Sports giants Jockey Club Ti-I College look set to defend their championship title at today's Inter-school Athletics Championships of the Shatin and Sai Kung Secondary Schools Area. Today is the last day of the three-day annual inter-school athletics meeting, held at the Ma On Shan Sports Ground. Ti-I coach, Li Kwong-ling, is quite confident his team will be able to defend the titles, though last Friday, some athletes were slightly affected by the cold weather. 'Actually, other schools have improved and it's a good thing,' he said. The school has dominated the championships for the past six years. According to the Hong Kong School Sport Federation Web site, Ti-I have been unbeatable in all the boys and girls categories since the 1996-97 academic year. And more than half of the championships' records are held by athletes from the school, including the 800m and 1500m records set by distance running queen Maggie Chan Man-yee in the 1992-93 academic year. Up to Friday, Ti-I had set a few new records, including the girls' grade C 400m relay, the boys' grade B 3,000m and the girls' grade A discus. Their strongest challenger, Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School, who were the first runner-up in all six categories last year, hope to steal the boys' grade A overall champion title from the invincible Ti-I squad. Baptist Lui Ming Choi's coach, Chiu Wan-cheung, admitted that Ti-I were hard to beat and said: 'Our boys' grade A team is quite strong this year. 'We could probably win several events such as 100m, 200m and 400m relay.'