(L-R) Tchoukball player and coach Lin Pak-hei, chief executive of InspiringHK Sports Foundation Judy Kong, and karate coach Woody Yip in Quarry Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong (L-R) Tchoukball player and coach Lin Pak-hei, chief executive of InspiringHK Sports Foundation Judy Kong, and karate coach Woody Yip in Quarry Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(L-R) Tchoukball player and coach Lin Pak-hei, chief executive of InspiringHK Sports Foundation Judy Kong, and karate coach Woody Yip in Quarry Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Covid-19 hits Hong Kong sports: athletes slow down, events are cancelled, coaches worry over loss of income

  • Some coaches run online training sessions to connect with students, make up for lost earnings
  • InspiringHK Sports Foundation puts out 85 videos to encourage people to work out at home

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
(L-R) Tchoukball player and coach Lin Pak-hei, chief executive of InspiringHK Sports Foundation Judy Kong, and karate coach Woody Yip in Quarry Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong (L-R) Tchoukball player and coach Lin Pak-hei, chief executive of InspiringHK Sports Foundation Judy Kong, and karate coach Woody Yip in Quarry Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(L-R) Tchoukball player and coach Lin Pak-hei, chief executive of InspiringHK Sports Foundation Judy Kong, and karate coach Woody Yip in Quarry Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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