Referring to having helped postpone the February meeting, Yang Deqiang questioned the reason for President Tian’s cancellation of the slag horse

Referring to having helped postpone the February meeting, Yang Deqiang questioned the reason for President Tian’s cancellation of the slag horse

Referring to having helped postpone the February meeting, Yang Deqiang questioned the reason for President Tian's cancellation of the slag horseReferring to having helped postpone the February meeting, Yang Deqiang questioned the reason for President Tian's cancellation of the slag horse

Referring to having helped postpone the February meeting, Yang Deqiang questioned the reason for President Tian’s cancellation of the slag horse

The Athletics Federation announced on Friday the cancellation of this year’s Hong Kong Marathon, citing delays in government approval, resulting in insufficient preparation time. Sports Commissioner Yang Deqiang said yesterday that President Tian was considering rescheduling. He also pointed out that if the current approval was given, the preparation time would be about two months like last year. He questioned why it could not be held the event, and he believed that the cancellation of the event was related to President Tian’s own considerations.

The Hong Kong Marathon which was originally to be held in November was canceled due to lack of preparation time. Yang Deqiang said in a radio program yesterday that Mr Tian submitted a revision proposal to the government on the 7th of this month, and the relevant departments have dealt with it as soon as possible. As of last Friday (16th), Mr Tian said Considering postponing the competition until February next year, the government also replied that Victoria Park has a timetable in February, but Mr Tian said on the same day that he would not consider the postponement and cancel the competition directly. Mr. Tian that it was too urgent to prepare for the competition after only 2 months, so it was cancelled. However, he questioned that the current time is similar to the time approved two months ago last year, “Why can it be arranged in two months last year, but not in two months this year?” He believed that the cancellation of the event was in question. Mr. Consideration

Yang Deqiang also said that President Tian initially hoped to increase the number of participants from 18,000 last year to 33,000, which was only reduced to 25,000 this month. The original Honda President also suggested a “rolling start”, but the authorities were worried that there would be a certain risk of runners removing their masks after the start and gathering close to the starting point. Later, it was suggested to start in groups. Yang emphasized that the government has been actively processing applications, not “unmotivated” as the outside world said. Mr. did not respond. Tian to the event yesterday.

Hong Kong does not have an anti-epidemic road map to block event proposals

In addition, the International Dragon Boat Federation approved that next year’s World Dragon Boat Championships originally scheduled for Hong Kong would be held in Thailand instead. The chairman of the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Association, Zhong Zhile, said on the radio yesterday that the association explained to the conference the current “3 + 4” entry quarantine policy in Hong Kong, and that there is an opportunity to adjust it to “0+ 7” in the future, but the government has never had an epidemic prevention policy. The roadmap or schedule makes it unclear whether Hong Kong can host the event. In order to make it as convenient as possible for the athletes, the conference chooses to hold the event in other countries.

Chung Chi-lok expressed his regret about the result The Federation will still send representatives to Thailand to compete, but the Hong Kong athletes will lose the opportunity to win at home. He worries that if Hong Kong’s anti-epidemic policies remain unchanged, it may not be possible to successfully bid for international sporting events in a short period of time. He also said that the Federation will continue to apply to host the World Dragon Boat Championships in Hong Kong in 2027, hoping that the event can return to Hong Kong in the future.

The original text was published on AM730 https://www.am730.com.hk/local/referring to have helped postpone February – Yang Deqiang questioned the reason for the cancellation of the slag horse by President Tian/339096?utm_source = yahoorss&utm_medium=address

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