Wong Kam-po disappointed in the 42-kilometre individual time-trial at the Asian Championships in Shanghai yesterday, but the Hong Kong rider said he was not worried as his best was yet to come. Wong finished 11th in one hour, one minute and 15 seconds - almost four minutes behind the winning time of 57:28. But Wong said: '[Tomorrow's] road race is the big one for me. That's something I know I will do well in because that's my speciality. I have trained hard for it and it is something I have been looking forward to all week. It is where I think I have a chance of winning gold.' Wong will become the first Hong Kong rider to win gold at the Asian Championships if he succeeds in the 168-kilometre road race. 'I have never won gold in this event. I have won gold at the Asian Games and at the All-China National Games but the Asian Championship road race gold has always eluded me. I don't know why but I don't seem to have much luck,' said Wong, who has competed in the Asian Championships five times, starting in 1991. Wong gained prominence by winning the All-China National Games road race gold medal in Shanghai four years ago. But he said: 'Things are different now. The course is different. It's a flatter course. I like the hills but I won't be getting many of them.'