This category includes sites about hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities specific to Hong Kong, including local recreation organisations, services, facilities and events. Businesses selling sporting or recreational goods are listed within Business_and_Economy/Shopping.
News items, a newsletter, membership information, running, swimming and cycling events.
A fund-raising run and walk in Cyberport. Includes registration form, event photos, results from past events.
Provides the association's information and contacts, activities and results, introduction to the coaches.
Objectives, background, news and schedules. Also, provides general bridge information.
Provides an annual race calendar and monthly news updates.
An annual event to promote horticulture and awareness of greening. Provides the programme of activities, floor plan of the show, information on competitions and exhibits.
Provides an introduction to Gaelic football, news about the sport and its players.
News, information, recommendation and reports.
Rules, schedules, registration procedures of different sports. The overall controlling body of school sports.
Promotes and supports Hong Kong sport development, athlete training, research and information exchanges. A government funded organization.
News, league information, ranking and photo gallery.
Information on the company, events and bowling center.
An athletic club in Tsim Sha Tsui. Provides sporting facilities, beauty and massaging services, and venues for private gatherings.
Provides the association's profile, sports facilities and services, course information, current promotions.
Offers leisure, sporting and catering facilities.
Provides private dining, fitness and marina facilities.
Provides club information, reports, training courses and contact information.
Contains information on the art of "pen spinning" and videos for download.
Provides sporting and recreational facilities to members.
Provides news, racing and member information, sections for activities, fleets, funboard, coaching, and training.
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