126-year-old Stanley Cup comes to Canadian International School and leaves HK's young ice hockey players in awe
We talk to three of the top ice hockey players at the Canadian International School about their special connection with the sport, and the future of hockey in Hong Kong.
The jump is one of the most difficult in figure skating and was previously performed at official events by men only.
15-year-old football star Matt Chan on how training in HK is different to in the UK, and meeting his idol Paul Scholes
Young Post talks to rising star footballer Matt Chan about meeting his sports idol, and how he thinks the football culture differs in Britain vs in Hong Kong.
HK rugby star Mark Coebergh on surprising his opponents, and why he aspires to be like the All-Blacks on and off the field
We talk to local rugby star Mark Coebergh who was told several times he’s too small for the pitch, but has carried our city to its third Asian U20s Rugby Championship.
Heep Yunn School's Chan Sin-yuk explains why squash is a thinking game, and says she's ready to become Hong Kong's best
The winner of the 2018 Sports for Hope Outstanding Junior Athlete Award competes in India later this month.
It is the city's first-ever gold medal in the sport at the Asian Games.
Record-setting swimmer Cheuk Ming-ho on learning from his idol at the Asian Games, and the one thing training athletes often neglect
Anew star was born for our city at this year’s Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, as Cheuk Ming-ho made it clear that he plans to be Hong Kong’s top swim star for years to come.
Asian Games 2018: fourth gold medal for Hong Kong as cyclist Sarah Lee takes first place in women's keirin
The defending champion outsprints Korea’s Lee Hye-jin and China’s Zhong Tianshi to win her second Asian Games gold in the event.
HKU star triathlete Bailee Brown on why 'hard work isn't enough', and proves the importance of staying humble
Budding triathlete Bailee Brown, who will be competing at this year’s Asian Games, has made many sacrifices and will be giving her all to make Hong Kong proud.
Logan Paul, KSI and their brothers battle it out in biggest event in internet history”, watched by more than 800,000 people online.