Long jumper Chan Ming-tai misses a chance to test his form with this weekend’s athletics trials at Tseung Kwan O being called off. Photo: Sam Tsang Long jumper Chan Ming-tai misses a chance to test his form with this weekend’s athletics trials at Tseung Kwan O being called off. Photo: Sam Tsang
Long jumper Chan Ming-tai misses a chance to test his form with this weekend’s athletics trials at Tseung Kwan O being called off. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong athletes denied chance to get back on track after two-day trial is called off because of Covid-19 concerns

  • Track and field officials say a surge in Covid-19 cases may be the reason the government refused to approve the event
  • More than 200 athletes including Christy Yiu, Vera Lui and Chan Ming-tai were scheduled to compete for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak

Topic |   Hong Kong Athletics Championships
Long jumper Chan Ming-tai misses a chance to test his form with this weekend’s athletics trials at Tseung Kwan O being called off. Photo: Sam Tsang Long jumper Chan Ming-tai misses a chance to test his form with this weekend’s athletics trials at Tseung Kwan O being called off. Photo: Sam Tsang
Long jumper Chan Ming-tai misses a chance to test his form with this weekend’s athletics trials at Tseung Kwan O being called off. Photo: Sam Tsang
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