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SHA congratulates Hong Kong cycling athletes on their achievements at Asian Track Cycling Championship
     The Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, today (February 10) congratulated Hong Kong’s cycling athletes on achieving great results by winning five gold medals for Hong Kong at the 37th Asian Track Cycling Championship in India.

     Today’s two gold medals were won by Lee Wai-sze as well as Meng Zhaojuan and Pang Yao participating in the Women’s Elite Keirin and Madison respectively. Lee Wai-sze also broke her own record by winning three gold medals in the Championship.

     Mr Lau said, "It is not easy to capture medals in intense competitions. The great achievements of Hong Kong’s athletes not only prove that they have scaled new heights but also contribute to the promotion of cycling. We are very delighted and extend our heartfelt congratulations to them."

     The efforts and commitment of the Hong Kong Cycling Team as well as coaches and other members of the Team led by the Head Coach, Mr Shen Jinkang, should also be highly commended, he said.

     The Hong Kong cycling team has won 11 medals, with details as follows:

Category Elite

Lee Wai-sze - Women's 500m Time Trial Gold medal
                     Women’s Sprint Gold medal
                     Women’s Keirin Gold medal

Lee Wai-sze and Ma Wing-yu – Women’s Team Sprint Silver medal

Diao Xiaojuan – Scratch Bronze medal

Diao Xiaojuan, Leung Bo-yee, Pang Yao and Yang Qianyu – Women’s Team Pursuit Silver medal

Meng Zhaojuan - Women’s Omnium Bronze medal

Meng Zhaojuan and Pang Yao - Women’s Madison Gold medal

Leung Chun-wing - Men's Scratch Gold medal
                            Men’s Omnium Silver medal

Category Junior

Leung Chun-long – Men’s Keirin Bronze medal
Ends/Friday, February 10, 2017
Issued at HKT 23:31
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