It was in 1996 that Lee Lai-shan (left) put Hong Kong on the international sports map by winning the women's windsurfing gold medal at the Atlanta Olympics, in the United States.Sunday, 1 July, 2012, 12:00am
People should be offered bigger tax incentives to encourage them to have more children, windsurfing coach Sam Wong Tak-sum said after his wife, Lee Lai-shan, gave birth to their second girl on Sunday.
They introduced their baby, who has not been named, to the media yesterday at the Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital. Their other daughter, Haylie, is two this month.15 Aug 2007 - 12:00am
Many mothers find the pain of childbirth to be excruciating, but for windsurfing champion Lee Lai-shan it was nothing compared with the suffering she has experienced in the heat of competition.1 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
Having three children is not on the agenda for windsurfing mother-to-be Lee Lai-shan, whatever Donald Tsang Yam-kuen says.
Speaking on radio about the chief secretary's appeal for couples to have at least three children, the 1996 Olympic gold medallist said having three children might be too much for her and husband Sam Wong Tak-sum.28 Feb 2005 - 12:00am
Lee Lai-shan's bid to win successive women's mistral titles on the European circuit were dashed when mother nature intervened on day four of the SPA Regatta in Medemblik, Netherlands.26 May 2003 - 12:00am
Lee Lai-shan's hopes of back-to-back women's mistral titles nosedived after a disappointing performance on day three of the SPA Regatta at Medemblik, Netherlands.25 May 2003 - 12:00am
Lee Lai-shan clawed her way back into contention in the women's mistral event at the SPA Regatta in Medemblik, Netherlands, after finishing first and seventh in her two races on Thursday to move into second place overall.24 May 2003 - 12:00am
Lee Lai-shan moved up one place to third in the overall standings at the windsurfing European Championships in Palermo, Sicily, after finishing second in the only race staged on day two of the competition.11 May 2003 - 12:00am
Teenage star Chan Wai-man is ready to step out of sister Wai-kei's shadow after beating Hong Kong's number two windsurfer for the first time at the Singapore Open this week. 'I was happy to win the title and show I've closed the gap with my sister,' said Wai-man, 18.3 Jan 2003 - 12:00am
Olympic heroine Lee Lai-shan has been simulating high-intensity competition in a battery of tests to pinpoint the pains wracking her body.20 Dec 2002 - 12:00am