While his teammates enjoyed a week’s break from training, Hong Kong rower Chan Chi-fung was busy setting yet another world record.The Hong Kong Sports Institute athlete set his fourth world record by clocking one hour, 14 minutes and 18.1 seconds for the half-marathon (21,097 metres) in the lightweight men’s 19-29 category, using the Concept2 Indoor Rower with Slides.His latest effort adds to the world records he holds in the four-minute, 30-minute and marathon events using the same machine…



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