Sports and Games
College Sports Teams
The College offers a variety of sports activities to cater to different students’ interests. There are opportunities for students to form various teams for intercollegiate competitions.
The following is a summary of intercollegiate sports competitions that College students participated in and sports activities organised by the College during term time. For any suggestions, please contact Dr Robert NG, PE Co-ordinator of CW Chu College (email: email@example.com).
Table Tennis Teams
The College Men’s Tennis Teams won the bronze medal in the 2021 Intercollegiate Tennis Competition, which is the first time that the College has got the third place in an intercollegiate racket game competition.
The College Rowing Teams took part at the 19th CUHK Rowing Championships in April 2023 to compete in the Men’s 4+ race and Mix Women’s 4+ race. The Mix Women’s Team won the 1st runner-up.
The College Men’s and Women’s Rowing Teams did exceptionally well in the 15th CUHK Intercollegiate Rowing Championships in January 2019. The prizes they won are as follows:
- Women’s Single Sculls (W1x)—1st runner-up
- Women’s Double Sculls (W2x)—1st runner-up
- Women’s Coxed Eight (W8+)—3rd runner-up
- Men’s Coxed Eight (M8+)—2nd runner-up
- Women’s Overall Champion—1st runner-up
Archery Fun Days
Archery Fun Days were organised to offer fun and challenging workout to College students, who learnt basic archery skills in a relaxing atmosphere.
Indoor Rowing Fun Day
Indoor Rowing Fun Day is a special activity organised exclusively for College residents with the theme FIT and FUN from 2021. Participants gained better understandings on indoor rowing and developed passion in this sport.
Lacrosse Fun Day
Lacrosse is a team sport played with a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball. Players use the head of the stick to carry, pass, catch, and shoot the ball into the goal. In collaboration with Morningside College, CW Chu College held its first Lacrosse Fun Day in January 2019.
Sport Climbing Fun Day
During the Sport Climbing Fun Days, the coach introduced the students to basic climbing skills and safety measures to observe. The participants gained a better understanding on sports climbing, built self-confidence, developed body coordination, and learnt to persevere through the two-hour training.
Sports Orienteering Fun Day
Orienteering is a group of sports that require participants’ navigational skills by using a map and compass to navigate from point to point. In collaboration with Morningside College, CW Chu College organised its first Sports Orienteering Fun Day in March 2019. The participants had a fun workout completing a series of tasks around CUHK campus, such as United College.
Thai Boxing for Beginners
The Thai Boxing Classes for Beginners were taught by a certified coach from Hong Kong Muay Thai Association. The participants learnt to use punches, feet, knees and elbows to attack at very short distances. They benefitted physically and mentally from the martial art.
Tchoukball Fun Days
In collaboration with Morningside College and S.H. Ho College, Tchoukball Fun Days were organised in November 2021. The coach introduced this special sports to the students with basic skills and techniques.
Wing Chun Class
Wing Chun (詠春) is a concept-based exercise in Chinese martial arts and a form of self-defence utilising both striking and grappling while specialising in close-range combat. The class was taught by a professional Wing Chun coach with years of teaching experience and was offered to College students from 2015. During the lessons, the coach introduced Wing Chun concepts to the participants and demonstrated the skills in close-range combat.
Woodball Fun Day
Woodball (活木球) is a sport where a mallet is used to pass a ball through gates. This game can be played in grass, sand or indoor. The sport was invented in Taiwan by Weng Ming-hui and Kuang-chu Young in 1990. In collaboration with Morningside College, the first Woodball Fun Day was organised in October 2022.
Yin Yang Yoga for Beginners
Yin Yang Yoga combines Yin Yoga and Yang Yoga together that helps to calm and balance the mind and body, and to reduce stress and anxiety. Yin Yoga is a slower practice where poses are held for longer time, working on the deep, dense connective tissues and joints in the body, while Yang Yoga refers to a more active practice working on the muscles and blood flow, building strength, stamina and flexibility.
The participants of the Yin Yang Yoga for Beginners found yoga relaxing and easier than imagined. In particular, they appreciated that they could see their own improvements throughout the sessions and that, with the small class size, the instructor was able to correct their postures in person.
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The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR