Heavy wind specialists continued to dominate the Mistral Class at the World Sailing Championships in Cadiz, Spain, as Hong Kong's 1996 Olympic champion Lee Lai-shan continued to drift towards finishing outside the top 10 for only the second time in 12 years of competing in International Sailing Federation events. With the Levante winds again blowing offshore at 20 to 25 knots, San San was unable to make an impression on the more powerful sailors, recording finishes of 17th and 18th in races seven and eight on day four of the regatta. She is in 12th place overall, but even further out of contention. 'She was in a good position in the first round, but then lost out in a major [wind] shift and dropped many places,' said Hong Kong head coach Rene Appel. While San San struggled, the speed specialists made the most of the conditions. Israeli teenager Lee Korsitz recorded two second places to maintain her lead, while Australian Allison Shreeve is eight points behind after a first and third. San San's chief rival, at least in more moderate conditions, Italy's reigning champion Alessandra Sensini, moved up from 11th to ninth with two top 10 finishes. Further down the field, Hong Kong's Vicky Chan Wai-kei moved up from 32nd to 26th overall after finishing 28th and a much better 11th in the day's two races. Hong Kong's men also made marginal improvements, with Ho Chi-ho rising from 51st to 47th and Chan King-yin moving up four places to 54th overall. At the head of the fleet, Poland's Przemek Miarczynski continued his amazing run,recording his sixth and seventh race wins of the regatta to maintain a perfect score of just seven points after discarding his worst result.