Ferdinand Clovis Airault sets the Hong Kong ‘Everesting’ record. Photo: Handout
Extreme fitness
Frenchman sets Hong Kong ‘Everesting’ record to say au revoir
28 May 2022 - 12:28AM

Ferdinand Clovis Airault climbs up and down Sunset Peak 21 times to accumulate the height of Everest from sea level.

Ferdinand Clovis Airault sets the Hong Kong ‘Everesting’ record. Photo: Handout
Frenchman sets Hong Kong ‘Everesting’ record to say au revoir

Ferdinand Clovis Airault climbs up and down Sunset Peak 21 times to accumulate the height of Everest from sea level.

28 May 2022 - 12:28AM
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Xu Jingkun lost his arm when he was 12, and has since become a world class sailor, proving naysayers wrong with every adventure. Photo: Handout
‘They said this boy’s life is finished’: Chinese Paralympian eyes world first

Xu Jingkun lost his arm when he was 12, and has since become a world class sailor, proving naysayers wrong with every adventure.

25 May 2022 - 12:39PM
Hiking and Running
Hong Kong runner Veronika Vadovicova smashes women’s 19km record in Tai Tam

Local knowledge pays off for Tsang in his first race since 2019, while Vadovicova triumphs in the women’s race, setting a new course record.

Local knowledge pays off for Tsang in his first race since 2019, while Vadovicova triumphs in the women’s race, setting a new course record.

24 May 2022 - 10:33AM
Climbing and mountaineering
Meet the first Indian woman to scale five mountain peaks above 8,000m

Priyanka Mohite has climbed some of the world’s highest mountains before 30, undaunted by challenges including Covid-19, natural disasters and a lack of funding.

Priyanka Mohite has climbed some of the world’s highest mountains before 30, undaunted by challenges including Covid-19, natural disasters and a lack of funding.

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Competition no longer what motivates top Hong Kong trail runner Stone Tsang
18 May 2022 - 8:30PM
4 steps to improving upper body strength for trail running
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Explainer | Home workouts for Hong Kong runners for when there is a lockdown

With possibility of a large-scale lockdown during universal Covid-19 testing, here are some home workouts you can do to stay fit in body and mind.

With possibility of a large-scale lockdown during universal Covid-19 testing, here are some home workouts you can do to stay fit in body and mind.

2 Mar 2022 - 10:30AM
Cries of pain for first Hong Kong female Four Trails finisher

Cheung Man-yee becomes the first Hong Kong-born woman to ‘finish’ the infamous Hong Kong Four Trails Ultra Challenge

Cheung Man-yee becomes the first Hong Kong-born woman to ‘finish’ the infamous Hong Kong Four Trails Ultra Challenge

16 Feb 2022 - 9:36PM
From ‘party Queen’ to running machine for the 298km HK4TUC

The Hong Kong-based Indonesian only heard of the Four Trails Ultra Challenge a year ago and shed tears after being accepted for the race

The Hong Kong-based Indonesian only heard of the Four Trails Ultra Challenge a year ago and shed tears after being accepted for the race

19 Jan 2022 - 8:15AM
Olaf Kasten is among those who have become a Strava KOM, but endlessly analysing and comparing may not be worthwhile for everyone. Photo: Handout
Opinion | Running or cycling without tech: the joys of device-free exercise

Using gadgets and stats to measure performance has captured the imagination, but perhaps obsessing about data is unhealthy and removes a sense of adventure.

7 May 2022 - 11:47AM
View From The Edge | Does Trailwalker’s cancellation confirm the government’s apathy to trail racing?

Just days after the Hong Kong Marathon, the government deny the Oxfam Trailwalker’s crowd exemption.

Just days after the Hong Kong Marathon, the government deny the Oxfam Trailwalker’s crowd exemption.

3 Nov 2021 - 7:00AM
Does Trailwalker’s cancellation confirm the government’s apathy to trail racing?
Opinion | US policy sees Taiwan and Hong Kong athletes fly the flag for China in CrossFit

Sweeping changes made to CrossFit Games in 2019 have created a prominent issue, with Taiwanese athletes angry at representing China.

Sweeping changes made to CrossFit Games in 2019 have created a prominent issue, with Taiwanese athletes angry at representing China.

13 Oct 2021 - 3:36PM
US policy sees Taiwan and Hong Kong athletes fly the flag for China in CrossFit

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