Veteran Chan Yun-to made amends for missing out on the Pusan Games when he claimed Hong Kong's third gold medal with victory in the men's under-75kg bodybuilding final last night. It was a sweet consolation for the 39-year-old after fitness problems cost him his place in Korea. 'I feel very happy because the Asian Games is only held once every four years,' said Chan, who works as a fitness coach. 'My hard work has paid off handsomely. It was very tough to prepare for. Other than fitness training, I also needed to go through a very strict diet, but now I can eat as much I want.' Chan easily beat the other four qualifiers. He won with a total score of 15 points while Yoshihiro Yano of Japan was a distant second with 39 points with bronze medallist Mohamed Ismail Muhammad of Singapore on 57. Chan's coach Sam Li Sai-sung said: 'He (Chan) has won the last three Asian Championships and tonight both his individual free post routine and physical fitness were very impressive.' Hong Kong's women hockey players suffered another humiliating loss - 7-0 to India. On the track, Chiang Wai-hung qualified for the 100m semi-finals after finishing fifth in his heat in a time of 10.72 seconds. But teammate Leung Chun-wai's 10.82 was not sufficient to send him through. In the women's sprint, Wan Kin-yee and Chan Ho-yee were both eliminated from the women's 100m. Wan came fourth in her heat in 12.18 while Chan finished last in her heat in 12.40. In tennis, Yu Hiu-tung and Wayne Wong Wing-luen both won their men's singles first-round games. Yu beat Deepesh Chhetri of Bhutan 6-2, 6-0 while Wong thrashed Munkhbaatar Badrakh of Mongolia 6-0, 6-0. Lam Po-kuen trounced Kuwait's Asrar Abdulmajid of Kuwait 6-0, 6-0, but Venise Chan Wing-yau crashed out to Kim Jin-hee of South Korea 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the first round of the women's singles.