Name Andy Leung Ho-tsun Sport Windsurfing Achievements Leung, 18, is a member of the Hong Kong national squad. He ended his junior windsurfing life by winning the crown at the RS:X Youth World Championships in Thailand in January. He also came first in the RS:X Youth category at the Sail Melbourne 2008 and RS:X Asian Championships 2007. Now he will be competing against the best windsurfers from around the world. He hopes he can do equally well. Soundbite 'About 10 years ago, I decided to follow in the footsteps of my idol Lee Lai-shan [popularly known as San San] and joined the Hong Kong Windsurfing Association's development programme,' said Leung. 'I think it's cool to be a windsurfer. That's why I keep training. At the beginning, I had no special feeling towards the sport. I didn't find it boring but I wasn't crazy about it. 'After I joined the Hong Kong team in 2005, I took part in many international competitions and won a few titles. I realised I have the talent and I really like the sport. Therefore, I went full-time right after I finished Form Five. 'I'm going to turn 19 this year and the title I won at the Youth World Championships is the best farewell present to my junior windsurfing life. It also showed that I made the right decision in choosing to become a full-time athlete. It's a kind of confirmation and I feel that my efforts have paid off.' From his coach 'Andy began training when he was very young,' said Olivia Chan Hoi-suen. 'He is very hard working. He has just been promoted to the senior level, and only time can tell if his achievements as a junior can be translated into international level.' Ambitions 'I would like to win a berth at the East Asian Games this December. I'd also like to take part in the Olympics which I believe should be the dream of every athlete,' Leung said.