Rio 2016 Paralympic Games medallists (clockwise from left) Leung Yuk-wing, Justine Charissa Ng, Yu Chui-yee, Tang Wai-lok and Chan Yui-chong arrive at Hong Kong Airport after returning from Brazil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Rio 2016 Paralympic Games medallists (clockwise from left) Leung Yuk-wing, Justine Charissa Ng, Yu Chui-yee, Tang Wai-lok and Chan Yui-chong arrive at Hong Kong Airport after returning from Brazil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games medallists (clockwise from left) Leung Yuk-wing, Justine Charissa Ng, Yu Chui-yee, Tang Wai-lok and Chan Yui-chong arrive at Hong Kong Airport after returning from Brazil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

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Tokyo Paralympics: who are the Hong Kong athletes to watch in Japan?

  • Former Paralympic gold medallists Alison Yu, Leung Yuk-wing and Kelvin Tang are back in action
  • From veterans to first timers, Hongkongers look to shine in wheelchair fencing, boccia and Games debutant badminton

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games medallists (clockwise from left) Leung Yuk-wing, Justine Charissa Ng, Yu Chui-yee, Tang Wai-lok and Chan Yui-chong arrive at Hong Kong Airport after returning from Brazil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Rio 2016 Paralympic Games medallists (clockwise from left) Leung Yuk-wing, Justine Charissa Ng, Yu Chui-yee, Tang Wai-lok and Chan Yui-chong arrive at Hong Kong Airport after returning from Brazil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games medallists (clockwise from left) Leung Yuk-wing, Justine Charissa Ng, Yu Chui-yee, Tang Wai-lok and Chan Yui-chong arrive at Hong Kong Airport after returning from Brazil. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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