THERE may not have been a top athlete award, but Choi Weng-fai certainly proved he was the outstanding sportsman of the day when he won seven gold medals at the 22nd Sports Day of Pui Shing Catholic Secondary School. Sixth-former Choi also set two new records for his school: 6.05 metres for the long jump and 11.62 seconds for the 100 metres race. Choi won the other five golds in the 200 metres and and four relay events. Although delighted with his success, the student felt he could have performed even better. ''I slept for only a few hours last night as I was nervous about my events,'' he said.'' Chief guest, Mr Lau Chak-bun, principal inspector of physical education, Education Department, held up Choi as a good example of a student who knew how to balance studies and sports, and who knew the importance of having sports as a hobby. Mr Lau said sports strengthened the body and helped to relieve the pressures of everyday life. Referring to the recent cases of student suicide, Mr Lau said sports helped one to build up a positive attitude towards life. ''Taking part in sports makes you accept and face failure, and it is through failure that you learn not to regard success as something extremely important,'' Mr Lau said. ''And one should stand up and try again after falling down.'' Of the school's 600 Form 2 to 6 students, 306 students took part in the meet. Form Five B won the over-all championship with a total score of 114 points. The meet was held recently at the Kowloon Tsai Sports Ground.