Hong Kong Track Cycling World Cup drew to a close on Sunday (January 27), local fans favorite Sarah Lee Wai Sze was again invincible as she claimed the gold in Women’s Keirin, repeating her feat of notching up two golds in a single World Cup, having already done so in New Zealand last week. Including her two golds in Hong Kong, Lee Wai Sze amassed six golds and one bronze this season. Another Hong Kong rider Jessica Lee Hoi Yan also put in some heroic performance to take home the bronze in the same event, stepping onto the World Cup podium for the first time in her career.
Onto the second day (January 26 ) of the Hong Kong Track Cycling World Cup, Hong Kong lead rider Sarah Lee Wai Sze was invincible en route to her Women’s Sprint gold medal, as she amassed her fourth gold medal of the season in front of the local fans, and the presence of Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. Lee will take part in Women’s Keirin tomorrow (January 27), hoping to repeat her feat of snatching two golds in a single World Cup, having already done so in New Zealand last week.
Hong Kong Track Cycling World Cup raised its curtain today (January 25) at Hong Kong Velodrome, of the four gold medals on the opening day, Italy triumphed in both Men’s and Women’s Team Pursuit, while Australia and China claimed the gold medals in Men’s and Women’s Team Sprint respectively. Hong Kong’s Sarah Lee Wai Sze and Li Yin Yin ranked 11th in Women’s Team Sprint.
Italy dominated the Men’s and Women’s Team Pursuit Qualifying tonight (January 24) at the Hong Kong Track Cycling World Cup, as they qualified for the quarter-finals as winners ahead of seven other teams respectively.
Hong Kong lead rider Sarah Lee Wai Sze peaked at the right time ahead of this weekend’s (January 25-27) Hong Kong Track Cycling World Cup, as she notched up two golds in Women’s Sprint and Women’s Keirin in this season’s penultimate race in New Zealand, this is the first ever time Sarah has won two gold medals at a single World Cup.