Guillemot forced out of Vendee yacht race
Aussie Lester claims Hong Kong bowls title
Stanley Lai Gon-lap's success at the World Champion of Champions tournament in Cyprus may have given him a huge morale boost for this weekend's Hong Kong International Classic, but he will still...
A lack of experience in lawn bowls did not mean young talents were unable to match veterans of the sport at this year's Inter-school Lawn Bowls Competition.
Form Five student Yeung Hiu-lam is not focused just on getting into university to study psychology. The wheelchair-bound 18-year-old is an elite boccia player and has her sights set on the 2012...
Being limited to a wheelchair does not mean that one has to be a spectator it comes to sports. Wheelchair users are able to enjoy the game of boccia, which is similar to bowls.
Name Angel So Ka-he
School St Stephen's Girls' College
Grade Form Seven
Sport Lawn bowls
Angel, 18, is a member of Hong Kong's youth...
Lawn bowls is a sport with a long history. It was introduced to Hong Kong more than 100 years ago.
Hong Kong's boccia team narrowly lost medal chances yesterday in the last two events, leaving it with an overall prize tally of one gold and one silver. Individual gold medallist Karen Kwok Hoi-...
Hong Kong athlete Karen Kwok Hoi-ying won two straight games in the Paralympics boccia tournament yesterday.
Nineteen-year-old New Zealand teenager Mark Watt claimed the Hong Kong International Classic singles title yesterday when he beat English veteran Mervyn King in the final at Kowloon Bowling Green...
South African Neil Burkett treats pairs partner Wayne Perry as a gauge of sorts, using the 25-year old not as a measure of talent, but one of age and experience.