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HK Badminton Team Takes First-ever Two Paralympic Medals

05 September 2021

Tokyo Paralympic badminton men's SH6 singles event silver medallist Chu Man-kai (photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled) Read More

Tokyo Paralympic badminton men's WH2 singles event bronze medallist Chan Ho-yuen (photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled) Read More

Tokyo Paralympic badminton men's SH6 singles event silver medallist Chu Man-kai (photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled) Read More

Tokyo Paralympic badminton men's WH2 singles event bronze medallist Chan Ho-yuen (photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled) Read More

On the last day of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Chan Ho-yuen and Chu Man-kai made history for Hong Kong by winning two medals in the newly added sport badminton. Having defeated his Brazilian rival in the men’s SH6 singles semi-final to secure a medal, Chu Man-kai eventually took silver. In the men’s WH2 singles event, Chan Ho-yuen won a bronze medal beating his South Korean opponent with 2-0 wins. Hong Kong finished the Games with a total of five medals comprising 2 silver and 3 bronze.

Event Athletes Position
Boccia BADMINTON
Men's SH6 Singles Chu Man-kai 2nd
Men's WH2 Singles Chan Ho-yuen 2nd
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