Hong Kong cyclist Lee Wai Sze has been selected to be the flag bearer for the Hong Kong Olympic delegation and will attend the opening ceremony of the London Olympic Games on July 27, 2012.
Hong Kong cyclist Lee Wai Sze [Chinanews]
Lee, born in Hong Kong on May 17, 1987, won the gold medal in the 500 meter time trial at the 2010 Asian Games and the bronze medal in the women's sprint at the 2011–2012 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics test event at the London Velodrome. She also won the silver medal at the women's Keirin final of the 2012 Cycling World Cup. This is her first time attending the Olympic Games.
The Hong Kong Olympic Delegation will consist of 85 members, including 42 athletes who will attend 13 sports events covering swimming, archery, track and field, badminton, cycling, fencing, gymnastics, judo, rowing and canoeing, shooting, table tennis and weight-lifting. The Hong Kong delegation has won a gold and a silver medal since participating in the Olympic Games in 1952 for the first time.
(Source:Chinanews/Translated by womenofchina.cn)
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