Members of Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team (from left) Fiona Fong Ka-ma, 15, Cordia Tsoi Po-yee, 17, and Christy Ren, 18, at Taikoo Shing Ice-skating rink on February 3, 2002. Photo: SCMP Members of Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team (from left) Fiona Fong Ka-ma, 15, Cordia Tsoi Po-yee, 17, and Christy Ren, 18, at Taikoo Shing Ice-skating rink on February 3, 2002. Photo: SCMP
Members of Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team (from left) Fiona Fong Ka-ma, 15, Cordia Tsoi Po-yee, 17, and Christy Ren, 18, at Taikoo Shing Ice-skating rink on February 3, 2002. Photo: SCMP

Utah 2002: schoolgirl joins Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team

  • Speedskater Fiona Fong joined Hong Kong’s tiny Winter Games squad heading to Salt Lake City at the last minute
  • South China Morning Post says the trio of teenage women athletes qualifying for the Olympics was a ‘massive achievement’ 

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Members of Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team (from left) Fiona Fong Ka-ma, 15, Cordia Tsoi Po-yee, 17, and Christy Ren, 18, at Taikoo Shing Ice-skating rink on February 3, 2002. Photo: SCMP Members of Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team (from left) Fiona Fong Ka-ma, 15, Cordia Tsoi Po-yee, 17, and Christy Ren, 18, at Taikoo Shing Ice-skating rink on February 3, 2002. Photo: SCMP
Members of Hong Kong’s first Winter Olympics team (from left) Fiona Fong Ka-ma, 15, Cordia Tsoi Po-yee, 17, and Christy Ren, 18, at Taikoo Shing Ice-skating rink on February 3, 2002. Photo: SCMP
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