2013 Asian Youth Games

2013 Asian Youth Games

The Asian Youth Games are held every four years to celebrate the best of the continent’s young athletes. The second ever Games are currently being held in Nanjing, China, and Hong Kong has sent 102 athletes from 13 sports to compete.

Young Post’s sports reporter Kevin Kung is in Nanjing, following all the action, as our medal hopes do their best to overcome competition from around the region.

Keep checking this page for all you need to know about the games. Also, stay tuned to our Young Post Active Facebook page and Twitter @youngposthk for updates on how our squad is doing.

Recaps of the action

Junior star athletes tell Young Post about their time at the Games and their plans

- Gold eludes squash stars

- Dash, splash, and then some medals

- A silver for singles star

- Lack of medal power

- Second gold for Hong Kong

- Hail rugby's golden boys

- Local fencer's fantastic performance earns her a silver medal

- Tears after squash final for Hong Kong's Pansy Chan

- Local junior table tennis players win bronze medals

- Tian-yi dives to a bronze and Hong Kong's first medal

- Games over for Hong Kong's lone judoka

- Winner-takes-all showdown kicks off

- Handballers fall short

Previews of the athletes competing

- Athletics
- Badminton
- Fencing
- Football
- Girls' rugby
- Golf
- Handball
- Judo
- Rugby
- Squash
- Swimming
- Table tennis
- Tennis



To post comments please
register or