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Sports Bulletin Vol.11, 2016

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I. Monthly Highlights
Hong Kong won an impressive 18 medals at the 2nd World Taijiquan Championships held in Warsaw, Poland on 14 - 20 October: 7 gold and 11 silver íK More



Teenager Mak Cheuk-wing is hailed as hero after landing junior windsurfing world title
Thirteen-year-old Mak Cheuk-wing was the centre of attention after becoming world champion in the Girls U15 event at the Techno 293 World Championship held on 22 - 29 October in Lake Garda, Italy íK
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Hong Kong men champions of rugby's Asian Sevens Series
Hong Kong's men's rugby team were crowned Asian Sevens Series champions for the third time in five years after winning all three legs of the series íK
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Young fencers wins major junior fencing title
Young Hong Kong fencer Cheung Ka-long took the men's foil title at the Junior World Cup in Bangkok íK
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II. Sporting Achievements (1 ‑ 31 October)
Badminton team wins 2 medals at the SCG Thailand Open
Badminton team wins 2 medals at the Blibli.com Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior Championships
Badminton team wins 1 gold medal at the Chinese Taipei Masters
Badminton athlete Cheung Ngan-yi wins 1 bronze medal at the YONEX Denmark Open
Badminton athlete Ng Ka-long wins 1 bronze medal at the YONEX French Open
Billiard sports athlete Ng On-yee wins 1 bronze medal at the the LITEtask UK Ladies Championship
Equestrian team gets the overall champion and 2nd runner up at the LONGINES FEI World Cup Jumping, China League
Sports Climbing athlete Chan Cheung-chi wins 1 gold medal at the CMA Climbing Championship - Gaobeidian, Hebei
Rowing team wins 3 gold medals at the Asian Rowing Junior Championships
Squash team wins 2 medals at the Malaysian Squash Tour
Table tennis athlete Wong Chun-ting wins 1 bronze medal at the LIEBHERR Men's World Cup
Table tennis athlete Lee Ka-yee wins 1 silver medal at the ITTF World Cadet Challenge
Table tennis athlete Wong Chin-yau wins 1 gold medal at the Slovak Cadet Open - ITTF Junior Circuit
Tennis team wins 1 silver medal at the ITF Seogwipo Asia/Oceania Closed Junior Championships (B1)
Elite results roundup (1 ‑ 30 September)

III. Other News
Appointment of HKSI Deputy Chief Executive
Elite Athletes and Sports Media Fun Day held at the HKSI
Elite athletes showed their care to the community
Chan Chun-hing officiates at the Construction Industry Sports and Volunteering Programme Launching Ceremony
Shek Wai-hung shared at Depression Screening Campaign 2016
Visit and Exchange
     ‑ National Sports Training Center of Chinese Taipei delegation visits HKSI
New titles at the Sports Information Centre (SIC)
Two new books on elite sport management and sports medicine are now available at the SIC.
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Terrific performance at World Taijiquan Championships from Hong Kong athletes
Hong Kong won an impressive 18 medals at the 2nd World Taijiquan Championships held in Warsaw, Poland on 14 - 20 October: 7 gold and 11 silver.

It was a big improvement on their performance at the inaugural event in Chengdu two years ago, when the team took home eight medals (two gold).

Among the team's standouts were Debbie Yeung, who won two gold and a silver, and Hui Tak-yan and Sat Pak-long, with a gold and two silver each.

HKSI's Head Wushu Coach Liu Tao was delighted with the results and cheered for a "breakthrough in this year's championships".

"Their performance was perfect, especially as there were stricter score deduction criteria," he added.

"The taijiquan team was formed only in 2014, but they've already achieved outstanding results in international competitions and made a big improvement in these two years."

Hong Kong sent four men and four women to compete in 24 events at the championships.

"The secret of our success was more systematic training," added Liu. "They trained with mainland teams such as the Guangdong team and we invited an expert from the Beijing Sport University to guide them once or twice a year."

"All the efforts paid off with and were shown in the results." Coach Liu said he was especially pleased with the performance of the young team."

Liu came to Hong Kong in 2012 and during these years, one of his main focuses has been guiding the transition between the older and younger generation.

