CHRIS Perry's Olympic squad will step up their preparation for the Sydney Games by taking part in a series of European regattas next month. Asian Games silver medallist Fenella Ng Gar-loc and the SAR's men's lightweight doubles pair of Lui Kam-chi and Lo Sing-yan will compete in the season's first World Cup regatta in Munich from June 1-3 - their first outing since their visit to March's Australian Championships. National coach Perry said it was time for his rowers to return to action against some of the world's best. 'We're going to enter another phase of training after we've done a lot of training on the water and in the gym,' Perry said. 'It's time to remind them of the standard of the Europeans. They haven't competed against them since last year.' Perry said he decided to enter Ng in the lightweight singles for the Munich event although she had qualified for the heavyweight category in Sydney. Ng, a lightweight rower by size, blasted away some of her bigger rivals to make the Olympic grade because the lightweight singles is not an Olympic event. 'It's important that she gets side-by-side racing because she hasn't peaked yet. It's better for her to race against rowers who are of the same level. Heavyweight rowers are a little too strong for her at the moment,' Perry said. 'She reached the A final in World Cup events before and I hope she can emulate that success.' Ng, Lui and Lo will then move on to a regatta in Ratzburg (also in Germany) and the second World Cup regatta in Vienna before returning to Asia for the All-Japan Championships.