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This born-and-raised Hongkonger proves that with a strong work ethic and determination it is possible to excel in both one’s sports career and studies.
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Barry works his jab with Jay Lau.
The team have been trying out Olympic sports, and we'll be sharing our experiences - good, bad and ugly. This week: Barry C Chung puts 'em up

YP does the Olympics - Boxing

Young Post reporter Barry gets into the ring and puts 'em up.Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/PdJxjm
Shooting guard Jason Chan will represent Hong Kong at next week's 6th Asian Schools Boys Basketball Championships in Beijing.
After seven years working at his sport, basketball player Jason Chan Chung-yeung has found a happy ending: the ugly duckling has turned into a swan.
Louis Lee Lam (left) and Sam Tseng will both compete in Hong Kong's annual Rose Bowl competition tomorrow.
Students Louis Lee Lam and Sam Tseng Tsz-chuen may look like magicians when handling a pack of playing cards. Yet the duo are among millions of ...
Thanks to Bee Chan (in grey) and Carson Chung (in blue), Leon Lee manages to get on a horse - and stay there; at least while the photos were taken.
The team have been trying out Olympic sports, and we'll be sharing our experiences - good, bad and ugly. This week: Leon Lee gets on a horse

YP does the Olympics - Equestrianism

Young Post web editor Leon hitches up his saddle and gives equestrianism a shot.Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/M6dULc
Giuliano Stroe (RIGHT) and his brother, Claudio, showed their gymnastic talents as toddlers.
Romanian brothers Giuliano and Claudio Stroe look like your typical European youngsters. Dressed in shorts, matching Iron Man shirts and running ...
Kevin Kung (left) learns the difference between port and starboard, and how to raise a jib, thanks to Chan Yu-ting.
The team have been trying out Olympic sports, and we'll be sharing our experiences - good, bad and ugly. This week: Kevin Kung goes sailing

YP does the Olympics - Sailing

Young Post reporter Kevin tries his hands at the sport of sailing.Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/N1yOsg
Fanny Chung and Mak Chun-yin, both 17, hope to make their Hong Kong international lifesaving debuts at the National Championships in Beijing next month.
For many of us, lifesaving is a job carried out by the life guards at a swimming pool or beach. Yet Form Five students Mak Chun-yin, of Kwun Tong ...