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After 14 medals in the past two days, Hong Kong show no signs of slowing down as the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games rolls on.
The city’s women’s sevens team have won a medal for the first time, taking bronze – and it could get even better for Hong Kong on the rugby front.
The men won gold at the last Games and have the chance to do so again after beating Japan in dramatic fashion in the semi-finals. They face South Korea in the final at 6.05pm on Tuesday.
Teenaged tennis star Coleman Wong Chak-lam has also pulled off a stunning upset against China’s Wu Yibing in the third round of the singles, in what is the biggest win of his career.
Two more medals came late on Tuesday afternoon – Ngai Wai-yan took silver in the women’s windsurfing RS:X event, before the equestrian dressage team won bronze.
There’s plenty more to keep an eye on later, with golden girl Siobhan Haughey back in the pool for the 100 metres freestyle final. She will be looking for her fourth medal of these Games.
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Reporting: Nicolas Atkin, Tom Bell, Lars Hamer, Katie Giordano, and Paul McNamara, with Josh Ball and Mike Chan in Hangzhou