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The 34-year-old, a four-time Asian Games medallist and two-time Olympian, is forced to give up on trying to qualify for Tokyo after battling a recurring injury.
Well-known Hong Kong athletes are depicted performing their skills on a table top, while others feature in videos exercising with their families.
Former Davis Cup player Jason Sankey says ‘you can’t stop people from working and then not support them’ as he calls for better guidelines for allowing coaches to keep working.
More than 40 countries now have disabled sailing programmes after the sport was removed from the roster because of a lack of entries.
The daughter of former Philippines President Fidel Ramos says women are often depicted as troublemakers when they speak up about harassment.
Officials from sanctioning bodies and Hong Kong Golf Association say they are looking for a suitable date for the tournament after the new year.
Around 13,000 viewers watched the last match of the previous season in March, with many overseas fans tuning into online broadcasts
The campaign is launched by veteran journalist Ricardo Setyon, whose contacts forged over more than 30 years include the country’s biggest stars.
Sports integrity services provider Sportradar says players and officials are more vulnerable to corrupt approaches as Asia leads the way in global betting.
Reports quoting Iran’s official state media say the 27-year-old was hanged on Saturday morning, with rights groups demanding sanctions against Iran
The 1986 decision to ban all foreign players from the Hong Kong First Division was the beginning of the end for the city’s top flight and the league has never been the same again.
AFC general secretary Windsor John says Hong Kong has been among the pioneers of Asian football, providing the body with its first four presidents.
Petrie broke barriers with his three historic signings but they were gone inside two years, with reports of him being chased down Leighton Road by a Chinese player wielding a hatchet.
Derek Currie, Walter Gerrard and Jackie Trainer are the first Western pros to play in Asia, opening the doors for a flood of foreign talent from around the world.
The deal with SIA Sports Media Group, brokered by FMA, will offer matches to viewers in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
Covid-19 restrictions rule out holding the event in November but organisers say they are ‘reviewing suitable options’ to stage the tournament.
Hong Kong Tennis Associations says it will lobby the government to refine its policies on shutdowns while fencing coach Wong Tsan is still waiting to reopen his academy.
Ex-player Andy Brothers wants to know why some business are allowed to remain open while sports facilities are closed during the third wave of Covid-19 infections.
The Iroquois Nationals men’s team, whose ancestors originated the sport, want to play in the 2022 World Games, with Hong Kong and China backing their bid.
Rawbone and his wife Kay founded the charity in 2009 at the Hebe Haven Yacht Club, helping those with physical and intellectual disabilities find joy in sailing.
An emotional and overwhelmed Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho thanks all his supporters after receiving four times the target amount to treat his condition, which was first diagnosed during the 2018 Asian Games.
The 25-year-old beach volleyball player had a bone-marrow transplant in February 2019 after being diagnosed during the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.
Much-travelled Ghotbi, who helped South Korea reach the 2002 World Cup semi-finals, says he is fascinated by China’s culture and its people
Hong Kong Olympic officials Kenneth Kwok and Vivien Lau say many athletes are struggling because of uncertainty over qualifying competitions
Sarah Lee, Vivian Kong and Grace Lau say the one-year countdown to rescheduled Tokyo Olympics is overshadowed by the pandemic, while Angus Ng says he struggled to stay motivated.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach says he is confident China will fulfil its commitments to human rights amid criticism of its treatment of Uygur Muslims.
The under-19 50-over Cup is under way with competitive cricket being played in Hong Kong for the first time since Covid-19 restrictions were imposed
Jack Charlton made several visits to Hong Kong in the 1990s, including as a special guest for the 1995 Lunar New Year Cup draw.
South African Siya Alam joins Fogerty and three other new recruits in the Valley squad for next season
The club is continuing to sponsor the governing body’s ‘Cricket For All’ vision financially and with its Braidwood centre indoor venue.