Cheung Ka-long on feelings as HKSAR’s first Olympic gold medalist

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Cheung Ka-long from China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) made history when he defeated Italy’s Daniele Garozzo 15-11 to win the men’s foil individual gold at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday. When asked how he felt as Hong Kong’s first ever Olympic fencing gold medalist, Cheung said for him it felt like a dream.

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