Problematic link from Hong Kong’s sports federation caused national anthem blunder, ice hockey body says

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Hong Kong Free Press

The recent national anthem blunder at an international ice hockey match came after the organisers failed to download the correct version from a hyperlink provided by Hong Kong’s top sports federation, the city’s ice hockey body has said. The Hong Kong Ice Hockey Association (HKIHA) on Tuesday laid blame on the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (SF&OC), after pro-democracy protest song Glory to Hong Kong was played at an Ice Hockey World Championship match instead of China’s March of the Volunteers on February 28. Annie Kwan, head of the city’s ice hockey team at the w…

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