"This year's Asian Championships was the first time almost no 'old' athletes competed," he added. "Out of 12, 10 were young, and the other two were only a bit 'older'."

"And most of them were locally born and bred, the development of young local athletes is good.

"Our major target is to get a good result in Taijiquan, Nanquan and Changquan at the 2018 Asian Games."

The event attracted over 300 competitors from 31 countries and regions.
Athlete Event Medal
Sat Pak-long Men's Group A Simplified 32 Movements Taijijian Gold
Hui Tak-yan Men's Group A&B New Chen Style Taijijian Gold
Zhuang Jiahong Men's Group B Chen Style Taijiquan (56 Movements) Gold
Debbie Yeung Women's Group A 3rd Set Taijijian Gold
Chen Suijin Women's Group B 42 Movements Taijijian Gold
Tan Jiayi Women's Group A 3rd Set Taijiquan Gold
Debbie Yeung Women's Group A New Yang Style Taijiquan Gold
Hui Tak-yan Men's Group B Optional Taijijian Silver
Sat Pak-long Men's Group A&B 3rd Set Taijijian Silver
Hui Tak-yan Men's Group A&B New Yang Style Taijijian Silver
Yeung Chung-hei Men's Group B New Yang Style Taijiquan Silver
Sat Pak-long Men's Group A&B 3rd Set Taijiquan Silver
Zhuang Jiahong Men's Group A&B Optional Taijiquan Silver
Mok Uen-ying Women's Group A&B New Yang Style Taijijian Silver
Mok Uen-ying Women's Group A&B Optional Taijijian Silver
Debbie Yeung Women's Group A 3rd Set Taijiquan Silver
Tan Jiayi Women's Group A Simplified 24 Movements Taijiquan Silver
Chen Suijin Women's Group B Optional Taijiquan Silver
Chen Suijin Debbie Yeung
Zhuang Jiahong Sat Pak-long Tan Jiayi
From left: Debbie Yeung, Sat Pak-long, Guo Yina (Wushu Coach, HKSI), Kwan Chi-cheung (Team Manager),
Liu Tao (Head Wushu Coach, HKSI), Chen Suijin, Tan Jiayi, Mok Uen-ying
(Photos provided by the Hong Kong Wushu Union)

Teenager Mak Cheuk-wing is hailed as hero after landing junior windsurfing world title
Thirteen-year-old Mak Cheuk-wing was the centre of attention after becoming world champion in the Girls U15 event at the Techno 293 World Championship held on 22 - 29 October in Lake Garda, Italy.

Mak returned to a hero's welcome and was mobbed by reporters at Hong Kong airport.

She beated several older rivals to win Hong Kong's first world title in the Techno class and paid tribute to her coaches."Coach Cheng Hing-lun always pushes me to train harder and coach Cheng Kwok-fai here in Garda helped me fine-tune my skills and tactics before racing," said Mak.

She also thanked her parents for supporting her and allowing her to do a sport that she loves. "Every time I go to practice, my father would be waiting for me on the shore, such support makes me more motivated," she added.

HKSAR Chief Executive CY Leung was among those congratulating her, calling her Hong Kong's "new star" on his Facebook page.
Mak Cheuk-wing Mak Cheuk-wing

Hong Kong men champions of rugby's Asian Sevens Series
Hong Kong's men's rugby team were crowned Asian Sevens Series champions for the third time in five years after winning all three legs of the series.

Hong Kong triumphed at home, in South Korea and in Sri Lanka to top the standings by nine points over Sri Lanka.

The win gives them a place in the qualifying tournament for the World Rugby Sevens Series at the Hong Kong Sevens in April, and also the opportunity to face the world's top teams at the Singapore Sevens the following week.

Hong Kong narrowly lost out to Japan in last year's World Series qualifier and will be hoping to go one better and join the world's elite teams.

"There is no magic recipe," HKSI's Head Rugby Coach Gareth Baber said."It is about gradual improvement and generating the learning within the players and surrounding them with a good environment and giving them the opportunity to develop."

"We have just got to keep working as coaches and players to develop our squad and put a game together that can match the rest of the world when it comes to trying to get on to a world series."

