Wong Ho Chung

Sport: Trail Running
Nationality: Chinese, resident of Hong Kong
Sponors: NNormal, COROS

Chung has been one of the most dominant trail runners in Asia over the last decade, with numerous podiums in a wide variety of local and international races across a range of distances.

In Asia, Chung has won numerous events including Korea’s DMZ stage Ultra, The North Face 100 Philippine’s, and Hong Kong’s King of the Hills.

Chung has also achieved exceptional international results, earning multiple top 10 finishes on the Ultra Trail World Tour and in the 2017 Xterra Trail World Championships held in the USA.

In 2019 and 2021, Chung was Top 10 at the 100 mile UTMB, the defacto World Championships of Ultra Trail running. His performance was one of the best in the history of any runner from Asia.

In 2023, Chung tackled the daunting 330km Tor des Géants®️, finishing 8th overall and smashing the record of any performance from Asia in the event’s 14 year history.

Chung is also recognised as one of the world’s top desert stage racers, having won Racing the Planet’s 4 Desert Series events on 3 continents. In 2018, he claimed the Grand Slam title across all their international events. He is also a top 10 finisher in the prestigious Marathon de Sables in his first attempt.

Beyond his race career, Chung has been a leading force of the sport in Hong Kong, founding and spearheading the largest trail running club in Asia – The Peak Hunter.

  • Top 5 – ULTRA-TRAIL WORLD TOUR – Global

  • 6th Place – Ultra Trail Mont Blanc (UTMB) – France/Italy/Switzerland

  • Overall Grand Slam Champion – 4 Desert Series – Global 4 continents

  • 8th Place – TOR330 – TOR DES GÉANTS®️ – Italy

  • Top 10 – Xterra Trail World Championships – USA

  • Top 10 – Marathon De Sables (World Tour) – Morroco

  • 1st place – The North Face 100 – Hong Kong

  • 1st place – GOLDEN 100 (100 miles) – Hong Kong

  • 1st place – DMZ stage Ultra – Korea

  • 1st place – The North Face 50km & 100km – Philippines

  • Top 5 – HK100 (World Tour) – Hong Kong

  • FKT (fastest known time) – 100km MacLehose trail – 10hrs 38min