GEG bagged 13 medals from Macau Gaming Industry Sport Competition

November 14, 2011 – Six female members and nine male members of Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) participated in Macau Gaming Industry Sport Competition for the first time and made great achievement. Competed with more than 400 contestants on the battlefield, GEG’s members displayed exceptional talent for sports and took home 4 gold medals, 7 silver medals and 2 bronze medals, including the 2 nd runner-up award and the 1st runner-up award of the men’s 4 X 100m relay competition, as well as two champions and a 1 st runner-up award won by female member Liu Mei Ling from Galaxy Macau™.

Held at Olympic Sports Centre on Sunday, the 2nd Macau Gaming Industry Sport Competition attracted the participations of members from different gaming operators. Six female members and nine male members of GEG had joined the competition, most of who were from the Table Games of Galaxy Macau and StarWorld Hotel and Casino. Lo Kin Cheng, pit manager of Table Games was crowned the champion of men’s shotput with a throw of 11.88m after sixth shots, defeating his biggest rival by just 1m.

GEG’s 4X100 female team, formed by Kou Lei Chi, Liu Mei Ling, Wong Lei Peng and Wu Wai Hong, battled down other competitors to take home the champion with outstanding team efforts. Eight male members formed two teams to participate in the men's 4x100m relay competition and snatched the 1st runner-up award and 2nd runnerup award. The athletes were cheered by the members of GEG’s Staff Social Club with flags and drums throughout the competition.

Liu Mei Ling, Supervisor of Table Games and the winner of three awards including the champions of women’s 800m and 4X100m relay competition, and the 1 st Runner-up award of Long Jump, expressed her sincere gratitude to her colleagues for their support. Overjoyed with her outstanding achievement made in the competition, she said, “I am very surprised to have won three awards in the competition and I am very happy with my performance. As a member of the GEG’s Dragon Boat Team I have been receiving physical training for a long time. Track and field wouldn’t be too difficult for me.” To achieve a better result next year, she said that she would spend more time to prepare for the competition.