Senior Reporter, Sport
Shirley joined the SCMP in 2022 after more than 20 years as a senior reporter for a local newspaper and has covered five Summer Olympic Games, three Asian Games, two National Games, one Universiade, and one World Cup.
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Fong Hoi-sun wondered if ‘the years of effort were worth it’ but has renewed vigour after run to Cairo quarter-finals – and wants to go one step further by winning World Championships medal.
Super 500 tournament could go ahead in November, with players saying they will support ‘closed loop’ arrangement if it means spectators can attend.
Hongkonger wins two events at JICF International Track Cup in Japan, following comments suggesting she has not ruled out competing in 2024 Games after all.
Former Asian champion signs off with fourth-placed finish at Hong Kong event, calls not making world top 10 a failure.
Kong says she wants to improve her footwork and fitness in bid to emulate opponents, and is targeting a return to top of world rankings.
Wild card Lin Ming-fu, 18, qualifies for field event finals in Colombia having only taken up long-jumping 10 months ago.
For the second time this year, Ng On-yee stunned world champion Nutcharut Wongharuthai but fell short in the final against Reanne Evans.
Toto Wong Kwan-to is looking to emulate the success of Cheung Ka-long and Siobhan Haughey after being inspired by Hong Kong’s Olympic medallists.
Cycling star Sarah Lee Wai-sze stormed the field to clinch gold in the women’s keirin at the Japan Cup II on Sunday.
Hong Kong cycling ace clocks blistering time in sprint competition at Japan Cup II, boosting hopes of winning gold in the keirin on Sunday.
A S Watson Group Hong Kong Student Sports Awards hold physical ceremony for first time in three years, with 1,000 people present at Fortune Metropolis mall.
Olympic bronze medallist Minnie Soo said she remains committed to competing against the world’s best, despite a lingering nerve issue that has kept her away from the sport.
Olympian beats local favourite Daryn Konysbayev to gold in Kazakhstan, with China’s Chen Qing finishing third
Ng partners with Reginald Lee to win mixed doubles title, hours later she and Tsang Hiu-yan take women’s title.
For the past two years Hong Kong’s top athletes have risked careers, family and Covid-19 to pursue their dreams of sporting greatness.
Men’s foil team beat Canada and South Korea to secure fifth-place finish after quarter-final disappointment in Cairo.
The 24-year-old endures hectic Saturday, reaching finals with partners Reginald Lee Chun-hei and Tsang Hiu-yan to ensure she will win her first Super 300 medals.
Hong Kong short-track speed skater leaves for United States next month to take up a place at Rutgers’ New Jersey Medical School, but is aiming to compete in 4 years.
The 34-year-old confirms she will hang up her running shoes after finishing 29th in Monday’s race in Oregon, with plans to have her second child.
Cheung Ka-wai made history for Hong Kong on the closing day of the World Games in Alabama, bagging the city’s first-ever gold medal.
Hongkonger will race on Monday in the United States in what officials said would be ‘perfect conditions’.
Hong Kong has four epeeists competing in the knockout stages for the first time.
Hong Kong No 1 Cheung Ka-wai defeats teen amateur world champ Ahsan Ramzan in four frames to reach semi-finals in Alabama
Hong Kong’s double Olympic silver medallist Siobhan Haughey hopes to help find “the fairest solution” to issues surrounding transgender athletes after being elected to Fina’s Athletes Committee.
Hong Kong Olympian says ankle injury that forced her to miss World Championships left her ‘a little down’.
Victory over Indonesia’s Hafiz Faizal and Serena Kani in just 28 minutes gets world No 7s into third quarter-final of the year
Michelle Yeung, Lee Wing-yung and Yeung Chun-hei all come third in respective categories at US event.
Gold medal winning fencer Cheung Ka-long and double Olympic silver medallist Siobhan Haughey expected to be named best male and best female athlete.
City has sent 4 athletes to compete in the martial art, with teen Michelle Yeung taking part in her first adult event.
Rising star Lee Sze-wing one of 5 city athletes whose bicycles went missing on trip from Hong Kong to Colombia, leaving her to borrow teammate’s bike for UCI Nations Cup races in Colombia.