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Wong Wan-yiu

Steadfast cyclist:  Injured Hong Kong cyclist Wong Wan-yiu recovers from her fall in the final of the women's cycling points race to win the silver medal at the Asian Games in Guangzhou. (Pic: SF&OC)

Geng Xiaoling

Full flight:  Geng Xiaoling wins a gold medal in women's wushu. (Pic: SF&OC)

Cheers & tears in Guangzhou

November 16, 2010

Chief Executive Donald Tsang and Secretary for Home Affairs Tsang Tak-sing have congratulated more Hong Kong medal winners at the Asian Games in Guangzhou, and wished cyclists Wong Wan-yiu and Diao Xiaojuan a speedy recovery from their injuries.


Geng Xiaoling today won a gold medal in women's wushu while Cheung King-lok, Cheung King-wai, Choi Ki-ho, Kwok Ho-ting took silver in the men's cycling team pursuit. Ng On-yee won a bronze medal in the women's six-red snooker singles.


Cyclist Wong, injured in a crash in the final of women's cycling points race, recovered from the fall to win a silver medal.


In the Upper Albert Road Facebook site, the Chief Executive praised Wong's tenacity, saying her attitude was admirable. Meanwhile, the Secretary called the Hong Kong cycling team's head coach Shen Jinkang to pass his regards to Wong and fellow injured cyclist Diao.


Hong Kong has so far won 11 medals at the games.