Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited (HKSI)
About Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited (HKSI)
The Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited (HKSI) was established on 1 October 2004. The aim of the HKSI is to provide an environment in which sport talent can be identified, nurtured and developed to pursue excellence in sport. Other than sports facilities, the support given to athletes includes elite coaching and training, sports science, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, athlete affairs and education, applied research and sports information.
The HKSI’s mission is to provide an environment in which sports talent can be identified, nurtured and developed to pursue excellence in the international sporting arena benchmarked at Asian and Olympic Games results.
Guided by the Government’s current policy direction, and using its professional expertise in elite sport, the Hong Kong Sports Institute’s (HKSI) vision is to become the region’s elite training systems delivery leader by providing state-of-the-art, evidence-based, elite sports training and athlete support systems resulting in sustainable world-class sports results.
In its role as the Government’s elite sport training systems delivery agent, the HKSI is committed to working in partnership with the Government, the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China and the National Sports Associations to provide an environment in which sports talent can be identified, nurtured, and developed to pursue excellence in the international sporting arena.
The HKSI holds that sport constitutes a fundamental social institution central to achieving public health goals of healthy, productive, united communities. The HKSI operates in an environment characterised by an uncompromising and ethical pursuit of excellence in sport through:
- accountability to process and outcome
- collegial stakeholder engagement
- collaboration and teamwork
Interview with Trisha Leahy, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Sports Institute
4 jobs with Hong Kong Sports Institute Limited (HKSI)
Reporting to the Fencing Coach under the oversight of the Head Fencing Coach
Reporting to the Sport Medicine Manager and the Senior Sport Physiotherapist, the Sport Physiotherapist will be responsible for..
To liaise and plan with coaches and other technical support professionals on elite athletes’ recovery process
Reporting to the Scientific Conditioning Manager and the Senior Scientific Conditioning Coach, the Strength & Conditioning Coach will be ...