HK Sports Institute professional athletes prove hard work leads to more than success - it can bring happiness
HKSI’s Open Day shows the public that sports stars have to work really hard, but they are the ‘happiest people’ doing what they love.
Ukrainian tennis prodigy Dasha Lopatetskaya on not being intimidated by others' success, and having a healthy relationship with food
Daria Lopatetska might only be 15, but she's already making a name for herself in the tennis world.
National figure skating champion Christy Leung-yi on missing out on being a 'regular teenager' and why she once wanted to give up
We speak to national figure skating champion Christy Leung-yi about how she finds the time to master the sport while studying, and what motivates her to keep skating.
Why Krav Maga, a form of martial arts that makes Gal Gadot lethal even when she's not Wonder Woman, is perfect for self-defence
The Israeli army fighting system teaches you to counter-attack while targeting the weak points of the human body.
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Hong Kong Sports Institute teenage rower on how the right balance of rest and dedication helped her become a better athlete
Programme overseen by the Hong Kong Sports Institute and Lam Tai Fai College allows for both studying and training.
HK junior windsurfing champ on the sport's unpredictability, staying calm in rough waters, and mastering the wind like Maui in Moana
The 18-year-old student athlete was recently crowned champion of the youth category at the 2018 RS:X Windsurfing Asian Championships.
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Kellett School netball stars explain how important team spirit, a sense of belonging, and 'me time' are to athletes and students
It was the fourth and final quarter of an international schools netball tournament finals, but there wasn’t a clear victor yet. Kellett School from Hong Kong and Dulwich College from Shanghai were neck and neck, and it was unnerving for both teams.
Heep Yunn School triathlete on ruining her own chances to compete at the Youth Olympic Games and the lesson it taught her
After one bad race destroyed her confidence, the 17-year-old triathlete learned to care for both her physical and mental health.