s sharpest athletes will be on show at the Mega Ice Hockey 5’s.
Boris Lai had never played netball before, but two years ago at the University of Hong Kong registration day, he and his friend decided to sign up for the netball team.
A 21-year-old who can generate high pace bowling with either left or right hand is targeting a spot on the national team.
Kelly Chow, the goalkeeper for the Hong Kong women’s U18 team, has a slightly strange but effective method for speeding up her reaction times .
Hong Kong coach Kim Pan-gon said his charges last night had put in a positive performance by defeating Singapore 2-0 to cancel out some of the bad press that had been in the headlines.
Hong Kong teenager Claudia Ng Hei-ching’s hopes of making the main draw at the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open have been dashed.
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.