Unfortunately, the team only brought back one silver and four bronze medals from Nanjing.
On Friday, the final day of the swimming competition, 16-year-old Barton Lau Shiu-yue, a Form Four student at Diocesan Boys' School, won a silver medal in the boys' 50-metre backstroke. He clocked 26.77 seconds in the final - 0.02 seconds slower than champion Won Young-jun from South Korea.
"Even though I ranked second after the 50m backstroke semi-final, I didn't think that I would win a medal, as everyone hid their true ability until the final. So I was pretty shocked when I turned around and saw the results board after the race," said Barton.
"I feel happy that I achieved my new personal best in the 50m backstroke."
Jamie Yeung Zhen-mei, a 16-year-old student from Hong Kong International School, finished third in the girls' 200m breaststroke. Jamie clocked 2 minutes, 34.80 seconds, a personal best for the Grade 10 student.
This was Jamie's second bronze medal at the Games. She won her first in the 100m breaststroke.