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You can also carve up the slopes at an indoor skiing venue or chuck heavy stones at...other heavy stones in an introductory curling course.
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Mark Tan Chun-lok's football scholarship has allowed him to study and train in Britain for free.
Mark Tan Chun-lok is living every young footballer's dream. After years of hard work in Hong Kong and Britain, the 16-year-old midfielder could be on the ...
Batsman-wicketkeeper Anshuman Rath, 14, (left) and bowler Daljeet Singh, 16, hope to play for the World Cup in three years.
Daljeet Singh and Anshuman Rath are staking strong claims to be regulars in Hong Kong's senior cricket team even though they are still at school. The pair ...
Next weekend's 24-hour charity dinghy event will see student Jack Barnfather (top) compete for a fifth year.
Competitors with mental and physical disabilities will race against able-bodied youngsters and adults in Hebe Haven Yacht Club's 10th 24-hour ...
Goalkeeper Douglas Yuen Ho-chun hopes he will soon make his Sun Pegasus first-team debut.
Douglas Yuen Ho-chun was chosen to play in goal originally only because he wasn't needed out on the pitch: he couldn't run fast enough to keep up ...
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Shuttler Vincent Wong Wing-ki achieved his Olympic dream ahead of schedule when he competed at last month's London Games, but he is not finished yet.
Top school basketball players (from left) Xavier Yip, Angus Lee and Marco Chiang.
In a few weeks' time, the group stage matches of the Inter-school Basketball Competition (Division One, Kowloon) will begin. Young Post talked to players ...
Chris Lau gets his hands up to play defence.
The team have been trying out Olympic sports, and we'll be sharing our experiences - good, bad and ugly. This week: Chris Lau got to grips with handball ...
(From left) Runner Jimmy Lee Cho-wai, footballer Marco Wegener, and squash player Pansy Chan Pui-hei.
Welcome back to school! While you were probably still working on your summer homework, student athletes have been training hard in preparation for inter-school ...
Straddle, stretch, sit ... Karly Cox did them all under the expert guidance of coach Mandy Yeung.
The team have been trying out Olympic sports, and we'll be sharing our experiences - good, bad and ugly. This week: Karly Cox goes bouncing around ...
Hong Kong's Vera Lui Lai-yiu hopes to race at the 2016 or 2020 Olympics.
When the mainland's former Olympic champion Liu Xiang fell at the first hurdle with an Achilles injury at the London Games, Hong Kong student Vera Lui Lai-yiu ...