Sarah Lee (centre) clinches two gold medals in the Hong Kong Track Cycling National Championships


李慧詩(中)在全港場地單車錦標賽取得兩面金牌

Sarah regains the rhythm of competition


慧詩重拾比賽感覺

Date: 16 Jan 2018 (Tuesday)

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Sarah Lee shines at Hong Kong Track Cycling National Championships

李慧詩揚威香港單車錦標賽

Sarah Lee (Creative and Professional Writing, Year 2) clinched two gold medals in the Keirin and Sprint categories of the Hong Kong Track Cycling National Championships. She will participate in several large-scale competitions in the coming months as part of training and she is looking forward to taking part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  
 
Sarah said the Championships is the first competition she participated in after resuming training. Although she is not satisfied with the result she is happy that she regained the competition spirit. She will join more competitions in the near future, such as Track Cycling World Cup and the Asian Cycling Championships with an aim to return to competitive cycling as soon as possible.
 
Sarah is sincerely grateful for the co-operation between HKBU and the Hong Kong Sports Institute which enables her to pursue her sporting dream while continuing university study. She will try her best to attend teaching sessions on the University campus every week and also to complete some courses during Christmas or summer holidays. In addition, she will maintain close communication with teachers and schoolmates in order to catch up with learning progress. She aims to complete the bachelor programme in 2021, a year after the Olympics. 

李慧詩(創意及專業寫作二年級)於早前舉行的「2018全港場地單車錦標賽」取得女子凱林及競輪賽金牌。她將會積極參與多項世界賽事,期望以最佳狀態迎接2020年東京奧運。
 
慧詩表示,上述比賽是她恢復訓練後第一項比賽,雖然她不是以最理想的時間完成,但足以重拾比賽的感覺。她將會加緊訓練,以及參加世界盃、亞洲錦標賽等多個賽事,以回復比賽狀態。
 
慧詩特別感謝浸大能夠跟香港體育學院相互配合,讓她可以在學業和運動雙向發展。她除了爭取每星期返回大學校園上課,又會彈性選科,包括在聖誕假或暑假修讀課程,亦會跟老師和同學緊密溝通,力求跟上學習進度,期望在2021年,即奧運後一年完成整個學位課程。