Wong Ho-chung in his quarantine hotel where he must remain for 21 days after racing 171km in France. Photo: Handout
Wong Ho-chung in his quarantine hotel where he must remain for 21 days after racing 171km in France. Photo: Handout
Patrick Blennerhassett
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View From The Edge by Patrick Blennerhassett

Hong Kong’s greatest trail runner in 21-day quarantine after gruelling UTMB as Nicole Kidman roams free – a tale of two people

  • The 34-year-old completed one of the toughest ultra-marathons in the world, came 11th for Hong Kong, and is now quarantined in a small room with no treadmill
  • Wong, who is fully vaccinated and took an antibody test before leaving, only found out about the quarantine changes the day he was scheduled to fly to Europe

Wong Ho-chung in his quarantine hotel where he must remain for 21 days after racing 171km in France. Photo: Handout
Wong Ho-chung in his quarantine hotel where he must remain for 21 days after racing 171km in France. Photo: Handout
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