Long-distance HK runner Alex Mai was victorious at the Standard Chartered Marathon and has his eyes on the ultimate prize of taking part in the Olympics.

Game For Anything - Lawn Bowls

Lawn bowls might not be the most exciting sport but it doesn't mean it's easy as YP editor Susan found out.Read the story:
It takes time and patience to learn how hard to deliver the bowl, and at what angle.
Lawn bowls may seem a bit boring compared to all the other exciting things that Team YP has tried this summer. You won't find me "doing the roo" at a bowls ...
(From left) Cobie Chan, Pansy Chan, Choi Uen-shan, Alvin Yuen, Alex Lau and Chris Lo have big hopes for the Asian Young Games.
The Hong Kong junior squash team will send six players to the second Asian Youth Games in Nanjing next month. Pansy Chan, Choi Uen-shan and Cobie ...
Mabel Sieh gets to grips with Pilates at Options Studio, Central, with the help of instructor David Claase.
After my less-than-10-minutes of fame on Young Post's YouTube Olympic series, I decided to continue my sporting stardom with Pilates.
Geoffrey Leung (left) and Alvin Ng.
It takes only around a minute to complete a 1,200m race, but jockeys train for years to achieve that time. Jockeys Geoffrey Leung and Alvin Ng can tell you ...

Game For Anything - Pilates

Reporter Mabel gives Pilates a try this summer which turns out to be as much of a test of physical as well as mental strength.Read the story:
Swimmer Rachel Leung, a Form Six student from Diocesan Girls' School, really loves a challenge.
Rachel Leung Ya-yuan loves challenges. Not only is the Form Six student at Diocesan Girls' School a star athlete, she's also a dedicated volunteer and a bit ...
From left, Yonny Chung, Yoyo Ng and Alex Lee don't fear their opponents.
Badminton aces Alex Lee Cheuk-yiu, Yoyo Ng Tsz-yau and Yonny Chung don't fear their rivals at the Asian Youth Games (AYG) in Nanjing , even though they will be facing some ...
(Back row, from left) Keiji Matsuzawa, Hiroyuki Mak, Mino Tatsuki, Kosaku Matsuzawa, Taishi Ono, Atsuki Shinsha, Jonathan Drapeau, Max Nyrop, coach Shingo Tanamasu; (front row) Katsuma Kobayashi, Jay Fong, Ryuji Doi, Daigo Tanamasu, Taichi Fukui, Arnold Ng and Tommy Hill.
Each summer, thousands of children in the United States try to imitate their professional baseball heroes when they play Little League Baseball. Just like those ...
Practising one of the high capoeira kicks was not easy.
With its quick and cool-looking moves combining dance and acrobatics, the Brazilian martial art of capoeira is something John has always wanted to try out.