Name: Lee Cheng Wei
Date of Birth: 26 January 1987 (28yrs)
Personal Best(s): 10.61s (Men 100m, 2009 S’pore Open)
21.57s (Men 200m, 2014 Asian Games)
Career Highlight(s): –
Q) What are your hopes, dream and target this SEA Games?
Gold medal for Singapore.
Q) How’s your preparation for the SEA Games?
Been going on fine.
Q) What are some of the biggest challenges in your sports career so far leading to SEA Games and your athletics career?
Having to juggle both work and training.
Q) How did you specialise in your particular event? Why this event, what’s the attraction?
Passion for sprinting.
Q) Who is your coach, tell us more about him/her. Also a mention of your previous coaches.
Melvin Tan. I have been training under him since my JC days. He is currently the coach of Raffles Institution. Previous coach: Dr Terng Yew Lian in secondary school.
Q) Do you take care of your nutrition and diet? Your opinion on supplements and food.
Yes, I try to. Supplements are good to help in recovery from the tough training sessions.
Q) Aside from athletics, what else interest you? You could say the other part of your life beyond athletics.
Q) How do you fit in your training/competing with your family and studies/work?
I try to exercise more discipline in time management.
Q) Share with the readers, some aspects of your training regime.
I train about 5 times a week.
Q) What are your long term athletics goals?
Q) What advice do you have for young aspiring athletes?
Stay healthy and injury-free.