(From left) John Nichols (bodyboarder), Wilma Komala and Robert Stewart (surfers) relax before hitting the waves at Big Wave Bay in Shek O, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen (From left) John Nichols (bodyboarder), Wilma Komala and Robert Stewart (surfers) relax before hitting the waves at Big Wave Bay in Shek O, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
(From left) John Nichols (bodyboarder), Wilma Komala and Robert Stewart (surfers) relax before hitting the waves at Big Wave Bay in Shek O, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

How surfing keeps you healthy and young at heart: ‘silver surfers’ on riding waves in their 60s

  • A quartet of Hong Kong wave riders in their 60s share tips on keeping up with the physically challenging sport, including diet and injury management
  • Sharing the fun across generations, especially with grandkids, also keeps them feeling young

Topic |   Wellness
(From left) John Nichols (bodyboarder), Wilma Komala and Robert Stewart (surfers) relax before hitting the waves at Big Wave Bay in Shek O, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen (From left) John Nichols (bodyboarder), Wilma Komala and Robert Stewart (surfers) relax before hitting the waves at Big Wave Bay in Shek O, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
(From left) John Nichols (bodyboarder), Wilma Komala and Robert Stewart (surfers) relax before hitting the waves at Big Wave Bay in Shek O, Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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