Hong Kong’s star triathlete Chelsea Hung Cheuk-yi is battling her eating disorder one step, pedal and stroke at a time.
Wong says strategic elements come into play at the higher levels and also advises young athletes to take good care of their bodies to prevent injuries.
Wong Wai-yee’s unique story is an inspiration to all young female footballers. After making the Hong Kong national team at just 16 years old, Wai-yee was well on her way to achieving her dream of becoming a professional football player.
Kenneth To King-him may have spent 12 years representing Australia, but he’s determined to become Hong Kong’s next big swimming star.
Tso will put his perfect record and the World Boxing Organisation International super-flyweight title on the line in his 22nd professional fight.
Hong Kong’s star cyclist Leung Chun-wing believes he was born to be on a bike. “I was born into a special family; my dad, my mum, my brother and even my sister, we all loved to cycle.”
Former Diocesan Boys’ School student hopes to become the first male HK player to enter the top 100 in the ATP rankings.
Thirteen-year-old archery star Rachael Sung uses the sport to help her focus. Although the South Island School (SIS) student picked up a bow and arrow for the first time just two years ago, she is already one of the best in Hong Kong for her age group.
Sixteen-year-old South Island School students Adrian Seto and Ethan Wong have broken the Guinness World Record for the most basketball passes in a minute by a pair.
Jasper Thong tells us how having a successful older brother in the same field drives him to go even faster.