Tag: The Clean Half

The Strength Of Swimming

Men and women, boys and girls, young and older: they all show that muscular definition can be done with swimming. The tautness of the arms and the strength of the upper body clearly become well-defined by those who swim. Their triceps and biceps, their pectoral, deltoid, lats and trapezius muscles obtain a beautiful sleekness often admired by those who

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Swimming Past The Wall At The Clean Half

Rising from the depths, swimmers who breathe to the right have a fabulous view of The Wall during the 14.5 km The Clean Half marathon swim in Hong Kong. Photography by Victor Fraile and Mike Pickles of The Power of Sport Images brings The Clean Half alive for those not in Hong Kong. The results: 1. Swimming the Wright Way 3:00:47 Men 2. LRC (17) 3:04:02

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Trent Grimsey Tidies Up The Clean Half

It was huge out there in the very best meaning of the word. The Clean Half was showered by perfect weather with a fairly calm and warm ocean, and only a few currents to deal with today in Hong Kong. A new course record for the solo 15 km was broken by Trent Grimsey, who emerged from his retirement with a time of 3:14:23. The English Channel record holder

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The Two Going To The Five

Brian Ryckeman and Trent Grimsey, two of the fastest open water swimmers in the world, will head towards The Clean Half and The Five events in Hong Kong in October to share their expertise and passion for the sport. The professional marathon swimming duo who have long raced against each other from Asia to Europe will be giving a number of clinics and talks

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Swimmers Are Perfect For This Role

The Planet Earth's pristine seashores, especially in the Pacific Ocean, are decreasing year by year. But there are still plenty of clean places to enjoy. Doug Woodring utilizes the Clean Half of Hong Kong to conduct his 15km Clean Half Extreme Marathon Swim annually in October. Last weekend’s 6th annual Ocean Recovery Alliance Clean Half extreme marathon

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