Members of the Hong Kong delegation to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games pose for a photo at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on August 10. Hong Kong should set up a professional development centre to serve elite athletes (both abled and disabled) who would be retiring within a year. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Members of the Hong Kong delegation to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games pose for a photo at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on August 10. Hong Kong should set up a professional development centre to serve elite athletes (both abled and disabled) who would be retiring within a year. Photo: Chan Kin-wa

Letters | Tokyo Olympics: what Hong Kong can do for its elite athletes next

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Members of the Hong Kong delegation to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games pose for a photo at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on August 10. Hong Kong should set up a professional development centre to serve elite athletes (both abled and disabled) who would be retiring within a year. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Members of the Hong Kong delegation to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games pose for a photo at the Hong Kong Sports Institute on August 10. Hong Kong should set up a professional development centre to serve elite athletes (both abled and disabled) who would be retiring within a year. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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