Teenager Ho Chi-ho claimed the Cheung Chau leg of the Hong Kong windsurfing circuit yesterday despite being disqualified in the second race. Overnight leader Ho won the day's first race handily, but was disqualified in his next one for 'jumping the gun' at the start. Luckily for the 19-year-old, boardsailers are allowed one discard in the five-race leg and Ho used his disqualification to easily win the fourth round of the circuit from Lee Lai-shan and Chan Kin-yin. Ho had won all three of his races on Saturday to build an almost unassailable lead from San San, who failed to keep up with her younger rival in the windy conditions. 'Maybe I was a little too anxious to get started in the second race. I was a fraction too fast at the start. It's nice to win this leg. Conditions were not as heavy as Saturday but it was still good for sailing,' said Ho, a former world youth champion. 'I enjoyed myself this weekend. Weather conditions were very good for sailing and I excelled in windy conditions. The current was not as strong as it was on Saturday. Also, the wind was 15 knots today compared to 20 knots on Saturday.' The 30-year-old San San remained in second spot overall behind Ho after finishing third and first in her two races, while Chan failed to make up the leeway on the leaders, but still nailed third place overall.