Daryl Wong, Gregory Smyth and Keith Fong say the government needs to take into account the negative impact of not being able to play sports. Photo: Jonathan Wong Daryl Wong, Gregory Smyth and Keith Fong say the government needs to take into account the negative impact of not being able to play sports. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Daryl Wong, Gregory Smyth and Keith Fong say the government needs to take into account the negative impact of not being able to play sports. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Ice hockey scene in Hong Kong worries that kids are suffering without sport – ‘The cure can’t be worse than the disease’

  • Hong Kong’s hockey scene, encompassing ice, inline and ball, has been closed for more than 140 days since the pandemic started
  • China Hockey Group’s Gregory Smyth warns of long-lasting effects of keeping children from playing the sports they love

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Daryl Wong, Gregory Smyth and Keith Fong say the government needs to take into account the negative impact of not being able to play sports. Photo: Jonathan Wong Daryl Wong, Gregory Smyth and Keith Fong say the government needs to take into account the negative impact of not being able to play sports. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Daryl Wong, Gregory Smyth and Keith Fong say the government needs to take into account the negative impact of not being able to play sports. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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