Winner of the Coach of the Year Award, Shen Jinkang, has challenged his charge Sarah Lee Wai-sze to make the necessary improvements if the cyclist wants to stay competitive at the world's highest level.Monday, 22 April, 2013, 3:38am
Shen Jinkang, Hong Kong's coach, wants to stay in the job for another four years to give Lee Wai-sze the best possible chance of winning another Olympic medal at Rio 2016.
The mainlander will soon reach the retirement age of 60 required by his employer, the Sports Institute, but said last night he would like to stay.6 Oct 2012 - 2:52am
Shen Jinkang's name may be unfamiliar to most Hongkongers, but to the city's cyclists he is a legend who bolstered a sport that was in its infancy in the city and nurtured a generation of outstanding athletes, including Olympic bronze medallist Sarah Lee Wai-sze.20 Aug 2012 - 5:32am
Veteran Wong Kam-po is almost certain to secure a road race ticket to his fifth Olympic Games despite only finishing fifth in yesterday's national road race championship.25 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Hong Kong coach Shen Jinkang has played down track cyclist Lee Wai-sze's chances of winning a medal at the Olympic Games in London this summer, despite her impressive performances at last week's test event in the British capital.26 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
It's up to you to choose to speak out, or to remain silent. And in the case of Hong Kong cycling coach Shen Jinkang, he has opted to listen to his masters, the Hong Kong Cycling Association, which has told him not to talk to the media. Why has he been muzzled? Because some members of the HKCA executive committee felt the mainlander was too liberal and open with his views.10 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Cycling coach Shen Jinkang won the 2010 Coach of the Year Award (senior athlete, individual sport) following the impressive performance of his riders at last year's Asian Games in Guangzhou.18 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
Sergey Kudentsov of Team Sports Club Macau won his second consecutive stage in the Tour of South China Sea but there was no change in the overall standings after the sixth stage in Zhongshan yesterday.20 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
Hong Kong coach Shen Jinkang believes that Wong Kam-po has a realistic chance of a medal at next year's Olympics.
For the first time since the Tour of South China Sea began in 1996, Hong Kong's top rider is not competing, opting instead for a training routine focused on Beijing 2008.24 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Wong Kam-po raced to an unexpected second place in the opening stage of the annual Tour of South China Sea yesterday.26 Dec 2006 - 12:00am