for Hong Kong
at 2018 APG
2018 Asian Para Games: On the last day of competition, badminton athlete Chan Ho-yuen won the last medal for Hong Kong - a silver in the men's singles WH2. Hong Kong achieved the best ever results at the Asian Para Games with a record-breaking total of 48 medals, comprising 11 gold, 16 silver, and 21 bronze...
Hong Kong Grabs
5 Gold Medals
in One Day
2018 Asian Para Games: On the seventh competition day, Hong Kong added a remarkable 14 medals - comprising 5 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze - in lawn bowls, table tennis, badminton, boccia and swimming...Read More >
Silver for Women's Epee Team
2018 Asian Para Games: Yu Chui-yee, Fan Pui-shan, Justine Charissa Ng and Tong Nga-ting won a silver medal in the women's epee team event. In badminton, Chu Man-kai fought his way into gold medal contention in the men's singles SS6 by beating fellow team member Wong Chun-yim in an all-Hong-Kong semi-final. Chan Ho-yuen also advanced to the semi-finals in the men's singles WH2 to secure another medal for Hong Kong...
2 More Golds
in Swimming and
2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong won a total of 14 medals, comprising 2 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze, on the fifth day of competition. Swimmer Chan Yui-lam clinched a gold medal in the women’s 100m butterfly S14, while lawn bowls player Tang Shun-yee won the mixed B3 singles title...
Ng Mui-wui Wins 3rd Gold for HK
2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong won 1 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals in table tennis, wheelchair fencing, tenpin bowling and athletics on the third day of competition. Table tennis player Ng Mui-wui won the third gold medal for Hong Kong as she lifted the title in the women's singles TT11 event...Read More >
2018 APG: HK Adds 1 Gold,
1 Silver, 7 Bronze
2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong added 1 gold, 1 silver and 7 bronze medals in swimming, tenpin bowling, table tennis and wheelchair fencing on the fourth day of competition. Swimmer Hui Ka-chun took the fourth gold for Hong Kong in the men's 100m backstroke S14...Read More >
2 Golds for HK in Swimming and Fencing at APG
2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong won 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze in swimming and wheelchair fencing on the second day of competition. Swimmer Tang Wai-lok won the first gold for Hong Kong in the men's 200m freestyle S14. The wheelchair fencing team added 4 medals, with Yu Chui-yee capturing the second gold for Hong Kong in the women's foil - category A...
Win 4 Medals at
The junior badminton team clinched 4 medals
at the Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior
Championships 2018 held in Myanmar.
The highlight included a gold medal won
by Ko Shing-hei and Lui Lok-lok in the
mixed doubles (U17) event...
Wushu Team Sweeps 23 Medals at World Taijiquan Championships
The Hong Kong wushu team enjoyed great success at the 3rd World Taijiquan Championships held in Bulgaria, bringing home a total of 11 gold, 7 silver and 5 bronze medals after four days of competition...
Junior Squash Team Impresses
at Asian Champs
The junior squash team produced an encouraging performance at the 25th Asian Junior Individual Championships held in India, winning 1 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals...
Asian Games Medallists Awarded $26.4M Cash Incentives
In appreciation of the excellent achievements of Hong Kong athletes at the 2018 Asian Games, the HKSI, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and Henderson Land Group jointly presented cash incentive awards totalling HK$26.4 million to local medallists at the “Incentive Awards Presentation for 2018 Asian Games” ceremony held on 28 September...
Cheung Claims First Senior Individual Medal at Asian Champs
Billiard sports player Cheung Ka-wai won his
first senior individual medal at the Asian
Championships after he claimed bronze in the
6-reds event at the Asian 6 Reds and Teams
Championship 2018 held in Doha, Qatar...
HK Takes Bronze
at World Team
After winning the first-ever team gold medal at the Asian Games, the women's squash team, comprising Au Wing-chi, Chan Ho-ling, Ho Tze-lok and Lee Ka-yi, continued their good form at the WSF Women's World Team Championship 2018, marching into the semi-final and finally winning a bronze medal...