Women have more sporting options in Vietnam than ever before.
Two dozen men’s and women’s teams descended on Ho Chi Minh City in May with their eyes on Gaelic football glory.
Make your way over to Latin Cafe this Friday where the Saigon Australian Cricket Club (SACC) is holding a Sportsman Night to highlight Sunday the 13th's big Ashes clash with their rival, the English Cricket Club of Saigon.
Athletes often speak of being in the ‘zone’; a place where everything clicks and they shift to a higher level of performance. They often liken the experience to being spiritual.
After years of hope, Vietnam finally has its future sporting hero. His name? Anh Tuan
Looking for a challenge? Perhaps a jaunt up Landmark 72—Hanoi’s tallest building—is the kind of challenge you’re looking for. Set for Sept 15, the Hanoi Vertical Run will push the limits of even the most seasoned runners, requiring a grueling push up countless stairs to be the first to the birds-eye view at the top of Hanoi.
This month, Harry Hodge heads to District 2 and finds that, amid the palm trees and villas of Thao Dien, you can still test the limits of fitness in a number of different ways. Photos by Kyle Phanroy and Francis Xavier
The fifth edition of the Madagui Trophy, scheduled to take place on Feb. 25 and Feb. 26, is now open for registration.
The Bitexco Financial Tower has opened its doors, with sixteen of the fastest elevators in Asia ready to whisk you up to the Saigon Skydeck on the 49th floor. Alternatively you could take the 1,002 steps up there. No one would really want to do that though, right? Wrong. Vertical running may be a relatively new sport, but it’s catching on fast and in October the Bitexco Financial Tower is set to host Vietnam’s first vertical race.