Chief Executive Carrie Lam celebrates Sarah Lee’s win against South Korea’s Lee Hye-jin in the sprint final at the 2019 track cycling World Cup at Hong Kong Velodrome in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Felix Wong
Chief Executive Carrie Lam celebrates Sarah Lee’s win against South Korea’s Lee Hye-jin in the sprint final at the 2019 track cycling World Cup at Hong Kong Velodrome in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong’s Nations Cup cycling event may be called off if government fails to make quick decision on quarantine exemptions

  • The inaugural UCI sanctioned track cycling event could be one of the first major international sporting events in Hong Kong since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Organisers hope to set up a safety bubble with designated transport and want the government to ease quarantine restrictions for overseas participants

Chief Executive Carrie Lam celebrates Sarah Lee’s win against South Korea’s Lee Hye-jin in the sprint final at the 2019 track cycling World Cup at Hong Kong Velodrome in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Felix Wong
Chief Executive Carrie Lam celebrates Sarah Lee’s win against South Korea’s Lee Hye-jin in the sprint final at the 2019 track cycling World Cup at Hong Kong Velodrome in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Felix Wong
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