Ice hockey is a fast-paced, high-octane sport with rather unsociable training hours – but Eito Ishizuka and his teammates are used to it.
YP cadets Maggie Suen (left) and Chloe Fung make waves at Stanley Harbor. In stand-up paddle boarding, the key is the maintain your balance.
The sun was shining brightly on the calm waters of Stanley Harbor as we made our way along the shore to the Hong Kong Aqua-bound Center. It was perfect weather to try stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) for the first time.

Bounce around at Ryze, HK's first trampoline park

See what the hype is all about at Hong Kong's first TRAMPOLINE park as we speak to co-founder Case Lawrence to find out more about our city's newest attraction.
Dicky Liu (left) and Mike Doleuze are on the right track to success
If you weigh less than 50kg and think riding race horses sounds like a fun job, you should consider becoming a jockey.
Young Post cadet Miranda Yeung goes ziplining above a waterfall in Ma On Shan Country Park.
Sitting on the edge of a cliff overlooking the rushing waterfall below was nerve-racking. It was a long way down. But there was no turning back. With a quick push off the ledge, I was flying through the air, gliding down the zipline that had been set up between the two cliffs in the heart of Ma On...

Skateboarding in Hong Kong

Skateboarding is no longer just an underground sport. With skate parks springing up across the city, there has never been a better time to give it a go. Hidden away in Fanling is the home to the SBC skateboarding crew.
Bosco Chu says skateboarding is better than other sports
Hidden away within the grim, industrial surroundings of Fanling is a bright pop of colour. This warehouse studio, surrounded by skateboards covered in neon paint splatters and bright graphics, is home to the SBC skateboarding crew.
Manchester City added a third trophy to last season's historic success. After claiming both the English League Cup and the English Premier League title, they won last month's Hong Kong Soccer Sevens championship - the annual seven-a-side event held at the Hong Kong Football Club.
The World Cup kicks off in Brazil tomorrow. Here's what the Young Post team and cadets are most looking forward to.
Olá! The World Cup is almost upon us, and here at Young Post we are getting just a little bit excited. A month of football in the sport's spiritual home, Brazil, will be a blast.
A school rugby team, which struggled to find players after being formed only four years ago, is now the best in Hong Kong.