Oscar Coggins - Triathlete & Olympic Hopeful
ELITE MALE CHAMPION 2019 Asian Triathlon Championships
Fantastic performance from Oscar in winning the 2019 Asian Triathlon Championships in South Korea. This result puts Oscar right into the mix for Japan 2020 Olympic qualification and he also created a little bit of sports history, becoming the first Hong Kong athlete to win the Asian Triathlon Championships.
Outstanding Performances / Awards
ITU Asian Championships, 1st Elite Men – 2019
ITU Asian Championships, 1st Junior Elite Men – 2018
ITU Asian Championships, 1st Junior Elite Men – 2017
ITU WTS Grand Final, 6th Junior Elite Men – 2018
ITU Asian Championships, 4th Mixed Relay – 2017
ITU Asian Cup, 1st Elite Men – Subic Bay, 2019
ITU Asian Cup, 1st Elite Men – Almaty, 2018
ITU Asian Cup, 2nd Elite Men – Mt Mayon, 2018
ITU Asian Cup, 5th Elite Men – Rayong, 2019
ITU Asian Cup, 5th Elite Men – Subic Bay, 2018
ITU Asian Ranking, 5th Elite Men
Hong Kong Ranking, 1st Elite Men
Hong Kong Male Elite Triathlete of the Year
Mission, Vision & Values
Harry Wright International is the leading provider of swimming instruction for the community. This is achieved through:
- Providing modern and progressive curricula in a positive learning environment that ensures progression, talent identification and pathways of excellence for all swimmers.
- Creating age and ability specific programs that cater to the needs of ALL age groups
- Employing quality instructors and providing them with ongoing professional development and resources to ensure their instruction is up to date with modern methodology and teaching practices.
To become Asia’s leading Learn to swim and competitive swim provider.
Harry Wright International instructors and coaches have a passion for the sport of swimming and a desire to pass this passion onto their swimmers and do this by placing the needs of the children and swimmers first. This is achieved through positive reinforcement, encouragement of efforts, celebration of small achievements and recognition of performance. Every activity has a purpose and all lessons should create progressive transitions to ensure continuity of instruction throughout the session.
HWI SWIMATHON 2019
Hong Kong Blue Dragons Touch Club
Blue Dragon 2019 Touch Rugby Summer League Champions
The Hong Kong Dragons are a social Touch Club that has been participating in the HK Leagues and regional Touch Tournaments for over 15 years. Originally known as the Brumbies, the team was heavily involved in the early development of touch as an organized sport in Hong Kong with many of the former and current team members heavily involved in the Hong Kong Touch Association.
As a dedicated Touch Club, Dragons have mixed, men’s and women’s teams that participate in all local leagues as well as tournaments throughout Asia. We also provide players and coaches that are part of the HK National development squad.
The Club is mainly made up of expat players of all ages and although a social club are competitive in all tournaments. A great feature of the Club is that we have a number of core players who have been with the Dragons for a long period of time, which mixed with some new blood each year ensures we are always regenerating.
A highlight for the Club was winning the Men’s Open Touch competition at the Asian Club Touch Championships in Malaysia in 2007 and more recently the Shanghai International Touch Tournament Men’s Open and Mixed Cup Champions 2014. Furthermore, the Best Male Player of the Tournament and the Referees’ choice awards at the SITT 2012 also went to two HK Blue Dragons Players.
The HKTA Winter League 2014 and 2015 saw the club undefeated in all pool games and defended the title of Champions in HK Winter League Touch Tournament. We are HK Winter league Mixed Cup Champions four years in a row of 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.
The club was winning the Men’s Open Cup champion at HK International Touch Championship in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and also as Mixed Cup Runner-up in 2014 and 2015, HK International Touch Championship Men’s Plate Runner-up 2016.
We are Mixed Plate Champions and Women’s Bowl Champions in HK Summer league 2017.
We also have masters team who participated in overseas international tournaments in New Zealand and Australia.
We were the 40+ Mixed Bronze Medal in New Zealand World Masters Games 2017 and D2 Mixed Open Cup Champions in Hong Kong Winter League 2018.
As a social club we also don’t mind a few drinks after games, so we hope to see you all at the Happy Valley Bar and Grill every Friday night 20:00-21:30 at Happy Valley Sport Ground pitch 6. Blue Dragons
Vikings Football Club
Our school is all about fun for children from age 18 months and up. We teach the core skills of soccer – the beautiful game – in a safe, sharing environment to allow your child to prosper and grow.
Our wish is to see all our players develop a lifelong love of the game and all the benefits inherent in being part of a team: from the physical soccer skills they learn to the meaning of teamwork, hard work and responsibility.
All our dedicated football coaches have one thing in common – they have all played the game at a professional or semi-professional level, and have attained industry-recognized coaching qualifications. We can therefore provide the highest level of coaching in both English and Cantonese for children of all abilities and mindsets.
If your child could benefit from learning and enjoying playing football with kids their own age, please contact us and we’d be delighted to explain more.
Overseas Old Boys Rugby Team Hong Kong 10s Tournament 2018
The Overseas Old Boys Rugby Football Club (OSOB for short) was established in 2004 by the founding fathers – Rob Wright and Tony Pannell. OSOB developed out of the annual New Year’s Day Youth Rugby Tournament where teams coached by Rob and Tony went unbeaten between the years of 1997 and 2002
Team News – 2019 GFI HKFC 10s
Overseas Old Boys have a strong backline including new England Sevens addition Jamie Barden and long-time Harlequins wing Charlie Walker, who’s among three England Academy Sevens players along with 19-year-old fliers Ben Harris and Femi Sofolarin.
Since 2002 the OSOB have participated in the Hong Kong 10’s – the most competitive and exciting 10’s Rugby Tournament in the world
OSOB’s first win came in 2005 where they beat Chinese agricultural university to win the Bowl. Then in 2016 they won the plate competition beating Scottish exiles.
Bowl winners 2005
Plate winners 2016
Iron Man South Africa
Tri-Athlete: Hong Kong Competition Results 2015-2019
- Challenge Hong Kong 2018: Overall Champion
- 2018 Duathlon Hong Kong Championship: 1st Elite man
- 2018 Plover Cove Triathlon Challenge: Overall Champion
- 2018 Asian Championship Cum Age Group Triathlon (Challenge
Distance): 1st Overall
- 2018 Run for Brightness (10K): 2nd in Age Category, 4th Overall
- 2017 Gammon China Coast Half Marathon: 3rd Male Open and Overall
- 2017 Duathlon Championships: 2nd Overall
- 2017 Aquathon Series Race 5 (Challenge): 1st Overall
- 2017 Kiss Run (10K): 1st Overall
- 2016 Hong Kong Triathlon National Championships: 3rd
- 2016 Hong Kong Sport Star Awards Nominee
- 2016 Inter-School Aquathon Championships: 1st Overall
- 2015 Changshou ASTC Triathlon Premium Asian Cup: 3rd Junior Elite
- 2015 Laguna Phuket Triathlon: 10th Pro (21/765 Overall)
- 2015 Samsung 58th Festival of Sport – Age Group Triathlon (Selection)
Starting at the New York City Marathon on the 4th November 2018 and ending 100 marathons around the world later, #RunningDry is a call to each of us to save water and to join together to change the way that we all use, consume and think about water. After 62 marathons in 62 days, Mina ran so hard she broke her leg… But that didn’t stop the #RunningDry movement – it made it stronger.
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We can’t continue like this. We owe the next generation a better planet. We need to act: now.
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We want to make saving water famous. To create a global community of water-conscious citizens who care about water, and are willing to act to avert the global water crisis.
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