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New World Harbour Race 2016

(From right) Secretary for the Environment Mr WONG Kam-sing, Executive Director and Joint General Manager of New World Development Company Limited Mr Gary CHEN, Hong Kong Chief Executive Mr CY LEUNG, President of the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association Mr Ronnie WONG and Executive Director of New World Development Company Limited Ms Leonie KI are sounding the air horn at the ceremony for Racing Group events in the New World Harbour Race 2016.
(From right) Secretary for the Environment Mr WONG Kam-sing, Executive Director and Joint General Manager of New World Development Company Limited Mr Gary CHEN, Hong Kong Chief Executive Mr CY LEUNG, President of the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association Mr Ronnie WONG and Executive Director of New World Development Company Limited Ms Leonie KI are sounding the air horn at the ceremony for Racing Group events in the New World Harbour Race 2016.
A bustling scene of over 2 700 swimmers ready for the competition at Lei Yue Mun Sam Ka Tsuen Public Pier.
A bustling scene of over 2 700 swimmers ready for the competition at Lei Yue Mun Sam Ka Tsuen Public Pier.
An unprecedented scale of swimmers are swimming hard across Victoria Harbour to their destination at Quarry Bay Park Public Pier.
An unprecedented scale of swimmers are swimming hard across Victoria Harbour to their destination at Quarry Bay Park Public Pier.
Five Hong Kong elite female swimmers, having been athletes in the Rio Olympics, join the Charity Group for the first time to participate in the New World Harbour Race.
Five Hong Kong elite female swimmers, having been athletes in the Rio Olympics, join the Charity Group for the first time to participate in the New World Harbour Race.
Swimmers of the Racing Group and the Leisure Group are setting off in batches.
Swimmers of the Racing Group and the Leisure Group are setting off in batches.
Swimmers of the Racing Group and the Leisure Group are entering the water for the competition.
Swimmers of the Racing Group and the Leisure Group are entering the water for the competition.
After a fierce battle in the International Group, Charles PETERSON (left 4) from the United States clinches the Individual Men champion title by clocking 16:44.3.
After a fierce battle in the International Group, Charles PETERSON (left 4) from the United States clinches the Individual Men champion title by clocking 16:44.3.
Sharon Van ROUWENDAAL (left 4) from the Netherlands comes first in the Individual Women race, setting a record of 16:55.9 in the International Category Individual Women Event.
Sharon Van ROUWENDAAL (left 4) from the Netherlands comes first in the Individual Women race, setting a record of 16:55.9 in the International Category Individual Women Event.


The above information is provided by Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association.