Hong Kong Olympic cycling hope Wong Kam-po has flown to the US for his final weeks of training - and is 'going great guns', according to national coach Shen Jinkang. Shen declared Wong, 23, fit and ready for the Atlanta Olympics as Wong continued to make outstanding progress after a highly successful two-week stint in Europe last month. The former Asian junior champion gained two respectable results in Philadelphia recently, competing against rugged professionals in two 'classic' races. In his third 'prep' race in the US, young Wong finished 15th against a core of seasoned professionals. It was a tough race as only 52 riders from a starting list of 142 riders managed to cross the finish line. Wong had earlier finished 17th in the Hamilton Classic, also in Philadelphia. He started his US trip on a disappointing note when he failed to finish the New Jersey Classic after suffering a puncture in the last seven kilometres of the race. Coach Shen Jinkang said Wong would be raring to go in Atlanta with his race scheduled on July 31. Wong is entering his second week of training in the US. He spent three weeks training and competing in Europe last month. He finished 30th in the six-day Giro Primavera S'Italia in Italy in his previous best race result since starting his overseas training. 'He has continued to improve in all areas,' said coach Shen. 'He's fitter and he's training extremely hard to be in tip-top condition for Atlanta.' On June 18 he starts high altitude training in Colorado before heading for Atlanta on July 8.