|Country represented||United States|
|Born||January 1, 1998|
Kwong held the national #1 rank in each concluding year of Youth-10, Youth-12, and Youth-14. Altogether he won 10 North American Cup top-8 finalist medals between 2009 and 2013—including 3 gold and 3 bronze. In 2013 he won the Youth-14 National Championship in Columbus, Ohio, and in 2016 he won the Division I-A National Championship in Dallas, Texas.
He was the youngest male sabre fencer in the United States with an A rating in the 2012-2013 season and the youngest men's sabre fencer to represent United States internationally in the 2012-2013 season, at 14 years old winning United States's first medal for the season at the 2012 Cadet European Circuit in Konin, Poland.
At the 2016 USA Fencing Summer Nationals in Dallas, Texas, Kwong won three medals in a row, becoming the only fencer to have won three medals on three consecutive days in Junior and Senior national events. He won bronze in the Junior Men's Saber Challenge, gold in the Division I-A Men's Saber National Championship, and bronze in the Division I Men's Saber Challenge.
He is the son of Raymond and Emma Kwong and the younger brother of Princeton Kwong, an American national champion figure skater.
- "2010-2011 Season National Results".
- "2013 USA Fencing National Championships & JULY NAC".
- "2016 USA Fencing National Championships & July Challenge".
- "Freshmen Showcase Self-Defense". The Oracle.
- "2012-09-22 Konin - Sabre Results". Polski Związek Szermierczy (Polish Fencing Federation).
- Jomantas, Nicole (September 24, 2012). "Edward Chin and Samuel Kwong Win Silver and Bronze at Konin Cadet European Saber Cup". TeamUSA.org.
- "February 2013 Junior Olympic Championships".
- "First-Time Junior Olympic Champions Crowned, Junior Women's World Foil Team Named in Richmond".
- Mazeika, Vytas. "Gunn grad Kwong wins gold at USA fencing nationals". The Mercury News.