Hong Kong fans watching on a giant screen at a shopping mall cheer Edgar Cheung’s victory against Garozzo Daniele of Italy in the men’s individual foil finals in fencing at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 26. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong fans watching on a giant screen at a shopping mall cheer Edgar Cheung’s victory against Garozzo Daniele of Italy in the men’s individual foil finals in fencing at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 26. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Tokyo Olympics: Hong Kong fencing gold made extra special as Covid batters world sport

  • The opportunity to train and fight alongside top-class international competitors is vital to building skills to win. Yet Edgar Cheung topped the world when the chances for that were almost nil

Hong Kong fans watching on a giant screen at a shopping mall cheer Edgar Cheung’s victory against Garozzo Daniele of Italy in the men’s individual foil finals in fencing at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 26. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong fans watching on a giant screen at a shopping mall cheer Edgar Cheung’s victory against Garozzo Daniele of Italy in the men’s individual foil finals in fencing at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 26. Photo: Winson Wong
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