And there was another medal for Hong Kong rugby as the women's team finished third overall in their series.
Leg (Date, Venue) Athlete Event Medal
3rd leg (10-11 October, Colombo, Sri Lanka) Jack Alfie Capon, Michael Coverdale,
Jason Scott Jeyam, Lee Ross Jones,
Tomasi Lawa, Lee Ka-to,
Christopher Russell Maize,
Ryan Meacheam, Benjamin Rimene,
Rowan Varty, Max John Woodward,
Yiu Kam-shing
Men's 7-a-side Gold
Final Ranking
(10-11 October, Colombo, Sri Lanka)
Jack Alfie Capon, Michael Coverdale,
James Cunningham, Jason Scott Jeyam,
Lee Ross Jones, Tomasi Lawa, Lee Ka-to,
Christopher Russell Maize,
Alexander Robert Mcqueen,
Thomas William Mcqueen,
Ryan Meacheam, Benjamin Rimene,
Rowan Varty, Max John Woodward,
Mark Edward Wright, Yiu Kam-shing
Men's 7-a-side Gold
Final Ranking
(10-11 October, Colombo, Sri Lanka)
Cheng Ka-chi, Cheng Tsz-ting,
Chong Ka-yan, Adrienne Donna Garvey,
Kwong Sau-yan, Li Nim-yan, Nam Ka-man,
Natasha Shangwe Olson-Thorne,
Poon Pak-yan, Amelie Odile Marie Seure,
Sham Wai-sum, Colleen Jenny Tjosvold,
Lindsay Varty, Yuen Lok-yee
Women's 7-a-side Bronze
Hong Kong rugby sevens team
(Photo provided by the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union)

Young fencers wins major junior fencing title
Young Hong Kong fencer Cheung Ka-long took the men's foil title at the Junior World Cup in Bangkok.

The Olympian's win also helped his colleagues (Choi Chun-yin, Lee Yat-long, O Chun-yee) lift the team foil title.

With Nicholas Edward Choi replacing Cheung, the team also won team foil at the Asian Under 23 Fencing Championships in Tokyo a few weeks later; Nicholas's silver in the individual foil was key. Hong Kong also won another silver and two bronze.
Athlete Event Medal
Men's Foil Junior World Cup / 8 - 9 October / Bangkok, Thailand
Cheung Ka-long Men's Foil Gold
Cheung Ka-long, Choi Chun-yin, Lee Yat-long, O Chun-yee Men's Foil, Team Gold
5th Asian Under 23 Fencing Championships / 25 - 30 October / Tokyo, Japan
Choi Chun-yin, Nicholas Edward Choi,Lee Yat-long, O Chun-yee Men's Foil, Team Gold
Nicholas Edward Choi Men's Foil Silver
Hsieh Sin-yan Women's Epee Silver
Fong Kiu Men's Epee Bronze
Kimberley Vanessa Cheung Women's Foil Bronze
From left: Fong Kiu, Jiang Haitao (Assistant Fencing Coach, HKSI) From left: Nicholas Edward Choi, Zhang Han (Assistant Fencing Coach, HKSI)
From left: Hsieh Sin-yan, Lo Shan-shan (Part-time Fencing Coach, HKSI) From left: Song Wenjie (Assistant Fencing Coach, HKSI), Kimberley Vanessa Cheung
From left: Nicholas Edward Choi, O Chun-yee, Zhang Han (Assistant Fencing Coach, HKSI), Choi Chun-yin, Lee Yat-long
(Photos provided by the Hong Kong Fencing Association)

Badminton team wins 2 medals at the SCG Thailand Open
The Hong Kong badminton team won a silver and a bronze medal at the SCG Thailand Open 2016 held on 4 - 9 October in Bangkok, Thailand.
Athlete Event Medal
Tang Chun-man, Tse Ying-suet Mixed Doubles Silver
Lee Cheuk-yiu Men's Singles Bronze

Badminton team wins 2 medals at the Blibli.com Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior Championships
The Hong Kong badminton team won a gold and a bronze medal at the Blibli.com Badminton Asia U17 & U15 Junior Championships held on 5 - 9 October in Kudus, Indonesia.
Athlete Event Medal
Ko Shing-hei, Lui Lok-lok Mixed Doubles (U15) Gold
Ko Shing-hei Men's Singles (U15) Bronze

Badminton team wins 1 gold medal at the Chinese Taipei Masters
The Hong Kong badminton team won a gold medal at the Chinese Taipei Masters held on 11 - 16 October in Taipei, Chinese Taipei.
Athlete Event Medal
Tang Chun-man, Tse Ying-suet Mixed Doubles Gold

Badminton athlete Cheung Ngan-yi wins 1 bronze medal at the YONEX Denmark Open
Badminton athlete Cheung Ngan-yi won a bronze medal in the Women's Singles event at the YONEX Denmark Open held on 18 - 23 October in Odense, Denmark.

