Three-time world champion Lee Lai-shan's All China Games dream is virtually over. Runaway leader Wang Lifang has built an insurmountable lead after winning all eight races - and a top-10 finish in one of the remaining three races will hand her victory in Shenwei, Guangdong. The SAR's 1996 Atlanta Olympic champion and world number one windsurfing diva will have plenty of time today, a rest day, to come to terms with Wang's sudden transformation into a dominant sailor before the final three races are held over the next two days. With San San a distant 13 points behind, the Hainan sailor will be crowned champion with two races to spare if she doesn't finish poorly in tomorrow's first race. Hong Kong head coach Rene Appel was stunned by Wang's dazzling performance. 'Most likely Wang will win the gold,' Appel said. 'Yes, we came here with the expectation that San San can win a gold. San San has been sailing well but her title bid appears to be out of her control. Wang is especially strong in strong winds and the conditions have been in her favour. Her starts are also strong.' San San, who has registered three second-place finishes so far, was so desperate for a race win that she took a gamble and attempted to overtake Wang in yesterday's first race but ended up having to take two time-consuming penalty turns after her board touched Wang's. She finished fourth in that race. Whether San San's failure to fulfil her dream of adding the All China Games title to her special collection of titles will prompt her to postpone her retirement - she announced plans to quit early next year - remains to be seen, but the mentally tough 31-year-old is not prepared to throw in the towel in this tournament. Appel added: 'San San hasn't secured a silver yet, so she will be aiming for a race win in the final three races.' Huang Ying (China's 1998 Bangkok Asian Games silver medallist) from Sichuan is not far behind. Wang recorded seven penalty points after one discard (the second discard will come into effect after 11 races) while San San and Huang have 20 and 32 points respectively. The one quality that puts Wang ahead of San San is that she has trained at the venue for a full year while San San only trained in Shenwei for two weeks in March and arrived three weeks before the event began. Meanwhile, Hong Kong top male windsurfer Ho Chi-ho's medal hope is almost dashed. He dropped to 11th overall after recording 12th and 14th in two races and was disqualified in another yesterday.