Mark Agnew transitions from trail to concrete as he runs the Jardine’s Peak trail on Hong Kong Island. Photo: Antony Dickson

Concreting Hong Kong trails harms runners’ joints, even if it’s done for environment and safety, says expert

The repetitive jolts from landing on concrete causes tendinosis – irreversible injury to ligaments, tendons and muscles; a group is working with the government on alternatives to concreting city’s trails

Topic |   Outdoor & Extreme: Trail Running

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Mark Agnew transitions from trail to concrete as he runs the Jardine’s Peak trail on Hong Kong Island. Photo: Antony Dickson
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