Hong Kong Sport Institute (HKSI) 香港體育學院
Great Success for HK Cycling Team
The Hong Kong cycling team brought home
4 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals from the Asian Track Cycling Championships held in
South Korea. Notably, Lee Wai-sze triumphed in both the women’s sprint and keirin events for the sixth time at the regional championships. In addition, Pang Yao partnered with Yang Qianyu to take the women’s madison title, while Mow Ching-yin was crowned champion in the men's scratch...
Harvests 56 Medals
at Asian Age Group Championships
At the 10th Asian Age Group Swimming Championships, Hong Kong team delivered an outstanding performance to win a total of 56 medals, ranking third in the overall medal table. Cheuk Ming-ho and Lau Ping-yi both received the Best Swimmer Award as they took the most number of medals among their age groups...Read More >
Two Medals at
The Hong Kong billiard sports team brought home 2 bronze medals from the IBSF World
6 Reds and Team Snooker Championships 2019
in Myanmar. Ng On-yee stood on the podium in the women’s 6-red ball snooker singles event for the third consecutive year, and partnered with
Ho Yee-ki to win another bronze in the women's team event...
Two Silvers at
The Hong Kong wheelchair fencing team
captured two silver medals in the women’s
epee and foil team events respectively at
the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World
Championships 2019 held in South Korea...
Win Two Bronzes
at Asian Champs
At the 24th Asian Table Tennis Championships, Hong Kong paddlers Lam Siu-hang and Ng Pak-nam recorded a commanding win over DPR Korea in the men's doubles quarterfinals, and secured a bronze medal as they narrowly lost 2:3 in the last four. In mixed doubles, Hong Kong's top duo Doo Hoi-kem and Wong Chun-ting came out on top against Malaysia, Singapore and Japan to reach the semi-finals, and finished with another bronze medal...
18 Young Athletes
The Outstanding Junior Athlete Awards (OJAA) Presentation Ceremony for the 2nd quarter of 2019 was held at the HKSI on 19 September. A total of 18 junior athletes were awarded in recognition of their sporting achievements in the quarter...Read More >
Sets Asian Record at World Champs
Hong Kong para swimmer Chan Yui-lam won a bronze medal and set a new Asian record in the S14 women’s 100m butterfly at the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships held in the United Kingdom...Read More >
HKSI’s Response to The 2019 Policy Address
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