Kazufumi Ose leads Antoine Guillon during the 2019 TransLantau 100. Hong Kong’s strict policy on quarantining inbound travellers has resulted in the 2022 race being downgraded from Major status. Photo: Sunny Lee
Kazufumi Ose leads Antoine Guillon during the 2019 TransLantau 100. Hong Kong’s strict policy on quarantining inbound travellers has resulted in the 2022 race being downgraded from Major status. Photo: Sunny Lee

Letters | Hong Kong’s quarantine policies also threaten to derail trail running scene

  • Readers discuss how pandemic restrictions are affecting the organisation of an international race in November and the city’s ongoing crisis of confidence

Kazufumi Ose leads Antoine Guillon during the 2019 TransLantau 100. Hong Kong’s strict policy on quarantining inbound travellers has resulted in the 2022 race being downgraded from Major status. Photo: Sunny Lee
Kazufumi Ose leads Antoine Guillon during the 2019 TransLantau 100. Hong Kong’s strict policy on quarantining inbound travellers has resulted in the 2022 race being downgraded from Major status. Photo: Sunny Lee
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