Hong Kong’s first-ever sports science and medicine support centre to provide extra services for Olympians

Hong Kong will set up a specialised sports science and medicine support centre in Ginza to provide additional services to athletes taking part in the Tokyo Olympics.

The centre will be the first of its kind for Hong Kong in a major Games and will be staffed by professionals such as physiotherapists, sports psychologists, nutritionists and fitness conditioning experts from the Hong Kong Sports Institute.

Hong Kong is sending 46 athletes, including two alternates, to the Games with the squad…


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