HK Olympic swimmer Siobhan Haughey speaks about injury concerns and why she will train at University of Michigan until Tokyo 2020
The young athlete recently qualified for the upcoming summer Olympic Games, and was awarded one of the highest honours in US college sports.
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HK Olympian Siobhan Haughey awarded Big Ten Medal of Honour by University of Michigan for swimming achievements
Siobhan becomes one of just three Michigan swimmers to receive honour after setting a new Hong Kong record last week.
Teen HK tennis ace Cody Wong talks playing the 2018 Australian Open Juniors and her goal of a top 100 WTA ranking
As she returns to the court after recovering from an injury, the 17-year-old full-time Hong Kong Sports Institute athlete is ready to prove she’s a winner.
HK Olympic swimmer Siobhan Haughey passes first stage of Tokyo 2020 qualification as she breaks own 100-metre freestyle record
The University of Michigan student and 2013 SOTY Sportsperson winner represented Hong Kong at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Teen golf superstar Virginie Ding on qualifying for the US Girls’ Junior, balancing sports and school, and setting her sights beyond Hong Kong
The West Island Student is focused on her goal of playing at the international college level and has received an offer from Vanderbilt University.
Softball pitcher and final year student Sherman Lau on how she balances training, stress and her HKDSE studies
We speak to 18-year-old star player Sherman Lau who was named MVP at the All Hong Kong Inter-Secondary Schools Softball Competition for her consistent performance.
HK's speed skater at the 2019 Winter Universiade on learning resilience through injury, and academic discipline through sports
After injuring his ankle, skater Sidney Chu learned that there are no short cuts on the road to recovery.
For those of you who are at the rugby and just can’t keep track of the tries, or you’re not at the stadium at all.