HONG KONG, May 16 (Xinhua) -- Team Japan concluded its UCI Track Cycling of Hong Kong station on Sunday in a strong fashion, sweeping all the four gold medals and taking the tally to seven.
Having won the women's sprint gold earlier, star rider from China's Hong Kong, Sarah Lee Wai-sze competed at the women's keirin after a one-day rest, dominated her group in the first round and advanced to the final to face off 2019 Asian champion Yuka Kobayashi.
In the afternoon session, with Sarah Lee leading in the final lap, Kobayashi stepped up and sprinted past her in the final 200 meters for a win.
Japanese riders dominated the men's sprint as they secured the top four places. Yudai Nitta and Yuta Wakimoto battled it out in the final, with Nitta taking the gold by two straight wins.
Japan also won the women's madison, while Eiya Hashimoto held on to a four-point advantage to win the men's omnium gold as well.
As the four-day event concluded, Japan topped the table with seven gold, four silver and four bronze medals, followed by Germany and Belarus. Hong Kong, China finished fifth thanks to one gold and one silver won by Sarah Lee.