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  1. News - Hong Kong - PROFILE

    Cycling coach Shen Jinkang on his last lap as H.K. mentor

    Posted Aug 20th 2012, 12:00am by Thomas Chan

    ... revolution is on his final lap Shen Jinkang's name may be unfamiliar to most Hongkongers, but to the city's cyclists he is a legend who bolstered a sport that was in its infancy in the city ... But Shen helped put his career back on track. Now 39, Wong is hailed as "Asia's God of Cycling" by Hongkongers and has a shelf full of trophies, including three Asian Games road-race ...

  2. Missed opportunity to bolster HK's sevens campaign

    Posted Aug 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... hurrying to London's Chinatown where he was hosting a Hong Kong media dinner at a restaurant owned by a Hongkonger and named the Golden Dragon. 'Where were you? All your friends were ... of play is regarding rugby's return to the Olympics four years from now in Rio de Janeiro. He might have been able to push the case for more than the current 12 places for rugby sevens ...

  3. We'll frame our jerseys, say winners

    Posted Apr 02nd 2007, 12:00am by Judy Ngao, Robby Nimmo

    ... but a Hongkonger at heart, said: 'I'm so pleased to win this.' She has been working at the German Swiss International School for the past 13 years. 'I'm going to frame it.' Kiwi Leger said: 'It's my first time here, but I would love to come back. This New Zealand jersey is very valuable. I'm going to put it in a glass case.' Anthony James, ...

  4. Slice of Life

    Posted Oct 09th 2007, 12:00am by Alex Price

    ... lady'. A former Lord Chancellor disclosed that ministers in the previous Conservative cabinet had made an unwritten death pact in case one of them was kidnapped by guerillas. Speaking ... in April or June 1975 in Hongkong or Iran. 'Deeply involved in the HK$35 to HK$50 million deal is Macau multimillionaire Mr Stanley Ho, while likely to be included in the deal if the fight, ...

  5. Channel Hop

    Posted Jun 04th 2006, 12:00am by Paul Kay

    ... Both will also screen daily highlights, as will AXN on Now Broadband. However, in ATV's case this will be in Cantonese, on its Home channel, while TVB Pearl's daily highlights ... TV, whether because they can't afford it, have chosen to subscribe only to Now Broadband or simply live in a building not covered by Cable TV (in the latter case, the company offers ...

  6. Jockey Club to keep Games land

    Posted Apr 11th 2007, 12:00am by Audrey Parwani

    ... needs of the Sha Tin racecourse, to provide a legacy value to co-hosting an Olympic event and to avoid wastage, which would be the case if these brand new facilities were to be demolished', ... board and national sports associations, had no objection to the plan. But panel member Albert Chan Wai-yip said the plan was a waste of resources. 'If you spend so much and Hongkongers ...

  7. Legal and illegal betting in HK

    Posted Jul 09th 2006, 12:00am by Niki Law

    ... Just how lucky do Hongkongers feel? In 2004-05 the club recorded a turnover of $62.7 billion for racing, $26.7 billion for soccer betting and $6.6 billion for the Mark Six. And that's only ... discounts. Is the latest tips-for-betting scam the worst the club has seen? Not by a mile. The worst case was 20 years ago when Independent Commission Against Corruption officers arrested 12 people, ...

  8. Against the odds

    Posted Jul 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and cosmopolitan, a man who rubbed shoulders with British colonial rulers, Australian jockeys and the average Hongkonger. He was also a cheat. The textile tycoon and horse owner was at the centre of the 1986 Shanghai Conspiracy case, which rocked the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club to its sedate foundations. He died on June 26, his 83rd birthday, in Adventist Hospital. It was a death ...

  9. Replay: The Week in Review

    Posted Oct 05th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Premier League stars - all 'household names, including one international' - are at the centre of investigations into the alleged gang rape of a 17-year-old girl at the weekend. ... The International Olympic Committee opens disciplinary proceedings over Jerome Young's 1999 positive drug test, a case which could cost the United States a relay gold medal from the 2000 Sydney ...

  10. Letters

    Posted Jan 21st 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... can be astronomical. Just look at the case of Floyd Landis, the Tour de France champion stripped of his title. Such litigation could cripple a national sports association. A possible solution would be either to criminalise the taking of performance-enhancing drugs, or legalise it. Criminalising an activity may not stop it but it can force athletes to be upfront as in the case ...



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