Each week we talk to HK's brightest and best Name Dickson Chow Ho-wing School Jockey Club Ti-I College Grade Form Two Sport Diving Achievements Dickson, 15, is a rising star of the Hong Kong diving team. Last month, he won four gold medals in the Macau Invitation Diving Championships. He came first in both singles and doubles in the 3-metre and 5m springboard categories. Together with teammate Li Kin-lung, he came second in the synchronised 3m springboard at the All-China Junior Diving Championship in Shanghai this summer. He also won gold in platform, 1m springboard and 3m springboard (Grade B) at the Hong Kong Age Group Diving Championships earlier this year. Soundbite 'Diving gives me lots of satisfaction. It is very exciting. Every time I finish a new move, I feel like I've overcome a challenge,' Dickson said. 'When I was promoted to secondary school, I found it hard to catch up with my studies. At the same time, I couldn't get good results in diving. I was training most of the time, so I felt bored and disappointed. 'My coach even suspended me from training as he thought I was not in a good condition. I really wanted to quit diving at the time. 'Then, after talking to my parents and my coach, I divided my free time into studies and watching diving video tapes. 'After a few months, I improved my academic performance and my coach allowed me to attend practices again. I was so happy that I swore I would never give up when faced with difficulties.' From his coach 'Dickson is a good diver. He has ability and I'm so glad that he could figure out what he wanted to do during his three-month suspension,' said coach Gordon Ng Kowk-tung. Ambitions 'My first target is the 2009 East Asian Games. I would like to gain more experience in international competitions to help me prepare for the 2012 London Olympics,' Dickson said.