National swimmer Sze Hang-yu eclipsed her own SAR record during the Hong Kong Age Group Long Course Championships at Kowloon Park Pool last weekend. The Diocesan Girls' School student clocked 28 seconds in the girls' 50-metre butterfly (15-17 age group) - 0.15 seconds faster than her old record which she established in January this year. Hang-yu claimed the outstanding female swimmer award after winning seven gold, two silver and one bronze medal during the three-day competition. She was also the highest points scorer in her age group. Hang-yu also holds the Hong Kong records in the 100m butterfly and 200m freestyle events. Recently she helped her school win the inter-school championship. The most outstanding male swimmer was Macgyver Tse, who won three gold and a silver medal for his club South China Athletic Association. Altogether 14 age-group records were shattered at the championships, while a new Hong Kong youth record was set by Kevin Chu Kam-yin in the boys' 200m freestyle (15-17 age group). The new mark is two minutes, 12.02 seconds. The highest points scorers were: Lee Yin-hok and Lee Man-tim (10 & under), Jennifer Town Ka-hang and Lau Chun-leung (11-12), Ho Sin-wing and Ng Pak-yin (13-14), Hang-yu and Chung Kwok-ting (15-17), Tang Chi-woon and Chung Kwok-leung (18 and over).