Followed by 1.4k people
The New World Harbour Race is an annual swimming race across Hong Kong harbour, normally held in October. First held in 1906, the Cross Harbour Race was one of Hong Kong’s most celebrated events for over 70 years. It was revived in 2011.
- A record 4,000 entrants were to tackle a new route from Wan Chai public pier to Tsim Sha Tsui East on October 27
- Participants will receive a full refund and given priority when applying to join the 2020 race