Some of our directors and executive members went to meet Chief Executive candidate Ms. Regina Ip today, and discussed the Sports Development of Hong Kong. In the one-hour meeting, we made nine policy suggestions in relation to sports development, and listened to her vision of making sports more common in Hong Kong.
Ms. Regina Ip in her Policy Platform suggested providing more flexible study options for youth athletes to help them balance their sports career and academic studies. InspiringHK strives to increase the social mobility of youth through sports. We have met Mr. John Tsang and Ms. Regina Ip so far and look forward to meeting the other Chief Executive candidates. We hope each candidate can promise to put emphasis on sports development through taking on board some of our policy suggestions. ...
Students from InspiringHK received a number of awards at Run for Change 2017, including the Champion, 1st and 2nd runner-up of the 10km Male Individual Race!
Students from RUN Inspires! Kwun Tong, Sham Shui Po and Kwai Tsing classes participated in Run for Change 2017 organized by WWF Hong Kong today. Experienced InspiringHK runners shared their skills and techniques with those who were competing outside school for the first time. Competition should not only be about one’s results, giving a helping hand to others in completing the race is also an important. It a virtue to shines.
Sport training can help develop sportsmanship and eventually increase social mobility. With the significant improvement of our students, we trust that InspiringHK’s mission can sooner or later be achieved.
Taking the lead, our committee members have also donated their lucky money to support InspiringHK! Please join us in helping more underprivileged youth in Hong Kong, providing them with the opportunity to receive sport training and instilling charity and sportsmanship in them!
Congratulations to Tong Lok Yu and Chan Ka Ho for finishing 1st in the Standard Chartered Marathon!
About one year ago, when one of our executives spoke to Coach Ka Ho in a training session, Ka Ho said she discovered a student with a lot of potential, and that was Lok Yu. Yu is quite introverted and humble, and we had never thought that she would become such a fast runner! She trains very hard and if we can put a percentage in the effort she put in, it would be 120%. She never tires, and doesn't even complain when needing to train under pouring rain.
Yu's achievements did not came easily - as a swallow does not make a summer. In addition to hard work, she also received valuable guidance from Ka Ho.
Today Yu finished 1st in the female youth group, and Ka Ho finished 1st in the male group. We really look forward to seeing them in the olympics in the future.