This photo taken from the official website of the Hong Kong Sports Institute shows cyclist Lee Sze-wing.
HONG KONG – Twenty-year-old cyclist Lee Sze-wing bagged Hong Kong’s second gold medal at the National Games after finishing first in the women’s individual road race on Sunday.
Lee finished the race in three hours, four minutes and 42 seconds at the 14th National Games of the People's Republic of China being in Shaanxi province.
This is Hong Kong’s first gold medal in the National Games Women’s Individual (Road Cycling) event.
Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai warmly congratulated cyclist Lee for winning the gold medal in the race.
"Lee Sze-wing gave full play to her skills in the competition. We are thrilled that she won a gold medal for Hong Kong. I would like to thank the coaches, staff and family who have given their support to the athlete," he said.
Star cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze earlier won a gold medal in the Women's Sprint (Track Cycling) Event at the National Games.
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