WORLD and Olympic champion Lee Lai-shan will adopt a waiting game as she attempts to win the Sail Auckland windsurfing title today. Lee maintained her overall lead after racing to third and second positions in yesterday's programme raced in shifty winds of between eight to 12 knots. With two races to go, the Atlanta Olympics gold medallist will be hoping to stave off the challenge of arch-rival Barbara Kendall of New Zealand, the Atlanta Olympics silver medallist. 'Instead of going all out in the last two races, San San will try to keep close with Kendall because Kendall is the only competitor who has a real chance of catching her. 'San San will make her move when there is an opening for her but she wants to play it safe,' said Windsurfing Association of Hong Kong official Dennis Chau. Lee collided with New Zealand's Julie Worth in finishing third in Friday's first race and is hoping to avoid a similar incident. 'We understand that conditions have been very similar in the last two days with shifty winds. Competitors had to wait until the afternoon before they could race because there was no wind in the morning,' he said. Lee is two penalty points ahead of Kendall with third-placed Jessica Crisp of Australia a further six points adrift. Hong Kong's other entrant in the women's mistral competition, Chan Hoi-suen, continued her good work after racing to sixth and fifth positions to be promoted to fifth place overall. Sam Wong Tak-sum dropped two notches to ninth overall in the men's after finishing ninth and 16th in his two races. Teenager Ho Chi-ho, who surprised the field when finishing first in Friday's first race in his best-ever overseas result, stood in 11th place overall after his 12th and 14th places. Aaron McIntosh of New Zealand maintained his grip in the men's category with Australia's Lars Kleppich and Germany's Alexander Baronjan breathing down his neck in second and third places overall.