Each week we talk to HK's brightest and best Name Shek Wai-hung School Newman Catholic College Grade Form Three Sport Gymnastics Achievements Wai-hung, 16, favours the vault. He swept all six gold medals at the 2006 Hong Kong Open Gymnastics Competition. He first represented Hong Kong at the age of eight. He was doing well until he suffered a serious injury during competition in 2006. However, he bounced back and performed perfectly in the vault event, winning Hong Kong's first-ever gold medal in the men's category at the 2008 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships in California in March. He clinched five more gold medals at the All-Hong Kong Secondary School Gymnastics Competition on April 6. He was selected as one of the 120 Olympics torch-bearer in Hong Kong. Soundbite 'I began learning gymnastics aged seven after I saw a competition. The moves were elegant yet powerful. I was deeply attracted to the sport,' said Wai-hung. 'I immediately joined gymnastics classed organised by YMCA. People may think that I took up gymnastics a little late, but I firmly believe that age is not a problem, as long as one has the passion for it. 'I was out of action for almost a year after suffering a neck injury during a competition in China. Gymnastics gives me a target, a challenge and satisfaction. Therefore, I never thought of giving up the sport. I'm excited that I can take part in competitions again.' From his coach 'Wai-hung is a very talented gymnast. He practises hard and has great strength. He never gives up. I'm glad that he was able to overcome his injury and further improve his performance,' said head coach Poon King-hung. Ambitions 'I'm now targeting the 2012 London Olympics. I would be happy if I'm able to take part in the Olympics once in my lifetime. I'll try my very best to achieve this goal,' Wai-hung said.