Sarah Lee Wai-sze says her mind is far from the Olympics as Hong Kong battles a spike in Covid-19 cases. Photo: AFPSarah Lee Wai-sze says her mind is far from the Olympics as Hong Kong battles a spike in Covid-19 cases. Photo: AFP
Sarah Lee Wai-sze says her mind is far from the Olympics as Hong Kong battles a spike in Covid-19 cases. Photo: AFP

Tokyo Games countdown: Hong Kong athletes try to stay strong as surge in Covid-19 cases dampens Olympic mood

  • Thursday marks one year to the rescheduled opening ceremony but for Sarah Lee, Vivian Kong and Grace Lau, the occasion is overshadowed by the pandemic
  • Badminton player Angus Ng reveals how he lost motivation without playing events until his coach stepped in with short-term goals

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Sarah Lee Wai-sze says her mind is far from the Olympics as Hong Kong battles a spike in Covid-19 cases. Photo: AFPSarah Lee Wai-sze says her mind is far from the Olympics as Hong Kong battles a spike in Covid-19 cases. Photo: AFP
Sarah Lee Wai-sze says her mind is far from the Olympics as Hong Kong battles a spike in Covid-19 cases. Photo: AFP
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