The applause of almost 40,000 spectators greets the arrival of 9,000 athletes to McMahon Stadium in Calgary for the opening ceremony of the World Police/Fire Games


Hong Kong team displays new Force
insignia on July 1, 1997

Athletes: Chung Kiu-man (back-right)
finishing second to win silver in the
110-metre hurdles

Team members pose with Canadian Indian


Deputy team manager Lynn Edwards
with C Silverbery, Chief of the
Calgary Police Service


Lawn bowls: Vincent Chung Yuk-fung plays a delicate shot

Tennis:Husband and wife duo Lee wing-cheung and Sue after winning silver in the mixed doubles

Athletics: Carol Cheng Mei-lin on the podium after winning the gold medal (her second gold) in the women's 5,000 metres

Badminton: Medal winners (left to right) Clarence Chan Chiu- nup, Erika Tong Yee-man, and Eddie Kan Shu-keung

Hong Kong Police Team marches into stadium during opening ceremony

Mamas don't let your children grow up to be cowboys: Ian Tyzzer gets into the spirit of the Stample with other members of the Hong Kong Police Team

Tennis: Jimmy Lok Chi-ming receives his silver medal for the men's doubles, while his American partner Jim Coleman looks on

Golf: Lords if the fairways William Kwan Tin-po (left) and Lau Kwong-hon

Athetics: Carol Cheng Mei-lin winning
the gold medal in the senior 10,000 metres

Tenpin bowling: The Hong Kong team with their medals. left to right: Victor Yim Chi-shing, Chan Chi-keung, Kwong Lok-sang, and Tam Wai-Kit

Table tennis: Lau Chung-fung (left) and Eddie
Ma Lung-sang with their medals. Eddie gets
gold in men's double ; gold in mixed doubles;
and silver in single. While Lau Chung-fung
takes gold in men's doubles and bronze in single

Team members capture an exhausted team manger Ian Tyzzer after celebrating medal victories in one of Calgary's fine Chinese restaurants

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