LEE Lai-shan says today's race at the Asian Championships off Cheung Chau could be the last of her glittering career. San San, who maintained her lead with two more race wins yesterday, is poised to successfully defend her mistral class title off her home island as she's built a big lead over her closest rival, Masako Imai from Japan, with five wins and two second-placed finishes. The former Olympic champion might be seen in action for the last time today as she will be leaving with husband Sam Wong Tak-sum on Tuesday for the United States where she will re-assess her future before returning to support Hong Kong's 2006 Asian Games bid in Pusan two weeks later. San San said it was important to make the four-day competition a memorable event, rather than just obtain good results. 'I want to compete happily and have fun because it might be my last competition,' said the 30-year-old star, who came sixth at the Sydney Olympics. 'I don't want to protest against others or have one against me. I don't want any argument. I try to stay away from the inexperienced sailors, so that disputes will be unlikely to arise.' And so far, she clearly has enjoyed competing on the island for the first time since Hong Kong last hosted the Asian Championships five years ago. 'It's so comfortable and convenient here. I haven't gone home for dinner but my mum asked her maid to bring me Chinese soup during lunch. I'm familiar with the places here, so I know where to eat and where to shop, and the residents here are so kind to me,' she said. San San proved again she was competitive against top male sailors from the region - she was the third windsurfer, man or woman, to cross the finish in both races yesterday. She was behind men's mistral class defending champion Kenjo Motokazu and mainlander Chen Chit in race six and trailed Hong Kong's future hope Ho Chi-ho and Motokazu in race seven. Motokazu leads the men's fleet on nine penalty points, seven points ahead of Chen, while third-placed Ho is four adrift of the mainlander, thanks to his win yesterday. Ho, however, was dissatisfied that the race committee decided yesterday to disqualify him from Friday's race three. 'If I had known that yesterday, I would have changed my sailing tactics today,' he said.