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Insurance giant backs Sports Legacy

Wong Kam Po, Sports Legacy’s programme development executive, and two coaches, Lok Kwan Hoi and Ho Yin Ngai, attended the kick-off ceremony of the Prudential Virtual Velodrome – which simulates racing against track cycling star Sarah Lee – at Hysan Place in Causeway Bay. During the event, the representatives introduced other participants to the Sports Legacy Scheme. Prudential will be donating to Sports Legacy based on the turnout of the event, and will also be supporting our “Fitness Challenge Station” at the Samsung 62nd Festival of Sports. 

Thank you, Prudential, for your generosity! Stay healthy, everyone!

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Promoting Physical Fitness: Sports for Hope Talent Search Fundraising Day

Hosted on 25 and 26 November at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Wan Chai, the Sports for Hope Talent Search Fundraising Day proved to be a huge success in promoting physical fitness to the public.

On the first day, Sports Legacy Scheme's coaching team served more than 250 primary school students in the Talent Search Programme, which included six different physical fitness tests, and used it to scout potential student-athletes. Based on the result, the students were introduced to the NSA Sports Station to enjoy free sports trial.

Fitness Challenge and Team Challenge were held on the second day. 14 corporate teams, ten school teams and a team from Construction Industry Council had been invited to compete with each other. The teams wowed the crowds with their impressive performance.

Sports Legacy Scheme believes that regular fitness training is good for health and sports-specific development. We hope to encourage participants to engage in regular exercises to improve their fitness.

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The SF&OC Sports Legacy Company Limited registered at 17 November 2015 and confirmed the charitable institution status for having the exempt from tax under Section 88 of Inland Revenue Ordinance. The Sports Legacy Scheme 2015-2018 was transferred from Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China to SF&OC Sports Legacy Company Limited with effective on 1 September 2016.