Carol Ng Cho-yu seated on a wheelchair designed by seven students from HKUST won silver in the world's first Olympics for bionic athletes, Cybathlon. 26OCT16 SCMP/Jonathan Wong Carol Ng Cho-yu seated on a wheelchair designed by seven students from HKUST won silver in the world's first Olympics for bionic athletes, Cybathlon. 26OCT16 SCMP/Jonathan Wong
Carol Ng Cho-yu seated on a wheelchair designed by seven students from HKUST won silver in the world's first Olympics for bionic athletes, Cybathlon. 26OCT16 SCMP/Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong team wins silver medal at ‘Bionic Olympics’ with innovative wheelchair design

A group of undergraduate students and faculty members at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology developed the wheelchair, which can climb stairs and cross tough terrain

Carol Ng Cho-yu seated on a wheelchair designed by seven students from HKUST won silver in the world's first Olympics for bionic athletes, Cybathlon. 26OCT16 SCMP/Jonathan Wong Carol Ng Cho-yu seated on a wheelchair designed by seven students from HKUST won silver in the world's first Olympics for bionic athletes, Cybathlon. 26OCT16 SCMP/Jonathan Wong
Carol Ng Cho-yu seated on a wheelchair designed by seven students from HKUST won silver in the world's first Olympics for bionic athletes, Cybathlon. 26OCT16 SCMP/Jonathan Wong
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