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The 'Winter Wonderkid' spends gruelling 12-hour days training on the French Alps 140 days a year.
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Goalkeeper Alex catches on_L
Goalkeeper Alex Pang Chong-san takes after Arnold Schwarzenegger's cyborg character in Terminator in one important way: both have the catchphrase ...
(From left) Nestor Wong, Vincent Wong, Yuen Cheuk-yin and Kitty Lo.
There is only one day to go before the grand opening ceremony of the fourth Hong Kong Games at Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground tomorrow night.
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Simpson Chang Ho-tin has had a crazy time in the sport of lawn bowls. He has yet to win a youth competition title, but surprisingly he took a national ...
(From left, back row) coach Pau Marti Vicente and manager Kenneth Kwok; (Front row) Jonathan Linux Cheung, Sun Ming-him, Yang Lok-hang and Barnett Cheng See-chun.
Come on everybody! It's the time to give Hong Kong's boys team some great home support when the five-nation qualifying competition for next year's under-14 ...
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When she first competed in the Special Olympics World Winter Games, Karen Tam could barely let go of her mother's hand.
Windsurfer Adrian Lee hopes to finish among the top five at July's World Junior Championships in Cyprus.
Windsurfer Adrian Lee Chun-ting is the reigning Asian junior champion, but his rise to stardom wasn't always smooth sailing. In the first six months of training ...
Lee headed to victory in Belarus last month.
Ever since she brought home a bronze medal from last summer's Olympic Games in London, track cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze seems to be unstoppable.
Jack Wong (left) and Lawrence Lo
Good partnerships sometimes start with intense rivalry. Want proof? Meet top teen tennis doubles pair: Jack Wong Hong-kit and Lawrence Lo. They are both ...
The Sevens encourage a display of Hong Kong pride.
The month of March is famous for many things: crazy hares, St Patrick's Day ... But perhaps the most talked about March event in Hong Kong is the Rugby Sevens ...
Climber Jenny Wu_L
Climbing competitor Jenny Wu Wing-yu believes brains, rather than strength, are the secret of success in her sport.