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Hong Kong Open Windsurfing Championship 2014 - another great success
Posted On:  02/12/2014 13:10:39

With over 150 participants this year's Hong Kong Open was hailed as another success in a long line of successful windsurfing championships organised over many years.

The event is established as one of the continent's major sailing events and is held in particularly high regard for its development of junior and youth racers. Techno 293 OD has been one of the important classes in each year's HK Windsurfing Open Championships.  With over 100 competitors in the Techno class this year, competing for 10 races over 4 racing days, it affords a wonderful opportunity for young racers to gain experience of international level competition.

In 2014 the winners are:

Int'l Techno Junior Girls
POS 1 - CHN 11 Zhuang Kai Xin
POS 2 - HKG 61 Sek Ngai Tsin
POS 3 CHN 33 Chen Xiao Shan

Int'l Techno Junior Boys
POS 1 - HKG 59 Leung Pui Hei
POS 2 - CHN 5 Zheng Jia Cheng
POS 3 - CHN 7 Zhao Li Bin

Int'l Techno Youth Girls
POS 1 - CHN 41 - Yang Li Ping
POS 2 - CHN 11 - Zhuang Kai Xin
POS 3 - HKG 31 - Choi Wing Chi, Sandy

Int'l Techno Youth Boys
POS 1 - CHN 39 Liang Xiong Tao
POS 2 - HKG 36 Cheng Ho Yin
POS 3 - CHN 1 Guo Jia Jian

National Techno Junior Girls
POS 1 - HKG 61 Sek Ngai Tsin
POS 2 - HKG 76 Chan Tsz Wai, Janus
POS 3 - HKG 53 Ngai Yi Lam

National Techno Junior Boys
POS 1 - HKG 59 Leung Pui Hei
POS 2 - HKG 58 Chan Chi HO
POS 3 - HKG 71 Cho Yuk Man

National Techno Youth Girls
POS 1 - HKG 31 Choi Wing Chi, Sandy
POS 2 - HKD 61 Sek Ngai Tsin
POS 3 - HKG 76 Chan Tsz Wai, Janus

National Techno Youth Boys
POS 1 - HKG 36 Cheng Ho Yin
POS 2 - HKG 59 Leung Pui Hei
POS 3 - HKG 34 Pang Yu Hang

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Being surrounded by the sea, Hong Kong is in fact a wonderful place for enjoying watersports. Windsurfing is one of the sports seeking dramatic growth in Hong Kong. It is a sport of fun and enjoyment. As long as you've successfully completed the elementary training course, you're able to do windsurfing on your own.
Windsurfing sport was introduced into Hong Kong in late 1970's, with Windsurfing Association of Hong Kong (WAHK) was formed in 1979. The Association aims to promote the sport of windsurfing and organize all levels of training and competition in Hong Kong.

The spectacular performance of the Hong Kong windsurfing athletes have achieved international successes and recognitions. Their achievements have attracted more and more people to participate in windsurfing training or racing programs in recent years.

Why not join in the fun at next year's Hong Kong Open Windsurfing Championship.

Windsurfing Association of Hong Kong

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