Medal hopeful Lee Wai-sze experienced one of the greatest moments of her sporting career when she led the Hong Kong delegation into the Olympic Stadium in the opening ceremony - and the track cycling star was still in festival mood when she started her first practice sessSunday, 29 July, 2012, 12:00am
Medal hopeful Lee Wai-sze experienced one of the greatest moments of her sporting career when she led the Hong Kong delegation into the Olympic Stadium in the opening ceremony - and the track cycling star was still in festival mood when she started her first practice session yesterday at the Velopark since arriving in London.29 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
Hong Kong has had its best-ever results at the 46th International Children's Games. The city's young athletes picked up a total of 18 medals at the games, which were held at Daegu, South Korea, from July 12 to 16.
The 14 athletes from the Hong Kong delegation are aged 12 to 15.19 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
Stephanie Au Hoi-shun is aiming to break new ground - and the one-minute barrier - in her pet event when she takes to the water at the London Olympics.26 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Marathon swimmer Natasha Tang Wing-yung has qualified for the Olympic Games.
And she could be joined by four teammates in London if they have their way.
Tang became the first Hong Kong swimmer to qualify for the Games after she finished 12th in an open-water selection race in Portugal at the weekend.11 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
A four-member Hong Kong squad leave for the world titles in Shanghai today with the target of qualifying for next year's London Olympics.
Headed by Hannah Wilson, who won two gold medals at the 2009 World University Games, the squad features three other Hong Kong record holders, Claudia Lau Yin-yan, Sze Hang-yu and David Wong Kai-wai.21 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Asian Games medallists Au Sin-ying, Sze Hang-yu and Stephanie Au Hoi-shun will spearhead a strong 100-member squad for this summer's World University Games - the largest yet from Hong Kong since first taking part in 1985.20 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
Claudia Lau Yin-yan reached the world championships B qualifying standard in winning the 100-metre backstroke at the Olympic Time Trial at Shing Mun Valley Pool yesterday. Lau beat Hannah Wilson into second with a time of one minute and 3.18 seconds. Wilson returned specially from the US for the meet, but had already qualified for Shanghai through her achievements at the Asian Games.18 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
Jaique Ip Wan-in cried tears of joy last night as she led Hong Kong to an upset 3-1 win over China in the women's 6-red snooker competition.
Ip and teammates Ng On-yee and So Man-yan earned Hong Kong their second gold medal and kept them in fourth place in the medals standings.15 Nov 2010 - 12:00am