Two years ago, sailor Lusela Tung Chun-mei's arm and heart were broken. Her Asian Games' dreams had been wrecked by a typhoon and she vowed never to race again. This month in Savannah, the 22-year-old Hong Kong University student completes her recovery when she lines up alongside Cheung Mei-han for the 1996 Olympic Games in the women's 470 competition. Tung recalls the frustration of two years ago when her hopes of competing in the Hiroshima Asian Games were shattered by a training accident in the seas off Sai Kung. It was during the onset of a typhoon that her boat overturned and she broke her arm. 'At first I did not think it was that serious, but when I went to the hospital the doctors told me it was broken and that I would not be able to take part in the Asian Games,' said Tung. Cheung was forced to recruit a relatively inexperienced Ida Cheung as her partner and the duo surprised everyone by taking the bronze medal in Hiroshima. But although Ida Cheung proved a competent crew member, Mei-han knew that Tung, with her experience, would be the ideal partner to help Hong Kong qualify for the Olympics. Tung, who thought her sailing career was over, was gradually convinced to return to the sea, the prospects of competing in the Olympics a key factor in re-igniting her love for the sport. The two women are part of a seven-team sailing squad for the Olympics which also include the men's 470 team, windsurfers Lee Lai-shan and Sam Wong Tak-sum, and men's laser class representative Yang Fung.