The 21-year-old Notre Dame student Kaylin Hsieh Sin-yan began her road to defending title on Saturday in Durham, North Carolina.
Gold medallist Cheung Ka-long will be part of team that competes in multi-sport event in Chengdu this summer.
Angus Ng at least has marriage to look forward to as he lasts just 26 minutes against Li Shifeng at All England Open Championships, days after beating Li to win German Open.
Lin Ming-fu triumphs despite being fatigued after his efforts in a recent schools meet, and is eager to start training full-time.
Simmi Chan Sin-yuk, 20, wins Columbia University its first ever women’s individual title at the US Collegiate National Championships.
Hong Kong swimming sensation Siobhan Haughey is in red-hot form as she gears up for July’s World Championships in Fukuoka.
Three-time world snooker champion Ng On-yee might have to go all the way at the Women’s British Open in May to guarantee main tour return.
Siobhan Haughey outside Paris 2024 qualifying standard in one of her less favoured events, but leaves Florida with Olympic ‘A’ times in two others.
Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan of Thailand triumphs, as 12-time champion Reanne Evans slams tournament’s £8,000 (US$9,600) winner’s cheque, compared with £500,000 for men’s event.
Hongkonger third in 200m freestyle behind 16-year-old Summer McIntosh and US’ Katie Ledecky, but meets Olympic qualifying standard, then shows her breaststroke prowess.
As qualifying starts for Paris 2024, Kaylin Hsieh Sin-yan skips world ranking events to try to repeat her winning formula at the national college competition.
Shek Wai-hung started the season on a high note in Germany by clinching his first World Cup medal in four years, and is poised for the second leg in Qatar.
Hongkonger chasing qualifying times for Paris 2024 but also competitive experience, having not featured in an international long-course meet in 20 months.
Full-time teacher leaps 12.99m on final day of Hong Kong Athletics Series event at Wan Chai Sports Ground, having gone 12.88m moments earlier.
Kong Chun-ki, Chan Pui-kei and Leung Kwan-yi battle it out at Wan Chan Sports Ground, with sprint trio all coming in under 12 seconds.
This weekend’s Hong Kong Athletics Series 1 kicks off packed six months for Phoebe Chung Wai-yan, who finished fourth at the Asian Indoor Championships.
Prospect of Olympic bronze medallist retiring comes into focus again with Hong Kong cycling chief admitting ‘we haven’t heard from her for a while’.
More than 400 athletes expected to descend on city for seventh stop in the Breaking For Gold World Series, which begins on Friday in Japan.
The city’s Asian Games quartet dominated the last leg of the 2022 Hong Kong windsurfing circuit in Shek O, winning men’s and women’s IQFoil and RS: X.
Wong Wan-chun finishes in top 100 at Cross Country Worlds, but is ‘under lot of pressure’ with Nike providing ‘unsuitable’ training gear and unwilling to terminate deal.
Ma Kwan-ching will lead the city’s charge during a busy summer, with Paris Olympics qualifier and Hangzhou Asian Games both on the horizon.
Olympic qualification points and Asian Games places up for grabs at race at Plover Cove next weekend.
Wins for mixed doubles pair and Angus Ng get Hong Kong off to a fast start in Group D in Doha.
Organisers have yet to comment on move that could potentially pave way for country’s athletes to qualify for Paris Olympics, but Hong Kong gymnastics boss says it will hurt medal chances.
Wong Wan-chun will take part in the World Athletics Cross Country Championships this Saturday.
Eric Wong and Virginia Lo race same distance at the city’s flagship event for the first time.
City’s sports chief Timothy Fok Tsun-ting hints at bid to host World Beach Games as well as Association of National Olympic Committees.
Runner-up in 2021, the 22-year-old is favourite to be the first local woman to finish Sunday’s race. Christy Yiu, who is expecting her second child in April, is unable to defend her title.
After civil unrest and Covid restrictions the 100km challenge is back this month, and team including OTW veteran Wong Ho-chung have set themselves target of 11 hrs 30 mins for race.
‘No one, not even myself, expected this,’ says Ho Tze-lok, who is now among top four Asians in world rankings after surprise run at Cleveland Classic.