How Families Raise Olympians | Beijing 2022

Mar 24 , 2022 | Lifestyle

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Audrey King's unlikely story as a Hong Kong Olympic skier has inspired people in her hometown and beyond. In this conversation with James Chau, she and her father discuss the focus, sacrifice, and passion that is necessary for a shot at success. 

 

Part 1: Hong Kong’s Winter Olympian | Beijing 2022

Part 2: Together for a Shared Future | Beijing 2022

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