CrossFit Asphodel members left to right: Rocky Chow, Joy Ip, Uwe Opocensky, Nicholas Worley, Vrushali Suvarna, and Kylie Davies-Worley with her baby Hunter Davies-Worley. Photo: Jonathan Wong CrossFit Asphodel members left to right: Rocky Chow, Joy Ip, Uwe Opocensky, Nicholas Worley, Vrushali Suvarna, and Kylie Davies-Worley with her baby Hunter Davies-Worley. Photo: Jonathan Wong
CrossFit Asphodel members left to right: Rocky Chow, Joy Ip, Uwe Opocensky, Nicholas Worley, Vrushali Suvarna, and Kylie Davies-Worley with her baby Hunter Davies-Worley. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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2021 CrossFit Open: Hongkongers talk about how sport helps them balance demanding professional lives

  • Members of Kennedy Town’s CrossFit Asphodel balance CrossFit with demanding jobs, but say they help each other
  • ‘You’re just mentally more awake’ says Nicholas Worley, who has been doing CrossFit for seven years

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CrossFit Asphodel members left to right: Rocky Chow, Joy Ip, Uwe Opocensky, Nicholas Worley, Vrushali Suvarna, and Kylie Davies-Worley with her baby Hunter Davies-Worley. Photo: Jonathan Wong CrossFit Asphodel members left to right: Rocky Chow, Joy Ip, Uwe Opocensky, Nicholas Worley, Vrushali Suvarna, and Kylie Davies-Worley with her baby Hunter Davies-Worley. Photo: Jonathan Wong
CrossFit Asphodel members left to right: Rocky Chow, Joy Ip, Uwe Opocensky, Nicholas Worley, Vrushali Suvarna, and Kylie Davies-Worley with her baby Hunter Davies-Worley. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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