HKNPIS x Lockton Triathletes ❤ HK

Project by : Hong Kong Network for the Promotion of Inclusive Society

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Launched: 20 Oct 2021

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We are committed to promote inclusion and always looking for ways to support charitable organizations. This time, with our iron willpower, Lockton team will go for a three-event athletic challenge to raise fund for Hong Kong Network for the Promotion of Inclusion Society (HKNPIS).

Alex Yip, our CEO will partner with three outstanding athletes from HKNPIS- Derek Ko, Jeff Wong and Mok Kim-Wing in canoeing, cycling and running for a total distance of over 20km. Along with Lockton and Fearless Dragon teams, his challenge will be held on December 10.

It is with a strong spirit and mutual support that we overcome every obstacle ahead of us. We can raise awareness for inclusion by working together. Please donate to support HKNPIS now.

 

Our athletes

Alex Yip – CEO Greater China of Lockton Companies (Hong Kong) Limited and Deputy Chairman of the Hong Kong Confederation of Insurance Brokers. Outside of his professional career, Alex is also a life-long athlete who chooses to lead by example when it comes to sports and charity work. Lockton team is active in volunteering and giving back to the society.

Derek Ko (Ko Sir) – a well-known adventure trainer who participated Paralympics and ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships. He is also the world record holder of 5km track one-arm canoeing, awardee for Hong Kong Spirit and Regeneration Warrior. “Don't say no before you try,” is his personal motto.

Jeff Wong – Volunteer ambassador of Fearless Dragon Running Club of HKNPIS. Being born deaf, he is an active promoter of cooperation between hearing and visually impaired. Jeff has participated in many races and relentlessly worked in boosting the awareness of inclusion and in helping people help themselves.

Mok Kim-Wing (Kim) – Chairperson of HKNPIS, recipient of the Top 10 Outstanding Young Person Award of 1999 and founder of the Fearless Dragons Running Club. Though he lost his eyesight as a teen, he has been the leader of disabled runners and putting all his effort in organizing many inclusive running, hiking and star glazing events each year.

 

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