What is your favourite sport?

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 27 May, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 27 May, 2007, 12:00am

The first 10 readers to vote this week will win a bandanna and Jack Sparrow phone strap from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. Special thanks to Intercontinental Film Distributors (H.K.) Ltd.

Jonathan Tsun, 15

Though I don't do much sport, I really enjoy playing badminton when I have time. The combination of speed and agility makes it challenging. It's really exciting when I can play against someone who is a lot better than me, and win! The adrenaline that flows through my body while playing sports is something that I probably couldn't live without.

Daphne Tsou, 14

Dancing, basketball, and American football. In eighth grade, my friend and I were the only girls on our school football team, so it was a bit awkward during practices and games.

Han Lim Kim, 14

Volleyball. I started playing it in middle school and I have some great memories of my team members. Although all group sports demand team member co-operation, volleyball players bond faster than players of other team sports.

Becky Mak, 15

I enjoy watching and playing a variety of sports. My favourite sport to play is football. My dad taught me how to play when I was in third grade and I've loved it ever since. I also like running but mostly for leisure. I like biking but I haven't biked in Hong Kong yet. I especially like watching football and baseball.

Rosedavijay Lo, 15

I like all sports apart from golf but I've always loved running. You can do it by yourself, and at your own pace. You can go in any direction, as fast or as slow as you want, as far as you want, depending on the strength of your feet and lungs. The only limit is yourself.

Tegan Smyth, 17

Probably martial arts. I've been doing kung fu since I was 10 and I've loved every moment of it. It's so graceful yet powerful. I have tried my hand at team sports, for example, being goalie for my school hockey team. But I wasn't very good at it - seeing people charge at you at high speed is quite daunting.

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