Wushu martial artist Samuel Hui won silver in the men's Taijiquan and Taijijian All-Around event on Monday at the Asian Games in Hangzhou.
In the Taijiquan final, Hui's performance earned him a 9.743 in the first half of the competition, putting him in fourth position.
He then executed a stellar sword routine in the second half, scoring 9.75 to help catch up for medal contention. He had a total of 19.493, which put him onto the podium with a silver.
"In preparation for this competition to finally reaching the Asian Games, it's the first time I have had mixed feelings about a competition. I keep convincing myself that everything is ok and I need to just enjoy the performance since it only comes every four years," he told HOY TV.
"But deep inside, I have set expectations for myself to do well which has then led to a lot of pressure."
China's Gao Haonan took the gold with a score of 19.666, while Inso Jones Llabres of the Philippines completed the podium with a score of 19.486.
It was Hong Kong's third wushu medal of the Games, after an earlier bronze in the women's Taijijian and a silver in the women's Changquan.