Hong Kong Sport Institute (HKSI) 香港體育學院
OJAA 2019 Q4 & Annual Awards Winners Unveiled
Eleven athletes received the Outstanding Junior Athletes Awards (OJAA) titles for their remarkable performances in the 4th quarter of 2019. Fu Huan (Billiard Sports) and Chan Yui-lam (Swimming – Intellectual Disability) were awarded the Most Outstanding Junior Athlete Award and the Most Promising Junior Athlete Award of the year respectively...
4 Medals from Junior Windsurfers at Asian Champs
Hong Kong junior windsurfers brought home
2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal from the Techno Asian Championships 2020 held in Oman. Asgar Kikabhoy dominated the fleet to win the techno 293 plus youth boys title, while Fung Yuk-kiu, Choy Wing-tung and Leung Hau-sang took the gold, silver and bronze respectively in the techno 293 youth girls event...
Wins Bronze at
Cyclist Lee Wai-sze captured a bronze medal in the elite women’s sprint event at the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships held in Germany, and secured two berths each for Hong Kong in the women's sprint and keirin events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics...Read More >
Over 5,000 Enrolments for HKSI Open Day
The HKSI hosted the “BOCOM HKSI Open Day 2020” on 12 January, attracting more than 5,000 enrolments to explore the world-class training facilities for elite athletes, meet with medal-winning athletes, and learn about the training system and work of the HKSI...Read More >
3 Medals at
Asian Rowing Junior Champs
Hong Kong junior rowing team brought home three medals from the 2019 Asian Championships held in Thailand. Rower Poon O-yu won the women’s single sculls title, while the women’s
and the men’s team took silver and bronze in the eight event respectively...
2020 HKSI Calendar: Striving for Excellence
HKSI’s Response to The 2019 Policy Address
Psychological Tips for Athletes During Coronavirus Outbreak
12th International Conference on Strength Training - From theory to practice
HKSI Annual Report 2018-19