Kenji Leung Chi Yin (Cycling)Kenji Leung Blog
Kenji Chi Yin Leung was a HK National Cycling team rider from 1995-2004 where he competed in the Asian Games, All China Games and World Championships before turning Pro. Kenji continues to race competed in Asia and Europe on the Pro circuit as a member of the Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team for several seasons, and continues to compete on the international circuit. Kenji is the team leader of CMS Cycling team, the alliance club of Sonic.
Over the years Kenji has coached riders of all levels from primary and secondary school level up to senior competitive cyclists. He has also been involved in seminars, writing individual programes for athletes and monitoring the progress and effectiveness of each of his riders.
Kenji will be appointed as Cycling Coach for Sonic annual training camp, cycling technique class, he will also be invited as a guest speaker for Sonic Athlete sharing seminar or talk.
Pro Cyclling Achievements
Discovery Channel Marco Polo Team - European and Asian Tours
- Sept 07 Tour of Korea, 2nd place stage 9 Team Classifications
- Aug 07 Tour of Hong Kong Shanghai, 2nd place General Team Classifications
- Dec 06 Tour of South China Seas, 3rd place stage 1
- Nov 06 Tour of Hainan, 3rd place stage 6
- Aug 06 Sparkassen Giro Endergebnis Derny (Germany), 6th place
- Jun 06 Ergebnis Stadtlohner Kriterium - Nachtuhlenrennen (Germany), 9th Final Individual Rider Classification
- Jan 05 Tour of South China Seas, 3rd place Final Individual Classification for Chinese Rider, 9th Final Individual Rider Classification
- Dec 04 Tour fo Sri Lanka, 1st stage 2, 5th Final Individual Rider Classification
Amateur Cyclling Achievements
- Jan 04 3rd place in General Classification for Chinese Riders
- Nov 03 Tour of Beijing, 2nd place stage 4
- Jul 03 World B Championships, 8th place in Sprint
- Oct 02 Asian Games, 6th place 1km Time Trial ,Final Overall Points (Green Jersey) for General Individual Rider Classification
- Jul 04 Schurhoven Belgium Road Race, 1st place
- HK Coaches Association Level 1 coach
- Athletes Commission Member, Sports Federation & Olympic Council of Hong Kong