Record-breaking sprint hurdler Tang Hon-sing retained his Hong Kong's Athletic King crown as the track and field season drew to a close yesterday with the second and final day of the Athletic King (and Queen) competition at Wan Chai stadium. Tang, who broke his own Hong Kong record for the 110m high hurdles in round two and again in round three, ran out an easy winner yesterday in the fourth and final meet in 14.67. Runner-up for the Athletic King title was sprinter Chiang Wai-hung. Chiang almost blew his chances in the men's 100m as he did 12 months ago by easing up before the finish line in the qualifying heats, resulting in him being drawn in lane eight for the final. In the final however, Chiang was impressive from gun to tape and blasted home in 10.52 ahead of junior Tang Yik-chun in 10.61. Tang had earlier in the day won the 200m event in 21.25 ahead of Lui Ka-ho (22.06), and deservedly took the junior men's Athletic King title. Sprinter Wan-Kin-yee was denied a third consecutive Athletic Queen title by thrower Leung Mei-yee, despite a clean sweep of 100m wins in all four rounds, including yesterday's impressive 11.79. Leung has recently taken up the women's hammer throw in addition to her previous favourite, the discus. With the women's hammer being a new event, she was readily able to amass bonus points to overhaul Wan. The junior Athletic Queen title went to Leung Hau-sze who, after breaking the Hong Kong junior record (24.77) in the qualifying heats on Saturday, won the women's 200m event in 24.84, chased hard by Chan Ho-yee (24.94).