Hong Kong men’s and women’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games windsurfing representative athletes Hayley Chan Hei-man and Michael Cheng Chun-leung at a training session in Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po in June. Photos: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen Hong Kong men’s and women’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games windsurfing representative athletes Hayley Chan Hei-man and Michael Cheng Chun-leung at a training session in Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po in June. Photos: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
Hong Kong men’s and women’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games windsurfing representative athletes Hayley Chan Hei-man and Michael Cheng Chun-leung at a training session in Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po in June. Photos: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen

Tokyo 2020: Hong Kong windsurfers to take advantage of superior Enoshima venue data – ‘we’ve been doing our homework’

  • Hayley Chan and Michael Cheng reflect on year’s extra preparation and course familiarity ahead of postponed Games
  • Head coach Chan: ‘It’s a really advantageous position to be in but it’s still an important test for us all’

Hong Kong men’s and women’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games windsurfing representative athletes Hayley Chan Hei-man and Michael Cheng Chun-leung at a training session in Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po in June. Photos: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen Hong Kong men’s and women’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games windsurfing representative athletes Hayley Chan Hei-man and Michael Cheng Chun-leung at a training session in Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po in June. Photos: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
Hong Kong men’s and women’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games windsurfing representative athletes Hayley Chan Hei-man and Michael Cheng Chun-leung at a training session in Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po in June. Photos: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
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