Hong Kong Sports Institute to build new fencing stadium amid surge in interest after Olympic gold

The Hong Kong Sports Institute is planning to build a new fencing stadium ahead of the 2024 Olympics, as interest in the sport soars in the wake of Edgar Cheung Ka-long’s historic gold medal win at the Tokyo Games this week.Lam Tai-fai, head of the sports school, revealed the plan on Saturday, saying the fencing facility could take up one or two levels in a new building set to get under way soon after having secured the chief executive’s approval and funding from the government.“There are many…


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