Chan Wai-man became the second woman from Hong Kong to win a gold medal at the Holland Regatta, but Ho Chi-ho narrowly missed first place in the men's event to prevent Hong Kong from celebrating a golden double in Medemblik, the Netherlands. The final race on Sunday was called off because of insufficient wind. Chan, who won two races on Saturday, became the overall champion with her elder sister Wai-kei finishing second. Only former Olympic champion Lee Lai-shan had won the event for Hong Kong previously. In the men's event, Ho was narrowly defeated by Dutchman Joeri van Dijk by a single point. Cheng Kwok-fai, also from Hong Kong, was third. 'Overall we had some pretty good results as it has been a fantastic event, with incredible sailing weather,' Hong Kong team coach Rene Appel said. 'It was unfortunate that we could not sail the last race as I strongly believe Ho had a realistic chance to win back the first place in these conditions. This, unfortunately did not happen, but with four medals we have not got much to complain about. 'Both the men's and women's teams did outstandingly, reaching the highest ranks Hong Kong have ever achieved in this regatta. 'Chan was putting together a very strong regatta, with consistently good performances in the varying conditions we have had so far and I am delighted to see her win the overall title.' The lack of wind on the last day meant Saturday's results stood as the final standings, denying Ho the chance to battle for first place. The Hong Kong team will now spend the next three weeks training at the Dutch National Sail Training Centre with Medemblik as the focal point.