<p>Lee Wai-sze (Cycling) (2<sup>nd</sup> from right), gold medallist in both Women’s Keirin and Women’s Sprint at the 2018 Asian Games (AG), shared how the professionalism of her coach inspires her to pass on the torch. In addition, Mok Uen-ying (Wushu) (1<sup>st</sup> from right), silver medallist in the Women's Taijiquan & Taijijian all-round event at the 2018 AG, Lin Yik-hei (Fencing) (2<sup>nd</sup> from left), bronze medallist in the Women’s Team Epée at the 2018 AG, and Wong Chun-yim (Badminton for Physically Disabled) (middle), bronze medallist in the SS6 Men’s Singles at the 2018 Asian Para Games, shared on stage with audience the unforgettable moments with their coaches.</p>
Lee Wai-sze (Cycling) (2nd from right), gold medallist in both Women’s Keirin and Women’s Sprint at the 2018 Asian Games (AG), shared how the professionalism of her coach inspires her to pass on the torch. In addition, Mok Uen-ying (Wushu) (1st from right), silver medallist in the Women's Taijiquan & Taijijian all-round event at the 2018 AG, Lin Yik-hei (Fencing) (2nd from left), bronze medallist in the Women’s Team Epée at the 2018 AG, and Wong Chun-yim (Badminton for Physically Disabled) (middle), bronze medallist in the SS6 Men’s Singles at the 2018 Asian Para Games, shared on stage with audience the unforgettable moments with their coaches.