Lee Lai-shan bites on her gold medal during a function at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang Lee Lai-shan bites on her gold medal during a function at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lee Lai-shan bites on her gold medal during a function at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang

Lee Lai-shan thrilled by Cheung Ka-long’s gold medal – after 25 years, ‘Hong Kong athletes are not rubbish’ cry holds true

  • Hong Kong’s first-ever Olympic champion, who won the windsurfing title in Atlanta 1996, hopes for more gold from the squad at Tokyo Games
  • The queen of Hong Kong sport says she hopes the government will pour more resources into sporting facilities in the city after Cheung’s victory

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Lee Lai-shan bites on her gold medal during a function at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang Lee Lai-shan bites on her gold medal during a function at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lee Lai-shan bites on her gold medal during a function at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
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