Hong Kong windsurfing queen Lee Lai-shan will continue her build-up towards December's Asian Games in Bangkok by competing in the Spa Regatta in the Netherlands next week. Fresh from her victory at the Hyeres Olympic Week in southern France where she defeated some of the world's leading sailors, the 1996 Olympic gold medallist will be hoping to add another silverware to her impressive cabinet. 'San San [Lee Lai-shan] didn't compete in the Spa Regatta last year because of her studies, so she will be trying extra hard to regain the title she won in 1996,' Hong Kong coach Rene Appel said. 'All the top sailors are expected to compete at Spa, including her rival Barbara Kendall.' Kendall, the 1992 Barcelona Olympic gold medallist and silver medallist at Atlanta two years ago, skipped the Hyeres Regatta to concentrate on training in Sydney. 'I would expect Barbara to compete in Spa. 'The field is going to be very similar to Hyeres with some of the best sailors in the world competing,' Appel said. 'As far as San San's build- up towards Bangkok is concerned, she still has a long way to go, but her build-up is coming along nicely.' He is worried that the El Nino effect might produce unpredictable wind conditions in Bangkok when the Asian Games competition start. 'Whatever happens, San San would have to continue working hard if she wants to win the gold medal in Bangkok,' Appel said.