Badminton athlete Ng Ka-long wins 1 bronze medal at the YONEX French Open
Badminton athlete Ng Ka-long won a bronze medal in the Men's Singles event at the YONEX French Open held on 25 - 30 October in Paris, France.

Billiard sports athlete Ng On-yee wins 1 bronze medal at the LITEtask UK Ladies Championship
Billiard sports athlete Ng On-yee won a bronze medal in the Individual event at the LITEtask UK Ladies Championship held on 8 - 9 October in Leeds, England.

Equestrian team gets the overall champion and 2nd runner-up at the LONGINES FEI World Cup Jumping, China League
The Hong Kong equestrian team got the overall champion and 2nd runner up at the LONGINES FEI World Cup Jumping, China League held on 4 - 7 October in Beijing, China.
Athlete Event Medal
Patrick Lam Final Ranking Champion
Cheng Man-kit Final Ranking 2nd runner-up
Patrick Lam Cheng Man-kit
(Photos provided by the Hong Kong Equestrian Federation)

Sports Climbing athlete Chan Cheung-chi wins 1 gold medal at the CMA Climbing Championship - Gaobeidian, Hebei
Sports Climbing athlete Chan Cheung-chi won a gold medal in the Men's Boulder event at the CMA Climbing Championship - Gaobeidian, Hebei held on 7 - 9 October in Hebei, China.
4th from left: Chan Cheung-chi
(Photo provided by the China Hong Kong Mountaineering and Climbing Union)

Rowing team wins 3 gold medals at the Asian Rowing Junior Championships
The Hong Kong rowing team won 3 gold medals at the 2016 Asian Rowing Junior Championships held on 24 - 27 October in Pattaya, Thailand.
Athlete Event Medal
Chan Chi-fung Junior Men's Single Gold
Chan Chi-fung, Lam San-tung Junior Men's Double Gold
Chau Yee-ping, Wong Wai-chun Junior Men's Pair Gold
   
  From left : Chan Chi-fung, Lam San-tung   Chan Chi-fung

Squash team wins 2 medals at the Malaysian Squash Tour
The Hong Kong squash team won a silver and a bronze medal at the Malaysian Squash Tour held on 5 - 12 October in Malaysia.
Tour (Date, Venue) Athlete Event Medal
Tour IV (5-7 October, Penang, Malaysia) Ho Tze-lok Women's Singles Bronze
Tour V (10-12 October, Kangar, Malaysia) Chu Man-yee Women's Singles Silver

Table tennis athlete Wong Chun-ting wins 1 bronze medal at the LIEBHERR Men's World Cup
Table tennis athlete Wong Chun-ting won a bronze medal in the Men's Singles event at the LIEBHERR Men's World Cup held on 1 - 3 October in Saarbrücken, Germany.
Wong Chun-ting
(Photo provided by the International Table Tennis Federation)

Table tennis athlete Lee Ka-yee wins 1 silver medal at the ITTF World Cadet Challenge
Table tennis athlete Lee Ka-yee won a silver medal in the Cadet Girls' Singles event at the ITTF World Cadet Challenge held on 21 - 29 October in Shanghai, China.

