Hong Kong's windsurfer Ngai Wai-yan on Tuesday won a silver medal at the Asian Games in Hangzhou.
She came two points short of finishing top in the RS:X women's event, with Thailand's Siripon Kaewduang-Ngam snatching gold.
The two windsurfers had been jostling back and forth throughout the competition.
In the final day's two races, Ngai twice finished second among four athletes competing in the event.
That left her with an overall 20 points in the end, compared to the Thai's 18, as the athlete with the lowest score wins.