Fencer Vivian Kong and wheelchair badminton player Daniel Chan try their hand at floor curling in Tsuen Wan under the Jockey Club Innovative and Adventurous Sports for All programme. Photo: Chan Kin-wa Fencer Vivian Kong and wheelchair badminton player Daniel Chan try their hand at floor curling in Tsuen Wan under the Jockey Club Innovative and Adventurous Sports for All programme. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Fencer Vivian Kong and wheelchair badminton player Daniel Chan try their hand at floor curling in Tsuen Wan under the Jockey Club Innovative and Adventurous Sports for All programme. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Fencing

Hong Kong fencer Vivian Kong inspired by rival Nathalie Moellhausen to beat boredom and stay motivated during Covid-19

  • The former world number one epeeist struggled to focus without competition but now knows that fencing is part of her life and not only about tournaments
  • The World Cup series is expected to resume in Havana in January while March’s Chengdu event will act as an Olympic qualifier for the épée team

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Fencer Vivian Kong and wheelchair badminton player Daniel Chan try their hand at floor curling in Tsuen Wan under the Jockey Club Innovative and Adventurous Sports for All programme. Photo: Chan Kin-wa Fencer Vivian Kong and wheelchair badminton player Daniel Chan try their hand at floor curling in Tsuen Wan under the Jockey Club Innovative and Adventurous Sports for All programme. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Fencer Vivian Kong and wheelchair badminton player Daniel Chan try their hand at floor curling in Tsuen Wan under the Jockey Club Innovative and Adventurous Sports for All programme. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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