Blustery conditions put paid to any realistic hopes of record-breaking times on day two of round three of the Watson's Athletic King Championship at Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground yesterday, but Tang Yik-chun scored a fine double by winning the men's 100-metre final. The 18-year-old Form Five student from Tin Shui Wai ran in lane four in the final after posting the second fastest time in the heats. He completed a double after winning the 200m the day before. A nagging shin injury was in the back of Tang's mind as the gun went off and the sprinters broke from the blocks, but once he was into his stride he quickly assumed the edge over the seven other finalists and nipped the win with a deft dip as he flew over the finishing line. Tang's winning time of 10.58 was nothing to write home about when a record was part of the race plans, but his 0.03-second victory over national record holder Chiang Wai-hung will leave him satisfied that he is now the man to beat. 'I've now finished my exams so I'm able to train seven days a week and concentrate totally on my fitness and sprinting technique,' said Tang, who holds the national 100m junior record of 10.44. Tang later handed the baton over to Chiang on the final leg of the 4x100m sprint relay at the end of the afternoon as the Hong Kong national squad attempted to break the record they set last month in Chongqing. Despite a storming final leg from Chiang, the mark of 39.77 proved half a step too far and the clock stopped at 39.99, a very good time in the conditions. In other events Wan Kin-yee romped home in 12.06 in the women's 100m final before running the third leg for the women's national squad in the 4x100m relay to help post a time of 47.72. Que Yin-tik narrowly won the men's 1,500m in 4:05.45 while Leong Chio-wa took the men's 10,000m in 34:39.42. Gi Ka-man strolled to victory in the men's steeplechase in 10.39.37 while defending Athletic King Tang Hon-sing scored a convincing win in the final of the men's 110m hurdles final, but will now have a tough time reclaiming his crown and the $20,000 prize that goes with it unless Tang Yik-chun fails to score in the final round.