Hong Kong windsurfer Andy Leung Ho-tsun took gold in the men's RSX as HK dominated the Asian Championships in Enoshima, Japan. Leung captured his third Asian title in the event, and Kikabhoy Rafeek and Cheng Ho-yin won the youth RSX and youth techno respectively at the 2020 Olympic Games venue. Hong Kong won six other medals, three silver and three bronze. Leung was unbeatable in the Olympic class, taking the first place in all six races. Twelve races were scheduled but only half were completed due to wind conditions. Leung said the win would be an important build-up for the World Championships to be held in Oman later this month. "The world championships will be one of the qualifying events for the 2016 Olympic Games and also serves as a selection trial among Hong Kong sailors for the Rio Games," said Leung. "Victory in Enoshima will definitely help my preparations for this important regatta." Rafeek was not as happy despite his gold. "I think I wasn't doing as good as I normally do and the weather condition of this marina was very unpredictable," he said. "It was a big challenge and now I have to focus on the upcoming Youth World championships in December."