The former world No 5 has not picked up a cue in a month and will only have 10 days to prepare but he simply wants to enjoy the experience.
With stadiums and facilities closed since early January because of a surge in infections, clubs feel it is impossible to complete the season on time.
The women’s squad are preparing for their world championship in Maryland, USA in June while the men are aiming for August’s Under 21 event in Ireland.
The ex-player from Myanmar who lived in Hong Kong for many years died on Saturday after a six-month battle with cancer.
IOC president Thomas Bach strikes an unusual political tone in his speech, calling on the world to ‘give peace a chance’ and urging equal access to Covid-19 vaccines
Su’s big air gold was the host nation’s sixth – the most it has ever won at a Winter Olympics – while Gu’s silver helped China to 12 medals overall.
The 17-year-old sensation tuns on the magic in his second run to ensure there would be no controversy this time with a convincing victory.
The US rapper performs the gesture in what many believe is in support of Colin Kaepernick, the former quarterback who first took a knee to protest racial injustice.
Ng’s loss means there will be a first-time world champion after 12-time winner Reanne Evans also goes out in the last eight.
World champion Liu becomes Hungary’s first-ever individual gold medallist at the Winter Olympics after a dominant win in the final.
Gao completed an all-Asian podium with South Korea’s Cha Min-kyu taking silver and Japan’s Wataru Morishige winning bronze.
The tournament at the Ding Junhui Academy returns for the first time since 2019 and acts as a pathway event for the mainstream tour.
American Chen makes up for his failure four years ago with a stunning free skate performance as Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu finishes fourth.
Iztok Sumatic tells ‘snowboard bible’ Whitelines if judges had seen gold winner Max Parrot’s double-knee grab, he would have received a different score.
Hong Kong Tennis Association chief Philip Mok says Hong Kong’s anti-coronavirus strategy is not working and sport is being singled out while malls are still full.
‘What a mistake. What a disappointment. This will live in infamy for the rest of time,’ NBC announcers reportedly said after favourite Shiffrin failed to finish her slalom run.
The 17-year-old snowboarding sensation records an impressive 86.80 points on his first run to qualify for the 12-man finals in first place ahead of his hero Mark McMorris.
Xi Jinping declares Games ‘open’ during scaled back ceremony as IOC president Thomas Bach calls for world peace and says Games mark start of new global movement in winter sports.
The Chinese pair are among seven Summer and Winter Games athletes who are showcasing their art during the Beijing Olympics.
Lo Yuk-kwong and Wyman Tang have chosen the physical sport of kabaddi as a vehicle to help Hong Kong people embrace aspects of South Asian culture.
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Organisers have lowered the Ct value to 35 from 40, which means those recovering from Covid-19 are less likely to test positive on arrival in Beijing.
President of the Asian Electronic Sports Federation wants Hong Kong to be part of the qualifying campaign for September’s Hangzhou Asian Games.
Brian McCloskey, the Beijing 2022 medical chief, says the closed loop meant to seal the Olympic family from the rest of China is serving its purpose.
With his swimming career on hold, Sun Yang is using his high-profile brand and personality to sell products online and fans are lapping it up.
Organisers separate men’s and women’s top prizes, with fencer Cheung Ka-long winning Olympic gold and swimmer Siobhan Haughey taking two silvers in Tokyo and setting a world record in 2021.
Government wants industry to be valued at 1 trillion yuan by 2025 with 300 million citizens involved on the back of 2022 Beijing Olympics.
A private investigator says he has been given ‘persuasive evidence of corruption among the Australian and England teams’.
All are banned from representing Hong Kong for one year, while two players receive additional HK$6,000 fine and three are fined HK$3,000.
Organisers expect the leading boats to reach the finish on Tuesday based on Monday’s weather.