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AIMI Iwasaki can’t help but feel restless over the past week. That is understandable. It will be the first time Aimi dons her wetsuit to make the plunge into the waters off Subic Bay for the start of the triathlon competition.
MADRID (Reuters) - The discovery of a submarine carrying 3,000 kg (3.3 tons) of cocaine off the coast of Spain marks a "historic" turning point in the battle against drug trafficking, Spanish authorities said on Wednesday.
MIYAZAKI, Japan (Reuters) - As "cool" sports such as surfing, skateboarding and climbing prepare to make their Olympic debut in Tokyo, the president of surfing's governing body has told Reuters that more traditional sports must adapt or face being dropped from the Games.
LONDON (Reuters) - Surf culture often prides itself on an affinity for nature. But there's a dirty secret hiding in many surfers' cupboards - old wetsuits.
Too old to dive? Not a chance, say dive instructors Christy Ooi and Loo Kit Choong who aren't planning on putting their fins away anytime soon.
Mae Sai (Thailand): A Thai youth football team and their coach led a charity race near the Tham Luang cave which they entered exactly one year ago, emerging alive 18 nail-biting days later.
Four professional women work to make outdoor travel and exploration more gender-balanced for female travellers around the world.
RESEARCHERS at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia have received government funding to test a new neoprene -- a synthetic rubber commonly used in wetsuits -- against the force of a bite from several species, including the great white shark.
Toba: A group of Japanese grannies emerges from a boat returning to shore. Clad in black wetsuits and bubbling with energy, they are part of a dwindling community of ama – freediving fisherwomen.
Hong Kong: Every Sunday in Hong Kong the city’s army of domestic helpers packs into parks or onto pavements, bridges and walkways on their one mandatory day off.