The Hong Kong women's 4x100 metres relay team are aiming to reach the finals at October's China National Games after breaking the Hong Kong record in a meet on the mainland last week. The awesome foursome, spearheaded by Wan Kin-yee, reached the qualifying standard for the forthcoming 10th National Games with a new mark of 46.48 seconds in the second leg of the All China Athletic Series in Chongqing. The previous mark of 46.68 was blown away by the quartet, also comprising Leung Shuk-wa, Pang Hok-man and Chan Ho-yee. Wan said they had expected a good result because they had prepared well for the event. 'We were all very fit and were out to break the record,' Wan said yesterday. Looking forward, she said they were still a young team and looking to improve. 'We would be very happy if we can reach the finals in the National Games as the competition featuring top runners from all over the country will be very tough,' said Wan. In the men's event, the 4x100m relay team, who have qualified for the National Games already, also set a Hong Kong record of 39.77 seconds, an improvement of 0.18 on the old mark. The men's team comprised Chiang Wai-hung, Leung Chun-wa, Wong Ka-chun and To Wai-lok. Fung Chun-yu also set a new mark in the men's 400m hurdles at the Chongqing Meet of 54.11 (the previous record was 54.08) but the effort was not enough to qualify for the Games.