Break out of the four walls of a swimming pool and experience the exhilaration of swimming out in the open sea. Take this chance to challenge the currents at the debut run of Liberty Wave – a 3 day Open water event sanctioned by the Singapore Swimming Association.
Kick off Day 1 with Wave Eats, a water-themed welcome dinner to bring together Open Water Swimming enthusiasts like yourself.
Continue your Open Water journey on Day 2, with expert insights during Wave Class – a workshop conducted by world-renown open water coach, Mr. Steven Munatones. Learn pro tips and tricks!
Race the Waves on Day 3 with the main event. Choose from 3 race distances, or join as a team to swim together with your friends! If your kids love to swim, get them down for a fun 300m race, Wave Kids! So, what are you waiting for? Register now to truly experience the joy of swimming without limits!
Open Water Swimming is swimming in outdoor open bodies of water, such as rivers, lakes, oceans and seas.
Click here to see open water swimming in action!
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Singapore Swimming Association is the National Sports Association governing Swimming, Water Polo, Synchronized Swimming, Diving and Open Water Swimming in Singapore.
To be a national governing body, providing leadership for the aquatic sports of swimming, water polo, diving, synchronized swimming and open water swimming.
• To become one of the leading nations, in terms of medals won and finals reached, at the SEA Games and the Asian Games.
• To develop a greater depth of talent, and to continue the trend of improving performances across the national squad at all major international championships.
• To become a regional hub for aquatic sports in Asia.
For more information, please visit http://www.swimming.org.sg/