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Twenty-five winners of 47 graded races around the world will contest the Hong Kong Jockey Club's International Races Dec. 12.

Hong Kong's Wong takes controversial gold

The Times of India 23.11.2010
Hong Kong's Wong takes controversial gold

Hong Kong's Wong Kam Po won the men's individual road race at the Asian Games on Monday in controversial circumstances after South Korea's Park Sung-Baek pipped the reigning champion to the line.


Japan stormed into the quarter-finals of the men's rugby sevens, seeing off rivals Hong Kong along the way.

Hong Kong riders have won the territory's first Asian Games equestrian medal, taking bronze in the team jumping event in Guangzhou.


Nicky Butt considers coming out of retirement with South China

Nicky Butt is on the verge of coming out of retirement after accepting an offer to train with the Hong Kong side South China.

Ian Poulter poised for victory after confident round in Hong Kong

Ian Poulter will take some stopping if he is to be denied lifting the Hong Kong Open trophy tomorrow after producing another faultless performance to take a two-stroke advantage into the final round.


Hong Kong's Wong, China's Ma take BMX gold

The Times of India 19.11.2010
Steven Wong

Hong Kong's Steven Wong won BMX racing gold at the Asian Games on Friday before setting his sights on the London Olympics as China's Ma Liyun took the women's crown.

Poulter hits career-best round of 60 to snatch Hong Kong Open lead

Ian Poulter struck a flawless round of 60 to seize the lead at the halfway stage of the Hong Kong Open.


Chan Chun Hing of Hong Kong

Hong Kong rider Chan Chun Hing blazed to gold in the men's cross-country mountain bike race at the 16th Asian Games on Thursday, crossing the finish line at two hours 11 minutes and 33 seconds.

Bjorn suffers freak injury in Hong Kong

Yahoo! Eurosport UK 18.11.2010
Bjorn suffers freak injury in Hong Kong

Thomas Bjorn is a serious doubt for next week's season-ending Dubai World Championship after injuring his wrist in a bizarre incident during the opening round of the Hong Kong Open.


Snow Fairy Heads To Hong Kong

Carl Di Iorio The Virtual Form Guide 18.11.2010
Snow Fairy Heads To Hong Kong

Connections of talented English filly Snow Fairy have opted to bypass the upcoming Japan Cup in favour of next month’s Hong Kong International Raceday.

Mark Brown has first-round lead at Hong Kong Open

Mark Brown made a late charge to top the first-round leader board Thursday at the Hong Kong Open, shooting an 8-under par 62 for a one-stroke lead.


Soccer: Paraguay put 7 past HK

Hong Kong have been thrashed 7-0 by Paraguay in an international friendly at the Hong Kong stadium.

England's Dyson hits hole-in-one in Hong Kong

The 2.5-million-dollar Hong Kong Open got off to a thrilling start on Thursday with England's Simon Dyson hitting a hole-in-one for an eagle to take an early lead.


Team Entries Available for Hong Kong Cricket Festival 2010

The 9th annual Lamma CC Hong Kong Cricket Festival is coming up fast on 3-5 December and will be staged at the new Kai Tak Cricket Grounds in Kowloon for the first time.

Pope to athletes: Respect your bodies

Breitbart.com 15.11.2010
Pope to athletes: Respect your bodies

Pope Benedict XVI has warned athletes not to strengthen their bodies "at all costs" or through illegal substances.


Field Hockey: India opens with 7-0 win over Hong Kong

Penalty corner specialist Sandeep Singh shot two goals and gave India a perfect start to its Asian Games men's field hockey campaign with a 7-0 victory over Hong Kong on Monday.

German Guineas winner Irian hits mark in HK

james reed Racing Post 14.11.2010
German Guineas winner Irian hits mark in HK

IT HAS been a while coming, but Irian (John Moore/Brett Prebble) finally lived up to his tall reputation and announced himself a live chance for next month's big international meeting with an authoritative success in the Cathay Pacific Jockey Club...


Qatar qualify, Hong Kong end 52-year wait

The Official Home of Asian Football 11.11.2010
Qatar qualify, Hong Kong end 52-year wait

Defending champions Qatar edged past Gulf neighbours Athletes from Kuwait 2-0 to make the last 16 at the Asian Games on Thursday as Hong Kong ended a 52-year wait to qualify for the knockout rounds.

Sir Michael Stoute eyeing Hong Kong glory with Crystal Capella and Kingsgate Native

Sir Michael Stoute may have suffered a fruitless weekend with the non-appearance of Workforce at the Breeders' Cup in Kentucky but he's hoping for a more productive time in Hong Kong next month where he has Crystal Capella and Kingsgate Native lin...



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