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Sports Bulletin September 2006

Contents

I. Sporting Achievements

II. Other News



Boccia team (Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled ) wins 3 medals at the Boccia World Championships

Hong Kong boccia team (Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled) won 1 gold and 2 bronze medals at the Boccia World Championships held on 3 íV15 October in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Athlete

Event

Medal

Kwok Hoi-ying

Individual íV BC2

Gold medal

Leung Yuk-wing

Individual íV BC4

Bronze medal

Lau Wai-yan, Leung Yuk-wing,
Wong Po-yau

Pairs íV BC4

Bronze medal

 

 
From right: Kwok Hoi-ying, Leung Yuk-wing
Photo provided by the Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled


Steven Wong wins a gold medal at the National BMX Championships

Hong Kong cyclist Steven Wong won a gold medal at the National BMX Championships held on 30 September in Taiyuan, China.



Table tennis player Li Ching moves up the world ranking list

Congratulations to Hong Kong table tennis player Li Ching who has moved up the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) world ranking list from No.16 to No. 13, the highest world ranking he has ever attained in his career.



Table tennis team wins the women's doubles title at the ITTF Pro Tour Volkswagon Open - Japan

Hong Kong table tennis players Tie Yana and Zhang Rui won the women's doubles event at the ITTF Pro Tour Volkswagon Open - Japan held on 21-24 September in Yokohama, Japan.

 

From left: Zhang Rui, Tie Yana  


Table tennis team (Hong Kong Sports Association for the Mentally Handicapped) wins 8 medals at the INAS-FID Asia & South Pacific Table Tennis Championships

Hong Kong table tennis team (Hong Kong Sports Association for the Mentally Handicapped) won 3 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze medals at the INAS-FID Asia & South Pacific Table Tennis Championships held on 20-24 September in Hong Kong.

Athlete

Event

Medal

Lai Wai-ling

Women's singles

Gold medal

Wong Man-yan

Women's singles

Bronze medal

Lai Wai-ling, Wong Ka-man

Women's doubles

Gold medal

Wong Man-yan, Yeung Chi-ka

Women's doubles

Silver medal

Lai Wai-ling, Wong Ka-man,
Wong Man-yan, Yeung Chi-ka

Women's team

Gold medal

Lam Hiu-kong

Men's singles

Bronze medal

Lam Hiu-kong, So King-kwok

Men's doubles

Silver medal

Lam Hiu-kong, Ng Ho-yin,
So King-kwok

Men's team

Silver medal



Triathlon team wins 2 medals at the Hong Kong ITU Triathlon Asian Cup

Triathlon team won a silver and a bronze medal at the Hong Kong ITU Triathlon Asian Cup held on 14 October in Plover Cove, Hong Kong.

Athlete

Event

Medal

Mak So-ning

Elite women

Bronze medal

Lee Chi-wo

Elite men

Silver medal



Wheelchair fencing team wins 11 medals at the World Wheelchair Fencing Championships

Hong Kong wheelchair fencing team won 6 gold and 5 bronze medals at the World Wheelchair Fencing Championships held on 29 September íV 7 October in Turin, Italy.

Athlete

Event

Medal

Chan Yui-chong

Women's foil individual
(Category B)

Gold medal

Yu Chui-yee

Women's foil individual
(Category A)

Bronze medal

Chan Yui-chong, Fan Pui-san,
Wong Kit-mui, Yu Chui-yee

Women's foil team
(Open)

Gold medal

Chan Yui-chong

Women's epee individual
(Category B)

Gold medal

Yu Chui-yee

Women's epee individual
(Category A)

Gold medal

Chan Yui-chong, Fan Pui-san,
Ng Justine Chariss, Yu Chui-yee

Women's epee team
(Open)

Gold medal

Hui Charn-hung

Men's foil individual
(Category B)

Gold medal

Chung Ting-ching

Men's foil individual
(Category B)

Bronze medal

Chan Wing-kin,
Cheong Meng-chai,
Chung Ting-ching,
Hui Charn-hung,

Men's foil team
(Open)

Bronze medal

Cheong Meng-chai

Men's sabre individual
(Category B)

Bronze medal

Chan Wing-kin,
Cheong Meng-chai,
Hui Charn-hung

Men's sabre team
(Category A)

Bronze medal

Photo provided by the Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled



Elite results roundup (15 August íV 14 September)

Name Event Position / No. of Entries
Badminton
Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships 2006
Wang Chen
Women's Singles
5th/ 60
(28/08/2006, Hong Kong)
 
Cycling
China National Junior Cycling Championships
Choi Ki-ho
1km Individual Obstacle Race
1st/ 15
(23/08/2006, Shenzhen)
Fong Ka-chun
3rd/ 15
 
26th Asian Cycling Championships
Wong Kin-chung
Keirin Elite Men
3rd/ 12
(09/09/2006, Kuala Lumpur)
Wong Kam-po
15km Scratch - Elite Men
3rd/ 13
 
