The 'Winter Wonderkid' spends gruelling 12-hour days training on the French Alps 140 days a year.
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Sport is a major part of many boys' lives. It's no different for Alex Mortensen even though he suffers from epilepsy. Alex is a Form Six student at ...
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Squash star Ho Ka-po made history this summer when she became the first Hong Kong player to top the world women's junior rankings. Her success came after ...
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Hong Kong's school ice hockey champions, Po Leung Kuk No 1 W. H. Cheung College, rarely step on ...
(From left) Matthew Ho, William Yu and Ho Chik-hin
Hong Kong's under-16 football squad are experiencing a bitter-sweet taste despite qualifying for the first time for next year's Asian Football Confederation ...
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Hong Kong will have 306 athletes competing at the sixth and final East Asian Games, which begin in Tianjin, China, on Sunday. The team will face China, North ...
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Swimmer Siobhan Haughey claimed Hong Kong's first-ever gold medal at the World Youth Championships by just a fingertip. She won her race in Dubai, in the ...
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Injuries are athletes' worst enemies. They can strike at any moment, hampering careers or even ending them. Derrick Rose knows all about them.

Game For Anything - Canoe Polo

Reporter Chris Lau paddles about vigilantly in the Shing Mun River to try out the exciting sport of canoe polo.Read the full story:
YP sub-editor Amy Russell hones her wakesurfing skills in Tai Tam Tuk.
You like snowboarding? What about surfing? You may not feel up to braving the huge swells during a typhoon in Hong Kong, but there is another way to surf the ...
Fencing gold medallist Edgar Cheung (left) and squash medallist Choi Uen-shan (left) during the awards ceremony.
Local athletes did well at the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing , which ran from August 16 to 24. They bagged 20 medals - two gold, five silver and 13 bronze.