27th Jockey Club Elite Coaches Conference
The annual Jockey Club Elite Coaches Conference, co-organised by the Hong Kong Coaching Committee and All-China Sports Federation, was successfully held on 26 October at Hong Kong Sports Institute. Speakers from China and Hong Kong were invited to present on the theme “Sports Nutrition”. Striving to nurture more elites, around 110 Hong Kong coaches were attracted for exchanges with the experts and peers.
Mr. Hui Yung Chung BBS JP (right), Chairman of Hong Kong Coaching Committee and Mr. Long Sheng-jun (left), Representative of All-China Sports Federation warmly greeted each other and exchanged souvenirs.
Group photo of guests and speakers during Opening Ceremony (From left to right)
Dr. Daniel Lee, Associate Director, Elite Training Science & Technology, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Mr. Gabriel Pun, Sports Nutrition Officer, Hong Kong Sports Institute (Speaker)
Dr. Xie Min-hao, Director of the National Institute of Sports Medicine (Sports Medicine Hospital), General Administration of Sport of China (Speaker)
Mr. Long Sheng-jun, Representative of All-China Sports Federation
Mr. Hui Yung Chung, Chairman of Hong Kong Coaching Committee
Mr. Tony Choi, Acting Chief Executive, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Dr. An Nan, Officer of the Sports Nutrition Research Center, National Institute of Sports Medicine, General Administration of Sport of China (Speaker)
Ms. Margaret Siu, Director, High Performance Management, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Dr. Raymond So, Director, Elite Training Science & Technology, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Dr. Xie Min-hao revealed the Nutritional Guides of National Team in preparing for Olympics – Past and Present.
Dr. An Nan, delivered presentation on Common Nutritional Issues of Athletes and Related Measures.
Sharing from Mr. Long Sheng-jun enabled participants having deeper understanding on the coaching system in China.
Presentation by Mr. Gabriel Pun on Strict Weight Control and Female Athletes.
Participants actively engaged in the Q&A session during the Conference.
Participants had the opportunity to exchange during tea break.