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HKSI and CityU Support Athletes' Dual Career Development

The HKSI and City University of Hong Kong
signed a Memorandum of Understanding on
9 November 2018 to reinforce the support to
full-time elite athletes in facilitating their
planning on dual career development both
in sports and in academics...

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APG Medallists Awarded at Incentive Awards Presentation

Hong Kong won a record 48 medals at the 2018 Asian Para Games (APG). During a ceremony held on 6 November, the HKSI, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and Henderson Land Group jointly presented cash incentive awards totalling HK$3.429 million to these medallists...

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Junior billiard sports player Yip Kin-ling took the boys' U19 title at the 2018 World Juniors 9-Ball Championships.
Photo: Billiard.su

Yip Kin-ling Crowned World Junior Champion

The junior billiard sports team won the first two places in the boys' U19 event at the 2018 World Juniors 9-Ball Championships. Yip Kin-ling defeated teammate Robbie Capito in an all-Hong Kong final with a marginal score of 11-10, and became Hong Kong's first world junior pool champion...

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HKSI and Lingnan
Sign MOU

The HKSI and the Lingnan University signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 2 November 2018 to further boost the substantial support to full-time elite athletes in facilitating their planning on dual career development both in sports and in academics...

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Ng Mui-wui won a bronze medal in the women's singles TT11 at the 2018 World Para Table Tennis Championships 2018.
Photo: ITTF PTT

Ng Mui-wui on World Champs Podium

Following her success at the Asian Para Games, table tennis athlete Ng Mui-wui stood on the World Championships podium as she won a bronze medal in the women's singles TT11 at the 2018 World Para Table Tennis Championships in Slovenia...

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26th Jockey Club Elite Coaches Conference

The annual Jockey Club Elite Coaches Conference was held this year from 15 to 16 October at Beijing Sport University. Speakers from Japan, Singapore, China and Hong Kong were invited to present on the theme “Talent Identification”. Striving to nurture more elites, around 50 Hong Kong coaches from 19 sports were attracted to Beijing for exchanges with the experts and peers...

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On the last day of competition, badminton athlete Chan Ho-yuen won the last medal for Hong Kong - a silver in the men's singles WH2.
Photos: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

Historic Results
for Hong Kong
at 2018 APG

2018 Asian Para Games: On the last day of competition, badminton athlete Chan Ho-yuen won the last medal for Hong Kong - a silver in the men's singles WH2. Hong Kong achieved the best ever results at the Asian Para Games with a record-breaking total of 48 medals, comprising 11 gold, 16 silver, and 21 bronze...

 

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On the seventh competition day, Hong Kong added a remarkable 14 medals - comprising 5 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze - in lawn bowls, table tennis, badminton, boccia and swimming.
Photos: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

Hong Kong Grabs
5 Gold Medals
in One Day

2018 Asian Para Games: On the seventh competition day, Hong Kong added a remarkable 14 medals - comprising 5 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze - in lawn bowls, table tennis, badminton, boccia and swimming...

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Yu Chui-yee, Fan Pui-shan, Justine Charissa Ng and Tong Nga-ting won a silver medal in the women's epee team event.
Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

Silver for Women's Epee Team

2018 Asian Para Games: Yu Chui-yee, Fan Pui-shan, Justine Charissa Ng and Tong Nga-ting won a silver medal in the women's epee team event. In badminton, Chu Man-kai fought his way into gold medal contention in the men's singles SS6 by beating fellow team member Wong Chun-yim in an all-Hong-Kong semi-final. Chan Ho-yuen also advanced to the semi-finals in the men's singles WH2 to secure another medal for Hong Kong...

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Hong Kong won a total of 14 medals, comprising 2 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze, on the fifth day of competition.
Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

HK Captures
2 More Golds
in Swimming and
Lawn Bowls

2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong won a total of 14 medals, comprising 2 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze, on the fifth day of competition. Swimmer Chan Yui-lam clinched a gold medal in the women’s 100m butterfly S14, while lawn bowls player Tang Shun-yee won the mixed B3 singles title...

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Hong Kong won 1 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals in table tennis, wheelchair fencing, tenpin bowling and athletics on the third day of competition.
Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

Ng Mui-wui Wins 3rd Gold for HK

2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong won 1 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals in table tennis, wheelchair fencing, tenpin bowling and athletics on the third day of competition. Table tennis player Ng Mui-wui won the third gold medal for Hong Kong as she lifted the title in the women's singles TT11 event...

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Hong Kong added 1 gold, 1 silver and 7 bronze medals in swimming, tenpin bowling, table tennis and wheelchair fencing on the fourth day of competition at the 2018 Asian Para Games.
Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

2018 APG: HK Adds 1 Gold,
1 Silver, 7 Bronze

2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong added 1 gold, 1 silver and 7 bronze medals in swimming, tenpin bowling, table tennis and wheelchair fencing on the fourth day of competition. Swimmer Hui Ka-chun took the fourth gold for Hong Kong in the men's 100m backstroke S14...

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Hong Kong won 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze in swimming and wheelchair fencing on the second day of competition.
Photos: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled

2 Golds for HK in Swimming and Fencing at APG

2018 Asian Para Games: Hong Kong won 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze in swimming and wheelchair fencing on the second day of competition. Swimmer Tang Wai-lok won the first gold for Hong Kong in the men's 200m freestyle S14. The wheelchair fencing team added 4 medals, with Yu Chui-yee capturing the second gold for Hong Kong in the women's foil - category A...

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Junior Shuttlers
Win 4 Medals at
Asian Champs

The junior badminton team clinched 4 medals
at the Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior
Championships 2018 held in Myanmar.
The highlight included a gold medal won
by Ko Shing-hei and Lui Lok-lok in the
mixed doubles (U17) event...

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