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Ice hockey is a fast-paced, high-octane sport with rather unsociable training hours – but Eito Ishizuka and his teammates are used to it.
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Hong Kong is finding its place in downhill skateboard racing.
Hitting speeds of up to 100km per hour, downhill skateboard racing is quickly stealing onto the Hong Kong sports scene.
Sammi Tsang (centre) is kitted out for the ride, alongside Lam Man-hay (left) and Vincent Chan, who also have type 1 diabetes and will take part in the ride.
Cycling some 410km over four days isn't easy for anyone. But imagine taking on such a challenge while also dealing with an illness.
The Hong Kong boys (from left) Mike Fu, Andy Chow and Victor Wong met Aston Villa academy coach Nick Shaw to learn the secrets of the Premier League's success
If you are crazy about football, there are few better places to visit than Britain. The country that invented the beautiful game is also home to some of the world's most famous teams and players.
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Whether you are a marathon runner, you have a thing for climbing stairs or you prefer working out at night, read on. We are sure there's a charity sports challenge for you.
In the US, gaming teams like Fuse can win millions of dollars playing at major events.
Fans scream their names, they train for hours each day, and millions watch them compete to be the best in the world.
Siobhan Haughey of Hong Kong checks her time after finishing second in the 200m individual medley final at the Nanjing Youth Olympics.
Siobhan Haughey, winner of the 2013 Student of the Year: Sportsperson award, struck silver in the pool on Sunday night to secure Hong Kong's first medal of the Nanjing Youth Olympics...
YP cadet Chloe Fung prepares to wakeboard in Shek O With Team Islandwake
Wakeboarding is a fun and challenging combination of water skiing, surfing and snowboarding. You have to ride your board over the surface of the water while being towed by a motorboat, and that's not easy!
Andrew Tong has mastered some of the challenging flips and tricks.
The law of gravity applies to everything in the universe. Everything, that is, except for the guys at Hong Kong Parkour Association's (HKPA) Movement Lab, who seem to have made it their mission to prove Isaac Newton wrong.
Ma Qinghua dreams of becoming the first Chinese Formula One racer.
There has never been a Formula One driver from China, but that could soon change as a Shanghai speedster zips past the chequered flag.
Ryze has Hong Kong bouncing with excitement.
It was a bounce fest last Friday at the opening of Hong Kong's first 8,000-square-foot jumping arena, Ryze Ultimate Trampoline Park.