World Cup qualifiers in Hong Kong pushed back amid coronavirus outbreak

Two World Cup qualifying matches due to take place in Hong Kong will now be postponed thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak. According to a statement published by football’s world governing body, FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation held a meeting on Thursday, and decided to postpone upcoming matches in the Asian FIFA World Cup 2022, ...

Rugby Sevens rescheduled for October due to coronavirus outbreak, as infections creep up to 51

Rugby Sevens rescheduled for October due to coronavirus outbreak, as infections creep up to 51

The Rugby Sevens, arguably Hong Kong’s highest-profile sporting (and drinking) event of the year, will be postponed until October as the city battles the ongoing coronavirus...

Brooklyn Nets draw Hong Kong protest backers as NBA-China row simmers

Brooklyn Nets draw Hong Kong protest backers as NBA-China row simmers

Supporters of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement made their presence felt Friday as the Brooklyn Nets played their first game in New York since they were caught in the middle of...

King James accused of acting the fool with remarks on Hong Kong-NBA furor

King James accused of acting the fool with remarks on Hong Kong-NBA furor

Basketball megastar LeBron James has jumped into the NBA vs. China fray with both feet, suggesting that Houston GM Daryl Morey had been ignorant to express his support for Hong...

Victoria Harbour race canceled as anti-government protests continue

Victoria Harbour race canceled as anti-government protests continue

An annual swim across Hong Kong’s harbour has become the latest international sports event to be called off because of the unprecedented political unrest gripping the city,...

Hong Kong football fans boo Chinese national anthem during World Cup qualifier

Hong Kong football fans boo Chinese national anthem during World Cup qualifier

The Chinese national anthem was met with thunderous boos last night as the city’s pro-democracy campaigners brought their protests to a World Cup qualifying match against...

‘Do You Hear The People Sing?’ Kinda: Soccer fans chant slogans, sing protest songs at Manchester City match

‘Do You Hear The People Sing?’ Kinda: Soccer fans chant slogans, sing protest songs at Manchester City match

Soccer fans chanted slogans, sang protest songs, and waved anti-government banners during a friendly match between English Premier League champions Manchester City and local club...

Into the Deep End: Up to 4,000 swimmers to take part in this year’s cross-harbor race

Into the Deep End: Up to 4,000 swimmers to take part in this year’s cross-harbor race

Hong Kong’s annual cross-harbor swimming race will follow an all-new route this year, setting off from the Public Pier in Wan Chai and ending at the newly renovated Avenue...

Buns of Steel: ‘King of Kings’ crowned at annual Cheung Chau bun scramble (PHOTOS/VIDEO)

Buns of Steel: ‘King of Kings’ crowned at annual Cheung Chau bun scramble (PHOTOS/VIDEO)

Just before midnight on Sunday, the man who would be king found himself standing at the base of a 14-meter tower, surveying his ascent with laser-like focus. A few seconds later,...

Tributes pour in for record-holding Hong Kong swimmer who died suddenly in US

Tributes pour in for record-holding Hong Kong swimmer who died suddenly in US

Record-breaking Hong Kong and Australia swimmer Kenneth To has died suddenly at the age of 26 after falling unwell at a Florida training camp, leaving fellow competitors in shock....


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