Table tennis athlete Wong Chin-yau wins 1 gold medal at the Slovak Cadet Open - ITTF Junior Circuit
Table tennis athlete Wong Chin-yau won a gold medal in the Cadet Girls' Singles event at the Slovak Cadet Open - ITTF Junior Circuit held on
29 - 31 October in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Tennis team wins 1 silver medal at the ITF Seogwipo Asia/Oceania Closed Junior Championships (B1)
The Hong Kong tennis team won a silver medal at the ITF Seogwipo Asia/Oceania Closed Junior Championships (B1) held on
31 October - 6 November in Jeju, South Korea.
Athlete Event Medal
Lam Ching, Sou Ming-chun Boy's Doubles Silver

Elite results roundup (1 ‑ 30 September)
Sport Name Event Position /
No. Of Entries
Rio Paralympic Games
(7-18/9/2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Leung Yuk-wing Boccia - Mixed Individual - BC4 1st/16
Tang Wai-lok Swimming - Men's 200m Freestyle - S14 1st/17
Yu Chui-yee Wheelchair Fencing -
Women's Foil - Category A
2nd/12
Chan Yui-chong,
Justine Charissa Ng,
Yu Chui-yee
Wheelchair Fencing -
Women's Epee Team
2nd/6
Ng Mui-wui Table Tennis -
Women's Singles - Class 11
3rd/6
Chan Yui-chong Wheelchair Fencing -
Women's Epee - Category B
3rd/12
 
Badminton
YONEX SUNRISE Indonesian Masters Wei Nan Men's Singles 3rd/88
(6-11/9/2016, Balikpapan, Indonesia)
 
Celcom Axiata Malaysia International Youth U-19 Lee Chun-Lai, Ng Tsz-Yau Mixed Doubles 3rd/32
(6-10/9/2016, Kuala Terenganu, Malaysia) Lam Wai-Lok, Yeung Nga-Ting Mixed Doubles 3rd/32
 
VICTOR Korea Open Wong Wing-ki Men's Singles 3rd/44
(27/9-2/10/2016, Seoul, South Korea) Chau Hoi-wah, Lee Chun-hei Mixed Doubles 3rd/29
 
Billiard sports
1st ACBS Asian Billiard Sports Championship Ng On-yee Women's 6-Red Ball Snooker Singles 1st/8
(24/9-2/10/2016, Al Fujairah, United Arab Emirates) Au Chi-wai Men's 6-Red Ball Snooker Singles 2nd/31
Kong Bu-hong, Lo Ho-sum Men's 9-Ball Pool Doubles 3rd/13
 
Cycling
ACC Track Asia Cup Law Tsz-chun Keirin, Men Junior 1st/7
(14-16/9/2016, New Delhi, India) Leung Chun-long Sprint, Men Junior 1st/8
Law Tsz-chun 1km Time Trial, Men Junior 1st/6
Law Tsz-Chun,
Leung Chun-Long,
Leung Chung-Pak
Team Sprint, Men Junior 1st/4
Leung Chun-wing 1km Time Trial, Men Elite 1st/9
Leung Chun-wing 4km Individual Pursuit, Men Elite 1st/7
Ko Siu-wai, Leung Chun-wing,
Leung Ka-yu, Mow Ching-yin
Team Pursuit, Men Elite 1st/6
Leung Chun-long Keirin, Men Junior 2nd/7
Law Tsz-chun Sprint, Men Junior 2nd/8
 
Rowing
17th Asian Rowing Championships Chiu Hin-chun, Tang Chiu-mang Lightweight Men's Double Sculls 2nd/7
(9-13/9/2016, Jiashan, China) Lee Ka-man Lightweight Women's Single Sculls 2nd/8
Wong Wai-kin Lightweight Men's Single Sculls 3rd/9
 
Rugby sevens
Asia Rugby Sevens Series, 1st leg
(2-3/9/2016, Hong Kong)
Michael Coverdale,
James Cunningham,
Lee Ross Jones, Lee Ka-to,
Christopher Russell Maize, Alexander Robert McQueen,
Thomas William McQueen,
Ryan Meacheam,
Benjamin Rimene,
Rowan Varty,
Max John Woodward,
Yiu Kam-shing
Men's 7-a-side 1st/8
 
Asia Rugby Sevens Series, 2nd leg
(24-25/9/2016, Icheon, South Korea)
Michael Coverdale,
Lee Ross Jones, Lee Ka-to,
Christopher Russell Maize,
Alexander Robert McQueen,
Thomas William McQueen,
Ryan Meacheam,
Benjamin Rimene,
Rowan Varty,
Max John Woodward,
Mark Edward Wright,
Yiu Kam-shing
Men's 7-a-side 1st/8
 
