Hong Kong Sevens: holding rugby event behind closed doors not financially viable, sports chief says amid fifth postponement

The option of running Hong Kong Sevens behind closed doors without spectators was ruled out as the move was not financially viable for the organiser, the city’s sports chief said on Saturday as he explained the postponement of the tournament for the fifth time amid the Covid-19 pandemic.Commissioner for Sports Yeung Tak-keung said the rugby sevens event, which involved a large number of players and close bodily contact, made infection control difficult, but added he was confident the tournament…

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