Golden girl Lee Lai-shan is unsure if she will defend her windsurfing title at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. The countdown to the 2000 Games reached three years yesterday and it was marked by a reception at the Australian Consulate where San San, the chief guest, said she had yet to decide on Sydney. 'I don't know whether I will take part. It is too early to say that. There are a number of issues which I have to take into account before I make a decision,' said San San. The 27-year-old San San, who won a gold medal in windsurfing at the Atlanta Games last year, said she was currently not looking further than taking part in the Asian Games next year. 'At the moment my goal is the Asian Games . . . after that it will all depend on my motivation and my performance there,' said San San. Marriage and studies could also play a major part in her decision. 'I have one more semester to go at Canberra University. Because of the Asian Games, I have quit at the moment. I will go back most probably at the end of 1999. This will be an obstacle to my buildup to the 2000 Olympics . . . if I were to take part.' San San pointed out how her performance at the recent Asian Championships had suffered because she had taken four months off to study. 'My fitness level dropped badly and I was struggling,' said San San, who is doing a sports management degree. She will take part at the pre-Asian Games regatta in Pattaya, Thailand in November followed by December's World Championships in Perth, Australia. Meanwhile, San San was coy on the topic of marriage: 'We will decide after the Asian Games,' laughed San San, whose boyfriend Sam Wong Tak-sum is also a competitive windsurfer.