Squash
8th Indian Junior Open Chan Chi-ho Boys Under 17 2nd/73
(31/8-4/9/2016, Rajasthan, India)
 
9th World University Squash Championship Yip Tsz-fung Men's Singles 1st/45
(5-11/9/2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) Tong Tsz-wing Women's Singles 2nd/23
Lee Ka-yi, Wong Chi-him, Mixed Team 2nd/11
Tong Tsz-wing, Yip Tsz-fung,
Yeung Ho-wai*
Wong Chi-him Men's Singles 3rd/45
 
Macau Open Lee Ho-yin Men's Singles 2nd/28
(13-18/9/2016, Macau, China) Au Wing-chi Women's Singles 2nd/23
 
China Squash Challenge Cup Tong Tsz-wing Women's Singles 1st/17
(15-18/9/2016, Beijing, China) Chu Man-yee Women's Singles 3rd/17
 
23rd Asian Junior Individual Championships Lui Hiu-lam Girls Under 17 1st/23
(20-24/9/2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) Wong Po-yui* Girls Under 13 2nd/17
Chan Sin-yuk Girls Under 15 2nd/19
To Wai-lok Boys Under 15 3rd/26
Lau Tin-yan Girls Under 15 3rd/19
Ho Ka-hei Boys Under 17 3rd/30
 
COAS International Squash Championship Yip Tsz-fung Men's Singles 3rd/28
(29/9-2/10/2016, Islamabad, Pakistan)
 
Otters International JSW ISC Au Wing-chi Women's Singles 1st/20
(29/9-2/10/2016, Mumbai, India)
 
Table tennis
ITTF World Tour SheSays China Open, Super Series Ho Kwan-kit Men's Singles (U21) 1st/6
(14-18/9/2016, Chengdu, China) Doo Hoi-kem Women's Singles (U21) 2nd/11
Wong Chun-ting Men's Singles 3rd/32
Ho Kwan-kit, Wong Chun-ting Men's Doubles 3rd/11
 
22nd Asian Junior & Cadet Table Tennis Championships Mak Tze-wing, Soo Wai-yam Junior Girls' Doubles 1st/24
(16-21/9/2016, Bangkok, Thailand) Lee Ka-yee, Leung Ka-wan,
Wong Chin-yau
Cadet Girls' Team 3rd/11
Ng Pak-nam, Lau Chun-kit,
Leung Ho-ching*, Kwan Man-ho
Junior Boys' Team 3rd/14
Soo Wai-yam Junior Girls' Singles 3rd/45
Fung Wai-chu*, Liu Qi,
Mak Tze-wing, Soo Wai-yam
Junior Girls' Team 3rd/12
 
Tenpin bowling
24th Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships Mak Cheuk-yin Men's All Events 1st/135
(18-28/9/2016, Hong Kong) Mak Cheuk-yin, Wu Siu-hong Men's Doubles 1st/66
Lau Kwun-ho, Mak Cheuk-yin,
Wu Siu-hong
Men's Trios 1st/43
Mak Cheuk-yin Men's Masters 2nd/16
Wu Siu-hong Men's All Events 3rd/135
Mak Cheuk-yin Men's Singles 3rd/135
 
Windsurfing
RS:One World Championships Leung Ho-tsun RS:One - Men 1st/11
(26-30/9/2016, Penghu, Taiwan)
 
Wushu
9th Asian Wushu Championships Hui Tak-yan Men's Taijiquan 1st/20
(1-5/9/2016, Taoyuan, Chinese Taipei) Liu Xuxu Women's Gunshu 1st/8
Chen Suijin Women's Taijiquan 1st/17
Leung Cheuk-hei Men's Nangun 2nd/22
Yuen Ka-ying Women's Nandao 2nd/15
Chen Suijin Women's Taijijian 2nd/17
Zhuang Jiahong Men's Taijiquan 3rd/20
Liu Xuxu Women's Changquan 3rd/22
Chen Suijin, Zhuang Jiahong Double Taijiquan 3rd/11
 
