Lee Wai-sze bites her bronze medal at the London Olympics in 2012. Photo: SCMP Lee Wai-sze bites her bronze medal at the London Olympics in 2012. Photo: SCMP
Lee Wai-sze bites her bronze medal at the London Olympics in 2012. Photo: SCMP
James Porteous
Opinion

Opinion

James Porteous

If Hong Kong Olympic hero Sarah Lee Wai-sze really wants to quit, then let her do so with the dignity she deserves rather than amid petty squabbling

Cycling star can’t receive the support of a full-time athlete if she is not prepared to put in the miles, but sport’s authorities also should not alienate the London 2012 hero

Lee Wai-sze bites her bronze medal at the London Olympics in 2012. Photo: SCMP Lee Wai-sze bites her bronze medal at the London Olympics in 2012. Photo: SCMP
Lee Wai-sze bites her bronze medal at the London Olympics in 2012. Photo: SCMP
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James Porteous

James Porteous

James Porteous has been a sports journalist for more than 15 years, covering events all over the world, from Olympics and Champions League finals right down to local amateur action. He writes a weekly column and brings you the latest news and interviews from sport in Hong Kong, China and beyond. Follow him on twitter @jamesporteous