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Speedo All Hong Kong Jing Ying Swimming Tournament 2016-2017

2017-05-11 11:18:47

Congratulations to our swimmers on their excellent and outstanding performance and results in the All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Swimming Tournament yesterday held in the Hong Kong Sports Institute. To enter the Jing Ying Tournament, a school must have obtained Top results in the interschool competitions around the whole of Hong Kong. And the entry is ONLY by invitation. Given keen competition from other strong teams like La Salle College getting 2 gold medals and Diocesan Boys' School getting 4 gold medals, St. Joseph's College has managed to get a total of 5 gold medals and we have topped the gold medal count. Heartfelt thanks to our tough and capable swimmers, who have brought unparalleled glory to SJC. We express our sincere gratitude to our Supervisor, Principal and Vice-Principals, teachers, old boys and parents for their unwavering support. We also extend our utmost appreciation to our cheering team led by the Students' Union, for their perseverant spirit and resounding boost of confidence to our swimmers the whole morning and afternoon.

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Schools

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

St. Joseph’s College

5

5

2

12

Diocesan Boys’ School

4

2

1

7

La Salle College

2

3

4

9



Grade

Name

Event

Prize

Open

Boys

4x50m Free Style Relay

Champion

New record

Open

Boys

4x50m Medley Relay

1st runner-up

Open

4A Chan James Gavin

50m Butterfly

1st runner-up

Open

4A Wong Siu Hei

50m Butterfly

2nd runner-up

Open

4A Wong Siu Hei

50m Freestyle

1st runner-up

Open

5B Chiu Tsz Tsun

100m Back Stroke

Champion

New record

Open

5B Chiu Tsz Tsun

50m Back Stroke

1st runner-up

Open

4B Lam Chun Fai

100m Back Stroke

1st runner-up

Open

4B Tang Ho Kwan

100m Breast Stroke

Champion

New record

Open

4B Tang Ho Kwan

50m Breast Stroke

2nd runner-up

Open

5C Wong Ming Hong

100m Free Style

Champion

New record

Open

5C Wong Ming Hong 5C

200m Free Style

Champion

New record