Sprinter To Wai-lok must overcome his Olympic teammates and a cold picked up during Sydney 2000 if he is to be crowned Hong Kong's 'Athletics King' this weekend. To needs to complete a 100 and 200 metre double in the final meeting of the Watson's Athletic King series at Wan Chai Sports Ground to ensure he wins the overall title. But standing in his way will be his Sydney Games 4x100m relay teammates Chiang Wai-hung, Ho Kwan-lung and Tang Hon-sing. Chiang is the SAR record holder in the 100m with a time of 10.37 seconds while Ho is hard on To's heels in the race for the title. To is confident about the 200m - for which he holds the Hong Kong record of 21.43 - but is less sure about the shorter sprint, especially as he returned home with a virus contracted after temperatures dropped at the Sydney closing ceremony. 'I saw the doctor after I came back and I started training yesterday, but I haven't fully recovered yet,' said To. 'I had even planned to break Chiang's record at this meet but my chance of winning is only 50-50 now. The 100m is going to be an interesting race as all four members of the relay squad will be competing. I'll try my best to beat them all.' To's personal best in the 100m is 10.47 - but he believes he will eclipse Chiang's mark sooner or later. 'Although our finishing time wasn't that good in Sydney, I felt I was in good form when I ran my leg. I'm aiming to run 10.30 in the 100m and break into 21.00 in the 200m by the middle of next year,' he said. To and Ho are level on 23 points in the Athletics King standings heading into the final meeting today and tomorrow - but To holds the edge as he has won three races compared to Ho's two. In the women's events, sprinter Wan Kin-yee looks certain to take the 'Athletics Queen' title as she enters the final round with a clear lead over Chan Mei-tik.