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Sam Ngan spent the past year training at the Cycling Association of Hong Kong’s Stars of the Future programme and shows no sign of slowing down.
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Long-distance runner Christy Yiu believes a healthy life is a happy life.
Hong Kong's long-distance runner Christy Yiu Kit-ching takes up duty as a registered nurse next July after graduating from a four-year nursing degree at ...
Top Hong Kong junior golf player Shinichi Mizuno
Local golf talent Shinichi Mizuno is ready for showtime this week. The 18-year-old golfer from Nagoya will represent Hong Kong and play against top players ...
The 10 girls from French International School pose for a picture with Rodney Mcintosh (back row, far right) and Philippe Guillo.
For rugby fans, the World Cup is a must-see event. Many of them are happy to travel thousands of kilometres to the host nation to watch games.
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Daniel Pang has battled deafness since childhood.
Daniel Pang Chun-yin, 19, has a real talent for two things, baking and volleyball. But he has never heard one word of praise because he is deaf.
Au Chi-fung (left) and Nikolai Ng Tak-kin climbing in Tuen Mun.
To many local teenagers, sports climbing is not a new thing. There are many leisure camping villages with sports climbing facilities. However, few may be ...
Hong Kong head athletics coach Paul Wright with top runners Steven Ing, Jimmy Lee and Kelvin Lau.
What is your expectation today? This is a question heard often from Paul Wright, head athletics coach at the Hong Kong Sports Institute (HKSI).
High achievers Kenneth Wong Yi-shing and Sophie Chan Shuk-fan.
Perseverence has really paid off for Tuen Mun teenage volleyball players Kenneth Wong Yi-shing and Sophie Chan Shuk-fan.
Hong Kong junior badminton doubles pair Reginald Lee and Angus Ng won bronze at last year's world championships. They will be back playing in this year's event, in Taipei, starting Oct.21.
Reginald Lee Chun-hei and Angus Ng Ka-long, Hong Kong's world junior badminton doubles bronze medallists, had high hopes this month of improving on last year's impressive display.
Mary Hui, 17, has her eyes focused on raising money for charity by organising next month's 24-hour race in Hong Kong.
Most runners focus on winning races, but Mary Hui Kam-man has a different goal in mind: helping children in need.