Wong Wan-yiu
24km Elite Women Point Race
3rd/ 12
 
Cheung King-wai
40km Point Race Men's Elite
3rd/ 12
 
Cheung King-wai
50km Madison Elite Men
2nd/ 6
Wong Kam-po
 
13th Asian Junior Cycling Championships
Kwok Ho-ting
10km Scratch - Junior Men
2nd/ 16
(09/09/2006, Kuala Lumpur)
Kwok Ho-ting
24km Junior Men Point Race
3rd/ 17
 
Chui Chi-sek
Team Sprint Junior Men's
3rd/ 5
Kwok Ho-ting
Szeto Hin-leung
 
Fencing
National Fencing Championships
Lau Kwok-kin
Men's Foil
3rd/ 61
(25/08/2006, Guangdong)
 
Snooker
ISBF World Snooker Team Championships
Chan Kwok-ming
Team
3rd/ 14
(25/08/2006, San Jose)
Fung Kwok-wai
Lin Tang-ho
 
Squash
Alexandria Sporting Club Open 2006
Mak Pui-hin
Women's Singles
3rd/ 24
(20/08/2006, Alexandria)
 
Tenpin Bowling
ABF Tour - Hong Kong 2006
Fung Suet-yee
Women's Event
3rd/ 16
(07/09/2006, Hong Kong)
Choi Kin-wai
Men's Event
2nd/ 16
Wu Siu-hong
3rd/ 16
 
Tennis
2006 Asian Championships
Sayer Martin
Men's Doubles
5th/ 16
(04/09/2006, Tashkent)
Yu Hiu-tung
 
Table Tennis
2006 Volkswagen Open - Singapore
Tie Yana
Women's Doubles
2nd/ 26
(07/09/2006, Singapore)
Zhang Rui
 
Jiang Tian-yi
Men's Doubles
3rd/ 40
Tang Peng
 
Panasonic China Grand Prix Table Tennis Championships 2006
Tie Yana
Women's Singles
3rd/ 60
(14/09/2006, Guangzhou)
Li Ching
Men's Singles
3rd/ 113
 
Cheung Yuk
Men's Doubles
3rd/ 46
Leung Chu-yan
 
Jiang Tian-yi
Men's Singles (U21)
1st/ 30
 
ITTF WJC - Tai Yuan International Junior Open Championships
Chiu Chung-hei
Mini Cadet (U-12)
1st/ 34
(31/08/2006, Tai Yuan)
 
Windsurfing
2006 Qingdao International Regatta
Chan King-yin
RS:X Men
3rd/ 34
(30/08/2006, Qingdao)
 
Wushu
1st World Junior Wushu Championships
Kwan Ning-wai
Women's Dual events (Group A)
1st/ 4
(19/08/2006, Kuala Lumpur)
Liu Yee-shan
Yuen Ka-ying
 
Liu Yee-shan
Women's Jianshu (Group A)
4th/ 12
 
Yuen Ka-ying
Women's Nangun (Group A)
2nd/ 17
 
Yuen Ka-ying
Women's Nanquan (Group A)
3rd/ 18
 
Liu Yee-shan
Women's Qiangshu (Group A)
2nd/ 10
 
Fung Wing-see
Women's Chiangquan (Group B)
7th /27
 
Fung Wing-see
Women's Jianshu (Group B)
1st/ 21
 
Fung Wing-see
Women's Qiangshu (Group B)
2nd/ 18
 
Leung Ka-wai
Men's Chiangquan (Group A)
2nd/ 42
Cheng Chung-hang
5th/ 42
 
Cheng Chung-hang
Men's Daoshu (Group A)
2nd/ 28
 
Leung Ka-wai
Men's Dual events (Group A)
2nd/ 5
Leung Man-chun
 
Cheng Chung-hang
Men's Gunshu (Group A)
4th/ 28
 
Leung Ka-wai
Men's Jianshu (Group A)
2nd/ 17
 
Leung Man-chun
Men's Taijijian (Group A)
2nd/ 8
 
Leung Man-chun
Men's Taijiquan (Group A)
2nd/ 10
 
Yeung Yin-kei
Men's Chiangquan (Group B)
4th/ 30
 
Yeung Yin-kei
Men's Daoshu (Group B)
1st/ 27
 
Yeung Yin-kei
Men's Gunshu (Group B)
4th / 28
 
Chan Pak-hei
Men's Qiangshu (Group B)
4th/ 12
 
Chan Pak-hei
Men's 24 Forms Taijiquan (Group B)
2nd/ 5



New references at the Sports Information Centre (SIC)

Kinetic anatomy (2nd edition)

Written by Robert S. Behnke and published by Human Kinetics in 2006, the latest edition continues to address how anatomy affects movement. It contains several new features: colour illustrations, an instructor guide, additional summary tables and an interactive CD-ROM to aid comprehension. This book is useful for athletic trainers, physical education teachers, kinesiologists and coaches.

Cycling - a year round plan

Written by Paul Van Den Bosch and published by Meyer & Meyer Sport in 2006, this book covers comprehensive introduction on cycling training. It contains chapters on the training set up, strength training and training intensity. It also covers areas like training methods for specific competitions, nutrition and sport psychology. With color illustrations and training schedule examples, cycling coaches and athletes will find it resourceful.