Olympic champion Lee Lai-shan moved up one place to second position overall but was still overshadowed by her friend and rival Barbara Kendall on day two of the Sail Auckland regatta in New Zealand yesterday. San San, racing her first regatta since her Asian Games success in December and her wedding to fellow boardsailor Sam Wong Tak-sum two weeks ago, slowly picked up board speed to finish second behind reigning world champion Kendall in all three races yesterday. New Zealander Kendall leads the fleet of 17 athletes on seven penalty points. San San is six behind. The SAR's world number two windsurfer sailed consistently despite having been away from water for a full month. She pushed Australian Natasha Sturges, who had a 3-5-3 finish yesterday, down to third place overall. With only four races remaining, San San has to excel in today's three races if she is to challenge Kendall for the overall title. New Zealand's coach Grant Beck was surprised that Kendall performed so well. 'She hurt her arms again at the National Slalom Championships last week but amazingly she is fine now,' Beck said. Hong Kong's two young boardsailors are also holding up well in their first international Olympic sail week regatta. Chan Wai-kei, who finished third in last month's World Youth Championships, lies in ninth while Tang Pui-ka is 13th. In the men's fleet, Wong is 18th in a field of 58. Cheng Hing-lun is 16th.