Hong Kong's top sailors Ho Chi-ho, Cheng Kwok-fai and Vicky Chan Wai-kei were crowned champions at a windsurfing competition that ended on Monday. The FedEx 2006 RS:X Asian Championships was held alongside the Hong Kong Open Windsurfing Championships over four days off Tung Wan, Cheung Chau. Sponsored by FedEx this year, the annual event included five major classes - RS:X for men and women, heavyweight and lightweight categories in the men's International Mistral Class Organisation (IMCO), and IMCO for women. Ho won the IMCO men's heavyweight title, while Cheng was the lightweight champion. Chan clinched the championship in IMCO women's class. Fang Zhenman and Xu Wangping, both from China, took the RS:X men's and women's crowns, respectively. Ho said although the wind weakened unexpectedly on Monday compared to the day before, the team were able to maintain their performance and claim victory. Ho, who scored 14 points in the final, finished first in three races. Chan, who had nine points as she dominated the IMCO women's class, said home advantage helped give her an edge over her rivals. Cheng and Chan King-yin both notched up 10 points on the last day of the championship. Cheng got off to a good start and managed to stay in front to capture the championship. Arun Homraruen, of Thailand, was third. Fang led the RS:X men's class throughout the competition. His teammate, RS:X women's champion Xu, received 13 points ahead of Fujiko Onishi of Japan, who scored 19 points.