GYMNAST Lee Tak-ming achieved Hong Kong's best result at an international gymnastic competition by winning six medals - five golds and a silver - at the Malaysian invitation tournament. The Hong Kong Sports Institute scholarship athlete top-scored in horizontal bar, floor exercise, vaulting and pommel horse and he also won the individual all-round gold medal. He finished second in the rings event. Tak-ming, however, was still not satisfied with his overall result, saying: 'My target was to win medals in all six disciplines but I lost out on the parallel bars, finishing fourth.' Coach Szeto Ming was not as demanding as Tak-ming and reckons that the 19-year-old could break through for Hong Kong's first ever Asian Games gymnastic medal in Bangkok in 1988. 'Our gymnasts have been concentrating on two or three individual apparatus since last year and Tak-ming has shown remarkable improvement on the horizontal bar and in his floor exercise. 'He should be in Asia's top eight in horizontal bar now and if he continues to improve at this rate, I'm hopeful he can win an Asian Games medal.' Woman gymnast Wong Ka-li also did not return empty-handed from Malaysia, bringing home a silver in vaulting and a bronze medal in floor exercise. 'My overall performance was only average,' said the 17-year-old gymnast. 'I've recently made a couple of changes to my routines and there are still flaws to be ironed out.' Although the top Asian gymnastic countries like China and Japan were absent, Szeto said most of the competing nations sent their top gymnasts as a warm-up for the ASEAN Games to be held later this month.