What Does The Ocean Have To Say?

November 8th is the day when hundreds of children will make their way to Hong Kong's Repulse Bay Beach to create human aerial art. The schoolchildren and their teachers want to deliver a powerful message [...]

Trent Grimsey Comfortably Wins The Five

Trent Grimsey won the inaugural The Five, a 5 km race in Hong Kong Island. The race organized by Doug Woodring of Open Water Asia and the Ocean Recovery Alliance was a point-to-point race ending [...]

Second World Ocean Summit In San Francisco

The Economist will host the second World Ocean Summit on February 24th-26th, 2014 in Half Moon Bay, San Francisco. The purpose of the ocean sustainability summit is to discuss how economic growth and ocean conservation [...]

The Sport Of Open Water Swimming

A sport unlike any other Beyond the shoreline Expecting the unexpected Aquatic adventures unrivaled Open water swimming unveiled Among waves, winds and whitecaps Unsurpassed courage and tenacity By people of all ages and abilities Oceans, [...]

Doubling Up In Hong Kong

As a complementary race to the 14.5 km Clean Half Extreme Marathon Swim held in October in Hong Kong, race director Doug Woodring started the 15 km Cold Half in February when the water temperature [...]

The Beautiful Mountains And Ocean Of Hong Kong

The Sheko Challenge and Trisolothon is highlighted in a great video produced by race director Doug Woodring. 200+ athletes participated in the 9th annual festival of ocean swimming, mountain running, solo paddling and trisolothon, all [...]

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