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Unus Alladin is an award-winning sports journalist. He has covered the Hong Kong and international sports scene for more than 35 years, ranging from Formula One to the Olympic Games.
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Former FIA boss believed the 6.12km Guia circuit was ideal to host a round of F1 championship during the 1990s, but Macau GP organisers were not so keen.
The 33-year-old’s world ranking is not good enough to earn automatic qualification for Tokyo after the IOC scrapped the Paris event in June.
Former unbeaten professional is still hopeful of flying the Hong Kong flag at this year’s Olympics, and has no intention of hanging up his gloves yet.
Hong Kong driver makes a stunning recovery as he moves up the grid to almost steal a podium place before the race is red flagged because of a crash.
The 40-year-old wins the qualification race in an event he won back in 2008 as he looks to extend his number of victories at Macau to six.
Defending nine-time champion Michael Rutter among many British riders who have pulled out because of the 14-day quarantine imposed by Macau authorities
Hong Kong driver will return to the Guia circuit for the first time in two years for November’s Macau GT Cup after becoming a father again.
Eliver Marcial, the eldest of the Marcial siblings, collapses and dies on Saturday but Olympic gold medal hope decides to remain in the US to continue training.
Video circulating on social media angers England’s UFC Hall of Famer after ‘coach’ punches and kicks a small child no older than six years old.
The blue riband race, part of the rich history of the Macau Grand Prix, will not take place this year because of the pandemic, organisers say
Tuesday’s massive blast caused extensive damage to Lebanon’s elite rowing centre but fortunately it had been closed because of Covid-19 restrictions.
The Brooklyn-born actor played the character Roper in 1973’s ‘Enter the Dragon’ and also appeared in three ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ movies
The strapping Filipino has already qualified for next year’s Tokyo Games after winning all four of his bouts at the Asia-Pacific qualifiers in Amman, Jordan.
Ma Baoguo, 69, is knocked out unconscious in an embarrassing beating against a much younger opponent in a tournament held in Shandong.
The one-time ‘baddest man on the planet’ intends to return to the ring and box in exhibitions for charity after a video clip of him training went viral.
‘Game of Thrones’ star and rival British strongman set to settle their differences in the boxing ring after signing contracts with Core Sports
Martial arts superstar posts rare photos of his wife, Nina, and two daughters on his 57th birthday and says he’s grateful he’s quarantining safely.
The 28-year-old Espanyol striker is one of four players from the club to be infected with the deadly virus but doesn’t require hospitalisation
The 32-year-old boxer has gone into self-imposed quarantine with the rest of the Hong Kong team for the next fortnight as Tokyo hopes thrown into disarray.
Beijing Ducks star is using donations from his foundations to fight the ‘scary’ virus threat that has ‘billions affected by the closing of schools, missed paycheques’
The 32-year-old ‘Wonder Kid’ has one last throw of the dice when he takes part in a World Olympic Qualification Event in Paris in May
David Paul, star of the cult classic ‘The Barbarians’, noted photographer and musician, died in his sleep last week just two days before his 63rd birthday
The 32-year-old Hong Kong ace is outclassed by Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov but the ‘Wonder Kid’ gets another chance in fifth-sixth place box-off on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old ‘Wonder Kid’ is pleased to have cleared his first hurdle for Tokyo; thanks legion of fans for showing their support on social media
The former Hong Kong sports supremo had his fair share of run-ins with local officialdom and will be remembered by the infamous Paul Spowage affair
The 32-year-old ‘Wonder Kid’ next takes on world champion Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov for a place in Tokyo on Monday
The 56-year-old star and film producer posts a 28-second video clip on Weibo thanking frontline medical staff in Wuhan.
Chinese champ Zhang Weili relieved to finally be cleared to travel to the US for Joanna Jedrzejczyk fight at UFC 248 – ‘now I can put my heart into this’.
The ‘Wonder Kid’ has been given an extra month to prepare for the Asia/Oceanic qualifiers but would have to be at his best to make it to Tokyo
The bodybuilder and traditional Chinese medicine doctor has been thrust on the frontline in the fight against the coronavirus in Qingdao, which is about 1,000km from Wuhan.