Chris Perry receives a gift of a oar blade in Hong Kong colours, signed by people he worked with during his 36 years as head rowing coach. Photo: Handout
Chris Perry receives a gift of a oar blade in Hong Kong colours, signed by people he worked with during his 36 years as head rowing coach. Photo: Handout

Emotional Chris Perry ends 36-year reign as Hong Kong head rowing coach; World Championship-winning veteran Kenny Wu to take over

  • Perry posts a heartfelt message on Facebook, thanking the rowing and sporting community for their support in his ‘35 years, nine months and 22 days’ in charge
  • Wu helped China’s men’s crew win their first-ever World Championship gold and is a student of Steve Redgrave’s celebrated coach Mike Spracklen

Topic |   Hong Kong Sports Institute
Chris Perry receives a gift of a oar blade in Hong Kong colours, signed by people he worked with during his 36 years as head rowing coach. Photo: Handout
Chris Perry receives a gift of a oar blade in Hong Kong colours, signed by people he worked with during his 36 years as head rowing coach. Photo: Handout
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