Mak Chun-kong, who hails from Hong Kong, said one of the toughest parts of swimming the English Channel was the tide. Photos: Handout Mak Chun-kong, who hails from Hong Kong, said one of the toughest parts of swimming the English Channel was the tide. Photos: Handout
Mak Chun-kong, who hails from Hong Kong, said one of the toughest parts of swimming the English Channel was the tide. Photos: Handout
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Hongkonger recovers from Covid-19 to swim English Channel and ‘prove that fear is more dangerous than the virus itself’

  • Mak Chun-kong, who is from Hong Kong and lives in the Czech Republic, is overcome with ‘happiness, pain, suffering, stress release, love and passion’
  • The 34-year-old, who regularly competes in ice swimming competitions, completes the journey in 13 hours and 55 minutes

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Mak Chun-kong, who hails from Hong Kong, said one of the toughest parts of swimming the English Channel was the tide. Photos: Handout Mak Chun-kong, who hails from Hong Kong, said one of the toughest parts of swimming the English Channel was the tide. Photos: Handout
Mak Chun-kong, who hails from Hong Kong, said one of the toughest parts of swimming the English Channel was the tide. Photos: Handout
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