The Hong Kong team continued to dominate the Holland Regatta in Medemblik, the Netherlands, yesterday as Ho Chi-ho and Chan Wai-kei ranked top in the men's and women's categories. Ho, who finished second overall after the opening day, was simply unstoppable despite the shifty winds. He closed the second day with first and third-place finishes. His impressive results left him on top of the men's category, closely followed by Dutchman Joeri van Dijk, who had the same points as Ho. Another Hong Kong boardsailor, Cheng Kwok-fai, was in good form as well, finishing second and fifth in the races to occupy third overall. Chan King-yin, who had an unprecedented fourth-place finish at last weekend's World Championships in Italy, ranked fourth. The first race was called off due to a large wind shift that upended much of the fleet and was restarted an hour later after the wind direction steadied and conditions improved. The women's side also did Hong Kong proud as the Chan sisters tightened their lead. Wai-kei remained on top of the standings after first and second-pace finishes in yesterday's two races. She was just one point ahead of her younger sister Wai-man, who also had first and second-place finishes. Germany's Wiebke Sradnick was third. Head coach Rene Appel was more than happy with the performance of his team in leading both categories. 'Overall we had some pretty good results. Only Van Dijk is spoiling the party a little by taking the second place. 'Otherwise Hong Kong would have filled all the top positions in the regatta,' said Appel, who accompanied the team to the Netherlands. The five-day regatta featured relatively fewer windsurfers than before as most of them stayed behind in Italy for another event after Palermo's World Championships had ended.