Hong Kong rope skipping champion Timothy Ho Chu-ting at a Red Bull Skip to Fit event at Decathlon Tseung Kwan O in May. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Hong Kong rope skipping champion Timothy Ho Chu-ting at a Red Bull Skip to Fit event at Decathlon Tseung Kwan O in May. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong

World champion rope skipper Timothy Ho Chu-ting calls for Hong Kong to embrace thriving sport as he aims for new world record

  • Former world record-holder Ho says sport’s increasing popularity is natural given fitness perks and spatial convenience
  • ‘People should appreciate that the simplest things can be the most difficult,’ says Ho as team prepares for world champs

Topic |   Health & Fitness
Hong Kong rope skipping champion Timothy Ho Chu-ting at a Red Bull Skip to Fit event at Decathlon Tseung Kwan O in May. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Hong Kong rope skipping champion Timothy Ho Chu-ting at a Red Bull Skip to Fit event at Decathlon Tseung Kwan O in May. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
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