Ng Hei-man won the junior category and improved her personal best (PB), leading Good Hope School to the school title in the Nike Hong Kong 10km Challenge on Sunday. The 14-year-old said before the race that she was determined to beat her impressive PB of 37.43 minutes set in the Taiwan 10km Challenge last year. True to her word, Hei-man pushed herself to the limit, which saw her achieve a new best of 37.41 minutes, a Nike 10km junior record. It is the fastest 10km time set by a female junior in Hong Kong this year. Last year, Hei-man also won both the girls' race and the school challenge. The top two finishers in the junior categories won an all-expenses-paid trip to the Nike 10km Challenge in Taiwan next March. Ruth Fielder of King George V School claimed the girls' runners-up spot in a time of 39.18 minutes. In the boys' category, Li Wang-chun of Rosaryhill School won in a time of 33.13 minutes. Kwok Chi-wai, from Macau, was the runner-up in 33.40 minutes. Besides the individual awards, there was a prize for school teams whose top three athletes recorded the best cumulative time. Good Hope School took the girls' honours, while STFA Leung Kau Kui College won the boys' event. The overall winner of the race was triathlete Daniel Lee Chi-wo, who broke the course record, finishing in a time of 31.17 minutes. Christine Double won the women's race in 35.28 minutes. Meanwhile, A fitness and sports seminar featuring local and mainland experts will be held today at Baptist University (6.30pm). It will look at the development of a fitness culture in the mainland and Hong Kong. For free tickets, call Lilian Chan at 2578-9877.