Hong Kong topped the medals tables with 11 golds, seven silvers and 12 bronzes at the Schools Interport Swimming Competition in Macau. The Hong Kong team displayed dominance in both the boys' and girls' secondary sections. The boys netted five golds out of the eight individual events. Chow Cheung-chiu, of Yan Chai Hospital Lim Por Yen Secondary School, captured the first gold for the SAR, winning the 50-metre freestyle in 25.65 seconds. He went on to take the 100 m freestyle in a fast 56.18 sec. Chui Wai-chun, of Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School, Sha Tin, won the 400 m freestyle in 4:32.98. Chung Ka-bo and Ieong King-hang of Diocesan Boys' School also struck gold, winning the 200 m medley and 100 m breaststroke respectively. Carrie Liu of Diocesan Girls' School headed the girls' winners list with two golds. She beat the Macau pair in the 50 m breast- stroke in 36.27 sec. Carrie won her second gold in the 100 m breaststroke, with a winning time of 1:19.90. In the 200 m medley, Priscilla Ching of St Paul's Convent School, held off the challenge from Wang Shen of Guangdong, to win in 2:33.76. Macau finished second in the medals table, with five golds. Guangdong were third with three. Guangdong completely dominated the primary section, winning 17 events and conceding only one gold, to Macau.