Chan's timely strike rescues point for SAR

Hong Kong drew 1-1 with the United Arab Emirates in their opening game in the Asian Games football tournament in Guangzhou.

Australia win HK Cricket Sixes

Australia have beaten Pakistan in a thrilling final to win the Hong Kong Cricket Sixes.

Hong Kong club South China says it's courting former United midfielder Butt, tryout planned

Hong Kong club South China says it is in talks with former Manchester United and Newcastle midfielder Nicky Butt.

Klammer set for Hong Kong

Keith Hamer 03.11.2010
Klammer set for Hong Kong

Klammer is finally set to leave Jane Chapple-Hyam's Newmarket stable later this month to continue his career in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong triumph at Borneo Sevens

Hong Kong won the Borneo Sevens title on Sunday, beating Japan 31-28 in the second of two ranking events in the ARFU Asian Rugby Sevens Series, giving them momentum heading into the Asian Games in Guangzhou on 21-23 November.

Dan Carter's substitution against the Wallabies was pre-ordained during a meeting at halftime.

The knives were out in New Zealand Sunday for replacement flyhalf Stephen Donald who was branded the principal villain in the All Blacks 24-26 loss to the Wallabies in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong businessman Kenny Huang hit by writ at sport summit

Hong Kong businessman Kenny Huang, who claimed he was going to take over Liverpool backed by the Chinese Government, made an equally bizarre appearance at the Global Sport Summit conference in London.

Yacht Regatta Cancels Hong Kong Leg After City Says Skippers Lack Licenses

Organizers of the fourth China Cup International Regatta, a series of yacht races that has attracted teams from more than 20 countries, have cancelled the Hong Kong leg after city officials said some crews didn’t have the correct license.

Little interest in Hong Kong test

Radio Sport 25.10.2010
Little interest in Hong Kong test

There is little interest in Hong Kong ahead of this Saturday's fourth Bledisloe Cup test with only 25,000 tickets sold.

Portsmouth Sold To Hong Kong Businessman After Gaydamak Resolves Dispute

Troubled English Championship outfit Portsmouth FC have been sold to a Hong Kong tycoon, Balram Chainrai and associates Levi Kushnir and Deepak Chainrai.

Israel vanquishes Iran -- on the chess board

An Israeli chess grandmaster took the Guinness record for simultaneous chess games from the Jewish state's arch-foe Iran on Friday after a marathon 19-hour match against 523 players.

Premier League Asia Trophy returns to Hong Kong in 2011

The Premier League is to stage another Barclays Asia Trophy, in Hong Kong in July 2011, as it continues to build on its popularity in the region.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, seen here congratulating Germany's star midfielder Mesut Ozil, on October 8

German Chancellor Angela Merkel had a 'clear the air' chat with football bosses here after a surprise visit to the Germany team's changing room caused a storm, it was revealed Wednesday.

Lions to play Barbarians in Hong Kong in 2013

The British and Irish Lions will break new ground in 2013 by playing a game in Hong Kong for the first time.

Chelsea, Aston Villa, Blackburn play in Hong Kong

English Premier League sides Chelsea, Aston Villa and Blackburn will join this season's Hong Kong champions in the Asia Trophy next July.

Fifa Hit By World Cup Votes-For-Cash Sting

Jo Couzens and Pete Norman SKY News 18.10.2010
Fifa Hit By World Cup Votes-For-Cash Sting

Football's world governing body is investigating allegations that two officials offered to sell their votes in the contest to host the 2018 World Cup.

Transgender golfer sues LPGA in bid to join tour

A former male SWAT team member filed a lawsuit in California against the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) after the now transgender woman was denied in her efforts to join the women's golf tour, her lawyer said Wednesday.

First Asia “Flugtag” Draws Big Crowd in Hong Kong [VIDEO]

Crowds braved high winds along Hong Kong’s harbor to witness homemade flying machines and their pilots attempt to fly off a six-meter platform.

Randy Moss told Tom Brady his haircut made him look like a girl

Before he was traded to the Minnesota Vikings, Randy Moss got into a catfight with Tom Brady about, all of things, his facial hair.

Former English football head to take up new Hong Kong role

A high-profile former head of the English Football Association has been hired to oversee the restructuring of the game in Hong Kong, a news report said Wednesday.

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