Daniel Lee Chi-wo's quest for a second Olympic appearance is nicely on track with just over one year to go to the Beijing Games. Lee's most likely route to Beijing is via the New Flag system in which one male and female triathlete from each continent, not otherwise qualified and with a world ranking of one to 47, will be included in the elite line-up next August. Another route to qualification would be to win the next year's Asian Triathlon Championships, as the winner of each regional championship will gain automatic entry to the Olympiad. On Sunday, Lee, along with teammate Andrew Wright, finished fourth and 10th overall in the Jinzhou ITU Triathlon Asian Cup in China. Both earned Asian Cup ranking points. The race was won by Kazakhstan's Danyl Supanov. Lee, currently ranked third in Asia, was disappointed with his fourth place finish, even though he added to his points tally and took a share of the US$15,000 prize money on offer. 'I was expecting a podium finish so obviously I'm not that happy with fourth,' said the 30-year-old. 'Supanov is leading the New Flag rankings but he should make the Olympics with his world ranking, so I should then move up to first place. 'I need to be careful though as there are a few guys quite close behind me, including Andrew,' Lee added.