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Name TANG Yik Chun
NOC HKG - Hong Kong, China Hong Kong, China Date of Birth 23 JUN 1986
Residence Gender Male
Height 180 cm Weight 65 kg
Discipline Athletics

Athletics

Result
Date Time Event Phase Results
Rank Time Record
01 OCT 2014 09:59 Men's 200m Semifinals 6 22.03
30 SEP 2014 19:54 Men's 200m Round 1 Heat 3 4 21.87
29 SEP 2014 19:52 Men's 4 x 100m Relay Round 1 Heat 2 3 45.34

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
54 x 100m Relay2010Guangzhou, CHN39.62
84 x 100m Relay2006Doha, QAT40.84
10200m2006Doha, QAT21.68
16200m2010Guangzhou, CHN21.67
Olympic Games
154 x 100m Relay2012London, GBR38.61
World Championships
204 x 100m Relay2013Moscow, RUS39.10
41200m2007Osaka, JPN21.72
Asian Championships
14 x 100m Relay2013Pune, IND38.94
24 x 100m Relay2011Kobe, JPN39.26
East Asian Games
24 x 100m Relay2013Tianjin, CHN39.12

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Athlete
Languages Spoken Cantonese
Club Watsons Athletic Club, Hong Kong, China
Coach Yu Lik [club]; Anthony Giorgi [national] (hkaaa.com, 27 May 2014; scmp.com, 08 Sep 2013; 2014ag.hkolympic.org, 2014)
International debut 2004 for Hong Kong, China, International Tournament (Malaysia) (hkolympic.org, 12 Dec 2007)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He took up athletics at secondary school. (hkolympic.org, 12 Dec 2007)

Reason for taking up this sport
He enjoyed running at primary school, but did not go to any formal athletics training until he was in secondary school. "My sister was already representing her school when she was in primary six, but I had never thought of training like her. Then in secondary school, while most students were playing ball games, I began to taste the satisfaction of outperforming others on the running track. Since then I've always been running." (hkolympic.org, 12 Dec 2007)

Most influential person in career
His parents. (scmp.com, 22 Apr 2007)

Sporting philosophy / motto
"Forget yesterday's failures, strive for tomorrow's successes." (EAG, 2009)

Awards
He was a member of the 4x100m relay team that received the team event award at the 2013 Hong Kong Sports Stars Awards. (hkaaa.com, 15 Mar 2014)

He took part in the torch relay ahead of the 2009 East Asian Games in Hong Kong, China. (special.hkjc.com, 29 Aug 2009)

He was named Male Athlete of the Year by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association in 2006 and 2007. (hkaaa.com, 2013)

He was named Junior Male Athlete of the Year by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association in 2004 and 2005. (hkaaa.com, 2013)

General
AMBASSADOR
In May 2014 he was chosen as a sports ambassador for the 2015 Hong Kong Games. (info.gov.hk, 19 May 2014)

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