Languages Cantonese, English, Korean, Mandarin
License number 20011993000
|Anaheim, California (USA), 2018-03-16|
When and where did you begin this sport? He began fencing in 2002 while he was at primary school.
Why this sport? He thought fencing was an interesting sport when he was a child.
Nicknames Prince of Foil, Nic (hk01.com, 05 Dec 2018; mingpao.com, 26 Apr 2012)
Hero / Idol Korean fencer Choi Byung-Chul. (the-sun.on.cc, 24 Dec 2013)
Awards and honours In 2013 he was presented with a Potential Sports Star Award in Hong Kong, China. (hkolympic.org, 19 Nov 2013)
Famous relatives His father has served as a team manager for the Hong Kong Fencing Association. His sister Natasha Erica Choi has competed in fencing at international junior level. (yp.scmp.com, 28 Jul 2010; sportsoho.com, 20 Jul 2010; gmanetwork.com, 15 Mar 2010)
Other information RETIREMENT
He announced his retirement from the sport in December 2018. "The past 15 years have been an incredible journey. It is now time for me to venture elsewhere and create a new chapter in my life, even there is no absolute plan about my future for now." (Instagram profile, 05 Dec 2018; hk01.com, 05 Dec 2018)
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