The institute is holding an exhibition in Metro City Plaza II until October 31, showing photos and equipment used by Hong Kong athletes. People can also try out some training equipment.
Tokyo Olympics bronze medalist Sarah Lee Wai-sze and karate athlete Lee Chun-ho shared their success stories in an opening ceremony on Thursday.
After participating in three Olympic Games, Sarah Lee thanked the citizens for growing together with her.
She also thanked her coaches and the Sports Institute for their support, which helped her push herself and win glory for Hong Kong.
Lee Chun-ho shared his experience on getting Covid in March 2020, after which he received support to return to his training.
“Every athlete faces different challenges but never gives up easily,” he said, and added that a successful athlete should be able to overcome challenges.
Apart from the exhibition, sharing sessions by Hong Kong athletes will be held on October 17, 23 and 31. They include fencers Shawn Cheung Siu-lun, Nicholas Edward Choi Ho-yin, and Ryan Choi Chun-yin; Tokyo games table tennis bronze medalists Doo Hoi-kem, Lee Ho-ching and Minnie Soo Wai-yam; and paralympics winning wheelchair fencer Alison Yu Chui-yee, badminton player Daniel Chan Ho-yuen, and boccia player Leung Yuk-wing.
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