Name: Pang Hok-man School: Diocesan Girls' School (DGS)Year: Form Six Sport: Athletics (100m sprint) Achievements: Hok-man is among the elite when it comes to the 100m sprint. In 2003, she was the overall first runner-up in the Watson's Athletic King Championships (100m) with a personal best of 12.26 seconds. The following year, she was the second runner-up. Considering that Hok-man is younger than the majority of her rivals who are 19, the 17-year-old has done tremendously well. Soundbite: ' The 100m sprint is my main event, so I am going to focus and concentrate on improving my times. I was rather disappointed in being second runner-up when I ran the 100m sprint in 2004 at the Watson's Athletic King Championships. 'But I'm motivated to achieve higher standards and with further training I know that I will.' From her coach: 'Hok-man is very enthusiastic and she keeps herself motivated. This is the attitude that all athletes should have,' said Tang Kun-loi. 'Her speed and endurance are of a high standard, but they could be further improved. 'With training, I'm sure they will progress over the next year. I have a lot of faith that she will excel in the coming Asian Games.' Ambitions: Hok-man's main target is to get a first-class result in the Asian Games next year. She also hopes to break the current women's junior 100m record of 12.06 seconds and achieve a new personal best of 11.99 seconds. But her biggest ambition is to represent Hong Kong at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing'.