Lee Ming-fai was crowned as Hong Kong's first singles champion in teqball and will now hope to compete at the Asian Beach Games.
Japanese cyclists won all four titles on offer on the final day of the International Cycling Union Track Cycling Nations Cup in Hong Kong.
Lee Wai Sze earned victory for the second consecutive day at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Cycling Nations Cup at the Hong Kong Velodrome.
Tenpin bowler Catherine Che Kuk-hung, the first athlete to win a gold medal for Hong Kong at the Asian Games, has died aged 69.
Hong Kong is holding an inaugural Teqball Challenger Cup event as it seeks to prepare a team for the rescheduled Asian Beach Games in Sanya.
The Hong Kong Paralympic Committee and Sports Association for the Physically Disabled (HKPC&SAPD) has launched a six-year development plan called Project 2026, with an aim to boost its Para-sport movement.
Cricket Hong Kong has partnered with gender equality initiative FairBreak Global to hold an invitational women’s Twenty20 tournament next month.
A joint letter signed by more than 180 campaign groups has been sent to leaders around the world as pressure for a boycott of next year's Winter Olympic Games in Beijing continues.
Hong Kong’s table tennis team have withdrawn from two World Table Tennis (WTT) events in Doha due to concerns over player safety.
Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong vice-president Kenneth Fok has called for there to be more sporting opportunities for young people in the Greater Bay Area - including activities which involve young people from both Hong Kong and mainland China.
The Hong Kong Association of Athletics Affiliates (HKAAA) has called on the country's Government to grant it special dispensation to hold its National Championships later this month to ensure athletes can boost their chances of Olympic qualification.
Game five of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals is to be broadcast on Chinese television, marking the first time in a year that the league will be shown on state-run China Central Television (CCTV).
Preparations for the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing have again been praised even as a coalition of human rights group called for China to be stripped of the event because of its alleged mistreatment of its own citizens.
Hong Kong Marathon organisers have confirmed the race will not take place in January due to the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Members of Hong Kong's sporting community have called for a judicial review of the Government's decision to close facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.