Fencer Vivian Kong Man-wai shows off the gold medal she won at a World Cup event in Havana, Cuba in 2019. Photo: Chan Kin-waFencer Vivian Kong Man-wai shows off the gold medal she won at a World Cup event in Havana, Cuba in 2019. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Fencer Vivian Kong Man-wai shows off the gold medal she won at a World Cup event in Havana, Cuba in 2019. Photo: Chan Kin-wa

Tokyo 2020: Vivian Kong ready to ‘embrace 2021 Olympic Games’, reflecting on ‘what matters most’ amid Covid-19 pandemic

  • Former world number one epee specialist says Covid-19 has given the world the chance to reflect on what is truly important
  • The 26-year-old is ready to work hard towards fulfilling her Olympic dreams by continuing to train hard and compete

Topic |   IOC (International Olympic Committee)
Fencer Vivian Kong Man-wai shows off the gold medal she won at a World Cup event in Havana, Cuba in 2019. Photo: Chan Kin-waFencer Vivian Kong Man-wai shows off the gold medal she won at a World Cup event in Havana, Cuba in 2019. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Fencer Vivian Kong Man-wai shows off the gold medal she won at a World Cup event in Havana, Cuba in 2019. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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