Southpaw recently returned to the ring as an amateur after 13 months out.
From football to tennis: A beginner's guide to some of the most popular sports in the world and its star players
Can’t sit through a football match without falling asleep, but want to keep up with your sports-obsessed mates? Our handy guide is here to help.
How did Fukien Secondary School (Kwun Tong) beat regular champs Heep Yunn and La Salle at Jing Ying interschool badminton
Badminton players Toby Yeung, Cara Ng, Lau Sin-hei and Tong Kin-shun say trust and perseverance are keys to success.
This yellow-black belt jiu-jitsu champ wants more HK teens to discover the Brazilian martial art of grappling
We talk to 14-year-old Brazilian jiu-jitsu athlete Brindy Mason about how she got into the combat sport, and her hopes for a Hong Kong team in the future
Campus Life: WIS cricketers on learning from cricket legend Mike Gatting, and how the game strengthens their friendship
The West Island School team recently had the chance to learn from the former England player. But, as they told us, they’re constantly learning from one another, too.
HK billiards player Leo Yip, world champ at the World Junior Nine-Ball Championship, says playing pool is in his DNA
The eighteen-year-old also earned the Asian junior champion title and he's just getting started.
Victoria Shanghai Academy swimmers tell us why you need to take on new challenges, and also not be so hard on yourself
Schoolmates and competitive swimmers Valerie Yue and Katii Tang have really been putting themselves out there by trying new things, while supporting each other along the way.
After the Macau Grand Prix horror crash and 11 hours of surgery, Sophia Floersch vows she's 'going to come back'
The German teenage driver will stay in Macau for a ‘few more days until I’m transportable’.
HK teen hurdler Addis Wong on beating his personal best at the Youth Olympic Games, and turning competition into motivation
Hurdler Addis Wong turned stress into motivation and smashed his personal records.