How DGS HK badminton team captain Chloe Yeung made her teammates better with 1,000-word WhatsApp messages
The 18-year-old ace led her team over long-time rivals Heep Yunn School at the All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying tournament in May.
His Premier League dreams were dashed, but this aspiring footballer still believes he’ll represent Hong Kong one day
No sooner was Lokus Au given his big break than it was taken from him again – but this Concord University graduate is determined to keep trying.
The student at Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School hopes to put her experience at the Youth Olympics and Asia Games to good use.
The team beat Australia, Hong Kong, India and Pakistan, earning themselves a trip the Worldwide Finals in California.
The 23-year-old recently won two bronze medals for the Hong Kong team at the university games, including HK's first-ever tennis singles medal.
After winning four gold medals and an individual trophy at the Interschool Gymnastics Competition, the Pui Ching Middle School student prepares for the 2nd National Youth Games in China.
Life may be tough for Hong Kong's youngest pro gymnast, but the King George V student is determined to enjoy it
At 14, balance beam expert Kaka Wong Pleroma is currently the only full-time junior athlete on the national gymnastics team.
The Olympic sport of short track speed skating is especially challenging when you don't have a rink in your city
Not having a standardised ice rink in Hong Kong has made Benny Chan’s training trickier, but he’s not letting that hold him back.
Hong Kong U18 ice hockey player talks about balancing late-night practices with studying at Island School, and why athletes in his sport can't be shy
Ice hockey is a fast-paced, high-octane sport with rather unsociable training hours – but Eito Ishizuka and his teammates are used to it.
Hong Kong teen swimmer Alvin Ip on loneliness, making sacrifices and his sports role model - and no, it's not Michael Phelps
The German Swiss International School student says the biggest hurdles for swimmers are often the mental ones.