Hong Kong saved their best for the last, winning two gold medals on the final day of East Asian Games in Tianjin on Tuesday.Tuesday, 15 October, 2013, 4:31pm
Hong Kong’s wushu team will return from the East Asian Games with an impressive collection of medals after adding three gold, two silver and one bronze to the total in Tianjin yesterday.9 Oct 2013 - 11:31pm
Riko Matsuzaki of Japan upset the script by winning the first gold medal at the sixth East Asian Games in Tianjin today, creating a small uproar among the fans at the Olympic Sports Centre.
The distance runner claimed the women’s 5,000 metres in 16 minutes and 9.72 seconds, beating Kim Chun-mi of North Korea (16:35.79) and Fu Tinglian of China (16:40.52).7 Oct 2013 - 12:36pm
The biennial event will take place in Kuala Lumpur in May and Hong Kong will again have the opportunity to test themselves against world powerhouses such as China, Denmark, South Korea and Malaysia.27 Mar 2013 - 4:27am
The Chinese National Olympic Committee has turned down a request by the Asian Rugby Football Union (ARFU) to include sevens in next year's East Asian Games in Tianjin.10 Nov 2012 - 3:09am
At last, champions of Asia. Even if it is only seven-a-side rugby, Hong Kong's triumph at a former bastion of British colonialism, the Bombay Gymkhana Club, last Sunday is long overdue.21 Oct 2012 - 5:18am
This past week has once again been a reminder of what a powerful force sport can be. I have been enjoying the cricket, the ICC World Twenty20, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, made all the better by the success of the host team, who are in today's final. Win or lose, Sri Lankans love to party.7 Oct 2012 - 2:21am
A fortnight ago, scrumhalf Josh Peters led the Hong Kong under-20 rugby squad to a runners-up place at the Asian Sevens Championship in Johor Baharu, Malaysia. You could almost hear the champagne corks popping at the headquarters of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union. The result may have come at a junior event but the ramifications for the sport at all levels are enormous.8 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
The government underestimated the expense of hosting the 2009 East Asian Games by 20 per cent - and its predictions of income were even less accurate, the Audit Commission revealed.
Instead of the predicted HK$117 million in revenue, the event grossed 54 per cent more: HK$180 million, the audit said.14 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
The outstanding performances in the first half of the Asian Games is proof the city should bid to host the event in 2023, says Hong Kong Sports Institute chairman Eric Li.
Li said the elite academy fully backed a bid and said hosting the multi-sports event would significantly raise sporting standards.21 Nov 2010 - 12:00am