Following on from the city’s success at the Asian Games, its athletes again shone in Hangzhou to show they deserve all the support we can offer.
The silver medal-winning Olympic swimmer is the toast of the city where she was born and a loss for Ireland, the country that had tried to recruit her.
The three-time world champion passes on advice on getting started in the sport and talks about his relationship with the watch brand with a long history of exploring of the underwater world
City’s men just missed out on qualifying for next summer’s Olympic Games, and will start campaign to secure spot during this week’s Hong Kong Open Windsurfing Championships.
The 32-year-old athlete says she feels happy her training paid off and that she has something to show for it.
Beijing’s state system for sport aims for glory in the international arena but is criticised for corruption and neglecting grass-roots participation.
When two explorers went coasteering – climbing and swimming – around the coast of Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, they were stunned by its beauty and variety of marine and plant life.
Kitaizumi Surf Festival 2023 had hoped to draw 300 top surfers to compete and promote Fukushima prefecture’s recovery, but will now be a much smaller event.
Heading into the ocean? Swimming in open water carries the risk of being stung by jellyfish. Swimmers share their painful experiences, and expert advice outlines how to treat stings, and symptoms to beware of.
New mum Clarisse Cremer has made officials rethink controversial rules that would have penalised women for having a baby between two Vendee races.
Group of volunteer swimmers, expatriates and locals, non-profit organisation offers free lessons to disadvantaged children and domestic helpers.
Favourable northerly winds have helped propel four leading super maxis in Sydney to Hobart race through notorious Bass Strait and nearing coastline of Tasmania within record time.
Several near collisions and two of the race favourite super maxis making penalty turns marked a dramatic start to the Sydney to Hobart yacht race on Monday.
Supermaxi skippers predicted to get off to a flying start from Sydney harbour, with the winds propelling them down Australia’s east coast.
Men’s and women’s winners have bulked up in a bid to compete with the best outside Asia, and officials are now scouting for kids who are taller and heavier.
Chiu Hin-chun wins lightweight single sculls on last day of competition in Thailand, with gold Hong Kong’s sixth medal of the week.
Some 80 athletes from across the region will compete in waters off main beach in Stanley between December 6 and 10, while local officials will use the races to decide on Asian Games squad.
Hong Kong Olympians and former Olympians will lead a 45km swim relay to raise money for a charity giving free swimming lessons, and to raise mental health awareness.
Hoteliers are opening luxury lodgings in the laid-back Portuguese surf town of Ericeira to fill a niche in the market. Could this draw well-heeled or celebrity surfers like Barack Obama and Kendall Jenner?
The 24 Hour Charity Dinghy Race, which has raised more than HK$12 million since its inception in 2002, returns this weekend.
Becoming the first Singaporean woman to swim the English Channel is no easy thing: cold water and jellyfish are two hazards Li Ling Yung-Hryniewiecki will face as she raises money for swimming charity Splash.
Hong Kong lifesavers reveal the one swimming stroke everyone should learn, along with how to float, and stress that ‘when in doubt, get out’.
Sailing organisation focused on giving opportunities to people with disabilities.
Artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez was rescued from the bottom of the pool in a distressing scene at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest.
Fina members voted 71.5 per cent in favour of its new ‘gender inclusion policy’ that only permits swimmers who transitioned before age 12 to compete in women’s events.
Drowning is a leading cause of death among Vietnamese children, with more than 2,000 kids under 16 losing their lives this way each year.
Kenichi Horie traced a similar route to the one he made 60 years ago when he became the first yachtsman to cross the Pacific alone with no port calls.