David Griffiths, CEO of the Jubilee Sports Centre, at the construction site, in 1978. Photo: SCMP David Griffiths, CEO of the Jubilee Sports Centre, at the construction site, in 1978. Photo: SCMP
David Griffiths, CEO of the Jubilee Sports Centre, at the construction site, in 1978. Photo: SCMP

How Hong Kong Sports Institute was inspired by Harvard University and an army camp

  • The huge Sha Tin complex, initially called the Jubilee Sports Centre and now known as the Hong Kong Sports Institute, opened in 1982
  • ‘It provides splendid facilities for train­ing Hongkong’s sportsmen and sports­women of the future,’ Post sports reporter wrote

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David Griffiths, CEO of the Jubilee Sports Centre, at the construction site, in 1978. Photo: SCMP David Griffiths, CEO of the Jubilee Sports Centre, at the construction site, in 1978. Photo: SCMP
David Griffiths, CEO of the Jubilee Sports Centre, at the construction site, in 1978. Photo: SCMP
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