The 15-year-old German Swiss International School student took the top prize at Sunday's new Hong Kong Jockey Club Asian Junior Grand Prix.
Cricket is a notoriously long and arduous game, but that won’t deter three top players from KGV. They tell us why Hong Kong has what it takes to go the distance in the sport.
After winning Hong Kong’s first medal at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympics on Monday, fencer Kaylin Hsieh Sin-yan scored another silver medal for the city in the Mixed Continental Team event yesterday.
The American player talked about school, stress and self-confidence when she was in town for the Hong Kong Open.
The former Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School student returned to his old school to speak about his path to international rugby stardom.
Teen skaters Kahlen Cheung and Jacke Zhao’s victories in elite junior categories give fans hope for the future of figure skating in the city.
The epee expert is the second Hong Kong fencer ever to win a medal at the junior Olympics.
The former WIS student is the first Hong Kong-based player to get a scholarship to the top-ranked American university for football.
Twenty-five of Hong Kong's top young athletes have flown to Buenos Aires to take part in the third YOG, which open today.
Over 180 skaters from nine Asian countries and regions including Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand gathered in the city for a three-day figure skating challenge.
The 25 athletes will fly to Buenos Aires tonight ahead of this weekend's opening.