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Mark Williams

Hendry looks for a lucky break in Shanghai after six-year victory drought

Stephen Hendry, the only player to win seven world championship titles, has not given up hope of winning another tournament despite a six-year drought.

The Shanghai Masters gives him that opportunity next week.

Saturday, 3 September, 2011, 12:00am

Hendry looks for a lucky break in Shanghai after six-year victory drought

Stephen Hendry, the only player to win seven world championship titles, has not given up hope of winning another tournament despite a six-year drought.

The Shanghai Masters gives him that opportunity next week.

3 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Scrap this tax system and HK can be a hub for fine wines

In his letter 'Health issues can't be ignored in debate on abolishing wine tax' (February 14), Mark Williams is correct in pointing out that it is the quantity of alcohol consumed that is the problem, not the nature of the drink. Wine, just like any other alcoholic beverage, must be consumed responsibly and in moderation, a position which the industry has long maintained.

21 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Williams gives new-look course and weather the thumbs-up

Former Hong Kong resident Mark Williams didn't achieve his sub-2:30 goal but enjoyed his fifth outing in the marathon, posting a time of 2:34.

The 36-year-old Australia-born Welshman took the opportunity to run the race while on a business trip, and revealed he will be moving back to Asia with his family in August.

18 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Williams glad to be running 'back home'

Kiwi air is cleaner but distance ace misses HK

He may have left the 'foul air' of this city behind when he moved to the greener pastures of New Zealand, but Mark Williams says Hong Kong is still by far one of the best places to run and train.

17 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Williams ready to hit the road in new NZ home

Mark Williams is used to being a front-runner, but today he will become a follower in more ways than one when he leaves with his family to start a new life in New Zealand.

The popular distance runner saw his personal belongings loaded on to a ship three weeks ago and will today follow the same path and arrive in Auckland tomorrow morning.

13 Jul 2006 - 12:00am

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