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The 19-year-old national team member first fell in love with the mini bowling game at the family-friendly arcade chain
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Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq, seen here at a press conference ahead of the World Cup, needs some of Imran Khan's spirit
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq needs to adopt the uncompromising attitude Imran Khan employed in 1992 if the class of 2015 want to emulate that triumph at this year’s Cricket World Cup
The ICC Cricket World Cup kicks off on Saturday, with 14 teams competing in 49 matches across New Zealand and Australia. Here's a handy guide to the squads for each country.
Anson Cheung has worked on his technique so he can compete with the best.
You can't accuse hurdler Anson Cheung Wang-fung of not aiming for the top. He wants to be as good as Olympic gold medallist Liu Xiang.
(From left) Tse Ka-wai and Frederick Li expect to finish their run in about one hour.
Most runners consider the treadmill a second choice. But other than his school's annual sports day, jogging indoors on a moving belt is the only way to work out for partially sighted marathon lover Tse Ka-wai.
(From left) Kitty Chan, Anna Hung, Wilson Kwok, Oscar Cheung and Felix Wong are all in the running.
You have to be at least 16 to take part in the 10km and half-marathon races at Sunday's Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon, but that hasn't stopped a group of younger students from getting in on the action.
Third-year Baptist University student Wong Siu-tin says one advantage to playing basketball if that "girls like it".
Wong Siu-tin loves playing basketball, and one reason is the same that any other 20-year-old male would give: "girls like it."
Cyclists practise at the Hong Kong Velodrome, which was built at a cost of HK$600 million.
Think you can just hop on a bike and go cycling at Hong Kong Velodrome Park in Tseung Kwan O? Think again. You need to get off and walk your bike to the velodrome if you want to try the tracks.
A Grade Basketball Boys team and their coaches.
We are proud to announce a stunning sequence of sporting successes at South Island School. On Thursday, December 11, in the final of the A Grade Rugby Boys Interschool Rugby Competition at HK Foodball Club, SIS scored a convincing win over Hong Kong International School (69 – 5).
(From left) Oscar Leung, Kim Lau, and Wong Ka-shing have learned that sport can bring out the best in people.
We know that sport has the power to unite people around the world. But a group of local students are learning that it can also change lives.
People were surprised when professional badminton player Yip Pui-yin opened up a cake shop, but she's determined to prove she knows how to bake a smashing cake.