Hannah Wilson set a Hong Kong record in the women's 100-metres freestyle yesterday, but the final Olympic qualifying meet in Tsuen Wan saw no new faces in the line-up for Beijing. Just four swimmers - Wilson, Sherry Tsai Hiu-wai, Stephanie Au Hoi-shun and Elaine Chan Yu-ning - have met the Olympic B qualifying standard in eight different events. American-based Rachel Grant came up short in her two best events, the 400m individual medley and the 200m butterfly, while Jennifer Town Ka-hang narrowly missed Olympic qualifying times. Town was in tears after winning the 200m butterfly in 2:15.73, just three-tenths of a second too slow. 'I was hoping for a few more, at least two or three, to qualify but there was a bit of bad luck,' Hong Kong head coach Chan Yiu-hoi said. 'Honestly, I'm disappointed for not having more swimmers.' Chan said many of the swimmers were young and did not have much experience in 'do-or-die' competitions, and some had problems adjusting to the pressure of a competition where they had to race the clock and not each other. 'I could tell I wasn't feeling the way I should when I want to do well,' said Grant, who won the 400m medley in 5:04.35, but fell well short of the 4:55.06 Olympic B standard. Despite failing to make the cuts she needed, Grant was added to the national team and will now be able to represent Hong Kong at international events. 'It's exciting that I can compete at world championships, and at least I got something out of [the competition],' Grant said. Wilson set a Hong Kong record yesterday morning in the 100m freestyle. She swam the same event in the afternoon section in 55.97 to break her own record. On Saturday, Wilson qualified in the 200m freestyle and set another Hong Kong record for the 100m butterfly and is now qualified in four events. Tsai, who did not swim yesterday, has just returned from Manchester, where she was competing at the world short-course championships. Tsai set a Hong Kong record in the 50m backstroke and finished ninth in that event. 'It was a good meet,' Tsai said. 'I swam OK, maybe there was a bit of jet leg and I hoped I could make top eight and I finished ninth so I just missed by a little bit.' Saying that her Olympic preparations were going well, Tsai added she would return to the United States for a few months of training before moving back to Hong Kong in late June.