A team of data scientists are creating a framework to predict trail running performances and the probability of a runner dropping out of the race
Trail and ultra runners have a dogged attitude to overcome any issue, but do not let that become hubris in the face of the coronavirus
Runners can improve strength, speed and reduce injuries by using the time away from racing to work on their weaknesses.
Trail races might be cancelled, but runners keep turning up after Oxfam Trailwalker sets community precedent
Research has linked high-tempo music to a higher heart rate and a lower perceived level of effort.
The Olympic committee might ban protests in Tokyo 2020, but the irony is that it is, in itself, a political act
The best trail runners in Hong Kong have set their sights on a range of goals, including inspiring fellow runners and giving back to the community.
Hong Kong runners share their best run, from unofficial races to smashing personal bests and settling into a new home.
Typhoon Mangkhut highlighted the need for Hong Kong to improve protection against extreme weather, which will help road runners follow the coastline.
Team Gone Running-Joint Dynamics run the 100km course in 12 hours 45 minutes pushing through pain, despite the race officially being cancelled.
Only a few months ago, running 100km would have seemed ridiculous to Mary Hui but now she is just a week away from running Hong Kong’s most famous ultra.
Hongkonger’s race ends when he falls unconscious during hike.
The Lake District fell runner is embarking on an epic run, combating injury risks, winter weather and language barriers by focusing on one month at a time.
The Hong Kong runner spends time in Yunnan to benefit from the altitude, and spends far more time in the gym getting stronger.
The masses of runners lined up for races bring their political stance to the course, calling for other participants to ‘add oil’ and to ‘restore Hong Kong’.
The protesters have inadvertently done wonders for the urban walkability of Hong Kong.
Gels, Coke, energy bars and chocolate might be great for a boost on the trails, but they can lead to tooth decay and gum issues.
The anti-government protests, sparked by the now shelved extradition bill, have evoked the famous martial artist’s motto to stay fluid.
Mary Hui never realised the finite nature of mental energy until she tried running on little sleep after an exhausting week at the Hong Kong protests.
The Hong Kong-based runner was always afraid a Did Not Finish would mean she let her supporters down, but really it is about putting her body first
Runners wanting to train multiple days in a row face the dilemma of having perpetually wet shoes – but here are a few tricks to try out
John Ellis and others find creative and non-violent way to protest against extradition bill and mainland encroachment by running
Bioplastic energy gel packets are made from compostable material that disappears with rain and insects
How a Chinese-born Kiwi trail running champion found a way to combine a busy career in engineering with a love of competitive running, and how initial resistance from her traditional Chinese family has changed
Participation in road running races in Asia has increased 169 per cent in the past five years, according to a new report
Most sportspeople, men or women, have progressed thier whole career without a single female coach, writes Mary Hui
Two of Hong Kong’s top female athletes, ultra runner Samantha Chan and crossfit trainer Bobbi Poulton talk about the pressure and pushback. Hear how Instagram has become a toxic influence upon the professionals in the crossfit industry as well as the young women getting involved in gyms and exercise
Lion Rock looks over the city and has acted as a metaphor for grit and determination for years
Are you at every race like the common apple or are you more obsessed with selfies like a pineapple?
Hayes climbs Everest and K2, but is forced to ask himself why he risks his life to ensure his goals are still internal