Hong Kong Sport Institute (HKSI) 香港體育學院
With an injection of HK$250 million in 2020/21, the Hong Kong Athletes Fund (HKAF) further facilitates athletes’ career development with a series of enhanced supportive measures, covering education grants for post-secondary study programmes and short-term sports certificate programmes, and cash incentives for retired athletes under the Elite Athletes Performance Recognition Scheme. Click HERE
for application details.
Partnership School Programme Fosters Athletes' Dual Career Pathway
Inaugurated in 2015, the HKSI's Partnership School Programme with Lam Tai Fai College and the English Schools Foundation enables young athletes to train full-time while studying at the senior secondary level.
4 Young Athletes Recognised in OJAA 2020 Q1
Four junior athletes from two sports were crowned OJAA title in this quarter for their excellent achievement. The recipients are
Cheng Sin-yan and Ko Shing-hei (Badminton); and
Wong Chak-lam and Wong Hong-yi (Tennis)...
4 Medals from Junior Windsurfers at Asian Champs
Hong Kong junior windsurfers brought home
2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal from the Techno Asian Championships 2020 held in Oman. Asgar Kikabhoy dominated the fleet to win the techno 293 plus youth boys title, while Fung Yuk-kiu, Choy Wing-tung and Leung Hau-sang took the gold, silver and bronze respectively in the techno 293 youth girls event...
Wins Bronze at
Cyclist Lee Wai-sze captured a bronze medal in the elite women’s sprint event at the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships held in Germany, and secured two berths each for Hong Kong in the women's sprint and keirin events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics...Read More >
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