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Western Harbour Tunnel Elite Coaching Apprenticeship Programme
Western Harbour Tunnel Company Limited (WHTCL) announced our sponsorship of the Hong Kong Sports Institute¡¦s (HKSI) Elite Coaching Apprenticeship Programme (ECAP). A cash sponsorship of HK$380,000 will be offered to the programme in support of Hong Kong elite athletes¡¦ transition from being an athlete to a professional coach. The Western Harbour Tunnel Elite Coaching Apprenticeship Programme cheque presentation ceremony was held on 25 September 2013. Chairman of WHTCL Mr. Vernon Moore, General Manager of WHTCL Mr. Kenneth Pang, Chairman of HKSI Mr. Carlson Tong and Chief Executive of HKSI Dr. Trisha Leahy fully supported this ceremony. Recent participants of ECAP include the multiple-time medalists windsurfer Chan King-yin and karatedo athlete Chan Ka-man. Mr. Vernon Moore said, ¡§We are proud of playing a role in the career transition of Hong Kong elite athletes. WHTCL believes the power in sports that keeps the city alive and healthy. We will continue to provide ongoing support and sponsorship to institutions like HKSI that make our city a better place.¡¨
Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon
The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon is one of Hong Kong's most important sporting occasions, and WHTCL is honoured to be one of the sponsors. WHT has been helping runners across Kowloon and Hong Kong Island since as early as 1999. Runners involved in the Marathon enjoy a rare opportunity to compete while running through our 2-km long tunnel tube, immersed 25 m under the harbour. On 21 January 2018 (Sunday), over 39,000 marathon and half-marathon runners participated in the race with Nathan Road as the starting point, via the WHT, and Victoria Park as the finishing point.
The 14th Tour of South China Sea
To support the major sports events in Hong Kong, WHTCL was again honoured to be the official sponsor and form part of the cycling route. On 12 December 2010, around 280 riders set off in Central passing through the WHT to Tsing Yi where they raced on the island.

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