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Schools are always served as a cradle for nurturing young athletes.

Not only sports offer students the opportunity to develop their potential and sharpen athletic skills, they also provide valuable skills for dealing with many life’s challenges. According to the statistics of Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, more than one hundred thousand young athletes, namely up to twenty percent secondary school students and more than ten percent primary school students, join the inter-schools sports competitions every year. As for college teenagers and students with special educational needs, their lives will also be enriched throughout sports.

The main theme of programme “Glamour of Sports ” is a series of documentary with 8 episodes which includes the following sports :basketball, tug-of-war, dragon Boat Race, swimming, cricket, rowing, climbing of trees and running.

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Schools are always served as a cradle for nurturing young athletes.

Not only sports offer students the opportunity to develop their potential and sharpen athletic skills, they also provide valuable skills for dealing with many life’s challenges. According to the statistics of Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, more than one hundred thousand young athletes, namely up to twenty percent secondary school students and more than ten percent primary school students, join the inter-schools sports competitions every year. As for college teenagers and students with special educational needs, their lives will also be enriched throughout sports.

The main theme of programme “Glamour of Sports ” is a series of documentary with 8 episodes which includes the following sports :basketball, tug-of-war, dragon Boat Race, swimming, cricket, rowing, climbing of trees and running.

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    My Starting Line

    My Starting Line

    Although he studies at a secondary school renowned for its sports credentials, Wong is not at all keen on aerobic exercises that entail sweating – except activities carried on in air-conditioned environment, like bowling and dart throwing. At the age of e

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    High Up on Tree Top

    High Up on Tree Top

    With more than a hundred trees growing in its campus, this secondary school in the New Territories has the unique conditions to launch its own one-of-a-kind sports program in Hong Kong: tree-climbing. While the school campus provides students with the ide

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    The Drive to Compete

    The Drive to Compete

    Sports can help handicapped athletes overcome limitations imposed by their physical disabilities.

    Yau loves sports – especially activities that generate the excitement of speed – although his legs were crippled by insufficient supply of oxygen to his bra

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    Childhood Dreams

    Childhood Dreams

    They bowl, they strike, and they carry themselves so gracefully in the field. They are students of South Asian descent, and it is in their nature to love playing cricket. The game has become an indispensable part of their lives, and playing it is almost

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    Swimming

    Swimming

    Chang and Nam are both members of the Hong Kong Swimming Team as well as undergraduates with the Department of Sports Science & Physical Education at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. They attend their team’s regular training sessions, and like many e

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    One Dragon, One Team

    One Dragon, One Team

    Nowadays, dragon boat racing is as much a traditional festival activity as an international competitive sports event. In 2010, for the first time in history it became one of the events at the Asian Games. In Hong Kong, dragon boat racing is still an unpop

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