6th World Junior Wushu Championships Leung Yat-sing Boys' 42 Forms Taijijian B 1st/7
(18-28/9/2016, Burgas, Bulgaria) Lau Chi-lung Boys' Nandao A 1st/14
Michelle Yeung Girls' Daoshu B 1st/13
Jada Nicole He Girls' Gunshu C 1st/10
Kwok Kwan-ho Boys' Changquan B 2nd/25
Leung Yat-sing Boys' 42 Forms Taijiquan B 2nd/7
Aidan Tam Boys' Jianshu C 2nd/6
Lau Chi-lung Boys' Nanquan A 2nd/16
Michelle Yeung Girls' Changquan B 2nd/25
Lau Po-yan Girls' Nangun B 2nd/11
Lau Po-yan Girls' Nanquan B 2nd/12
Debbie Yeung Girls' Taijijian A 2nd/6
Ho Yu-fung Boys' Qiangshu C 3rd/10
Wang Tin-yan Girls' Changquan C 3rd/38
Lau Po-yan Girls' Nandao B 3rd/12
 
*Non‑HKSI Scholarship Athlete

Appointment of HKSI Deputy Chief Executive
Mr Tony Choi, former Head Squash Coach, took up the new appointment as the Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Sports Institute (HKSI) with effect from 1 December 2016. He met with the media earlier and affirmed his commitment to strengthening the communication and exchange between athletes for the betterment on the HKSI's support.

Elite Athletes and Sports Media Fun Day held at the HKSI
Coorganised by the Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association and the Hong Kong Sports Press Association, and supported by the HKSI, the "Elite Athletes and Sports Media Fun Day" revived at the redeveloped HKSI this year. Both sports journalists and elite athletes sent a strong delegation to compete against each other.
  (Photo provided by the Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association)

Elite athletes showed their care to the community
Organised by the Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association, the annual "Together We Care 2016" was successfully held on 20 November. As the supporting organisation, the HKSI provided full support for the event. A number of elite athletes joined the volunteers to form a team with 1,600 participants, distributing goodies bags to 2,500 solitary elders in various districts in Hong Kong.
  (Photo provided by the Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association)

Chan Chun-hing officiates at the Construction Industry Sports and Volunteering Programme Launching Ceremony
Cyclist Chan Chun-hing was invited to officiate at the Construction Industry Sports and Voluteering Programme Launching Ceremony on 30 October. He also led the run and warm-up exercises, as well as sharing his experience in Rio Olympics with the participants.
  (Photo provided by the Construction Industry Council)

Shek Wai-hung shared at Depression Screening Campaign 2016
Gymnast Shek Wai-hung attended the launching ceremony of the Depression Screening Campaign 2016 on 15 October, where he officiated at the kick-off session sharing with the audience the relationhip between sports and depression.

National Sports Training Center of Chinese Tapiei delegation visits HKSI
A 10-member delegation led by Dr Huang Mei-Jen, Deputy Executive Officer of the National Sports Training Center of Chinese Tapiei visited the HKSI during 26-30 October. The group was introduced to the range of sports science and medicine services and training facilities provided at the HKSI, and had a good exchange of views and experiences with HKSI's sports scientists and coaches. They also attended the annual HKSI International Sports Science Symposium, sponsored by Mr Ming Wai Lau on 28-29 October.

New titles at the Sports Information Centre (SIC)
Managing elite sport systems : research and practice
(Call No.: GV713 .M36 2015)
The book draws on topics from the elite sport development to management of the coach-athlete relationship. Special focus on the talent identification and development in England, Germany as well as the Nordic countries are comprehensively discussed. It helps sport policy makers to deepen their understanding and enhance the operations of elite sport systems. Members of the sport team, including athletes, coaches, sport medicine professionals, scientists and sport management officials, are expected to interact more effectively in order to strive for success. This essential reference will be of interest to students, researchers and practitioners working in sport management and sports coaching.
 
Sports medicine essentials: core concepts in athletic training & fitness instruction (Third edition)
(Call No.: RC1210 .C595 2016)
This book is especially appropriate for students and athletes who are interested in athletic training or fitness instruction, as it helps students and athletes understand essential skills in sports medicine, and provides the skills and knowledge they need to establish a career path in sports medicine. This third edition has reorganised and revised the chapters to improve readability and contains updated information. This is an indispensable reference for students and athletes who want to explore careers in fitness instruction, athletic training and others in the field of sports medicine.