If you think your football skills are good enough to impress overseas university scouts, make sure you’re free on March 27.
Fung Ki-kei doesn’t just love playing sport – she loves knowing the science behind how our bodies work.
Brilliant last-minute goal from right midfielder Cheng Chin-lung secures historic win in the 32-team tournament with the best teams in Asia.
The cyclist won a total of six medals at the 2004 and 2008 Paralympic Games and now hopes to inspire others with her story.
How would you know if you are good at a sport, if you’ve never tried it? That’s why you should try your hand at sports – but especially squash.
Just as the Hong Kong national ski team member Arabella Ng became the first athlete in Hong Kong to compete at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea, last month, some of her teammates are already getting ready for the upcoming Games in Beijing.
The talented German Swiss International School student has the chance to compete for HK in Buenos Aires as a show jumper in equestrian events.
The sport not only gives her body and brain a workout, it has helped her get to know Hong Kong better.
Hong Kong national ski team’s nine young athletes, aged 12 to 21, gathered in Yabuli, Heilongjiang Province of China for their first official gathering and training session on Sunday in preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Hong Kong International School’s Mahir Sadhwani prides himself in being one of the city’s best at stopping footballs from passing the goalposts.
After their A-grade team defeated long-time rivals Diocesan Boys’ School last year, these young guns want a crown for themselves.