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Finswimming Team Training 

mean the progression with monofin or with two fins either on the surface or underwater, by means of the swimmers’ muscular force only and without use of any mechanism, not even muscle powered.

For underwater disciplines with breathing euipment, only compressed-air sub-aqua equipment is allowed. 

Finswmming competitions are conducted on both swimming pool and open waters. Competitions in swimming pools future short distance races, while long distance races are conducted in open waters.

Four techniques are used for finswmming, and races are conducted separately for all techniques. The techniques are:

    • Surface swimming : Swimmers use mask, snorkel and monofins, and must always remain at the surface of the water. Individual races for 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500 meters and relay races for 4 × 100 and 4 × 200 meter are held for his technique.
    • Bi-fins swimming : Swimmers use mask, snorkel and a pair of fins, and swim at the surface of the water. Races for 50, 100, and 200 meters are conducted in a swimming pool, and long distance races of 4km or 6km are conducted in open waters.
    • Apnoea finswimming : Swimmers use mask and monfin and swim under water holding their breath. Only 50 m races are conducted for this technique. All races are conducted only in a swimming pool.
    • Immersion swimming : Swimmers use mask and monfin and swim under water using breathing apparatus. Races are conducted for 100m and 400m using this technique, only on a swimming pool. 

World Championship – held annually, World Cup – held annually, Continental Championships – held every two years, and the World Games are the most popular competitions where finswmming events are conducted.

Contact
Should you like to Learn Advance Finswimming 

Age : 12 and Above

Training Schedule

Tuesday : Queenstown Swimming Complex @ 7pm

Wednesday : Our TampinesHub Pool @ 7pm

Basic Finswimming

UWH

 

Underwater Hockey 

also known as Octopush in UK, is a fast-paced sport played by two teams of up to ten players. 4×4 or 6×6 players in each team are in play at any one time. The remaining four players are continually substituted into play.

Big, strong brutes have no advantage over ladies in this game, so mixed teams of boys, girls, men, and women can play against each other. Players must hold their breath while diving to do battle with their opponents. Some players stay underwater for a long time, but deciding when to dive is better. It takes just a few seconds to tackle an opponent and pass the puck to a colleague, and then return to the surface for a well-earned breath!

Developmental
Underwater hockey is an easy sport to learn. In this class, swimmers will be introduced to the sport and the equipment, such as pucks, bats or pushers, fins, masks and gloves. Swimmers will also be taught safety and practice drills. And then get to play this fun game.

Competitive
In this class, swimmers will be trained to take part in competition at the inter-school, age group, inter-club, or national levels.

Contact
Should you like to watch our underwater Hockey players in training, just drop us an email we will be glad to provide you the details

 

Training Schedule

Tuesday : Queenstown Swimming Complex @ 9am – 11am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Freediving

or breathe-hold diving is a method of underwater diving that does not require the help of a breathing apparatus.

Instead of using an air tank, you simply hold your breath for as long can until you return to the surface. 

Freediving or breath-hold diving is a method of underwater diving that does not require the help of a breathing apparatus. Instead of using an air tank, you simply hold your breath for as long can until you return to the surface. with freediving, you can only travel as far as the air in your lungs will take you.

The incredible feeling of pushing yourself to your limits helps explain the appeal of this sport. Therefore, the most important part of your training is learning how to breathe properly. But before you head underwater, it’s important to be prepared for the excursion—both physically and mentally.

 

Contact
Should you like to watch our underwater Hockey players in training, just drop us an email we will be glad to provide you the details

Training Schedule

Wednesday  : Our TampinesHub Swimming Complex @ 7.30pm – 9pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UWR

 

Underwater Rugby.

is a full contact sport played in a deep pool with two teams of players aiming to score goals by placing the ball into the opponent’s basket, located at the bottom of the pool at each end of the playing area.

Imagine having to hold your breath while wrestling for a slippery ball as the pressure from being 3 metres underwater compresses your eardrums. Even for a seasoned track athlete like myself, underwater rugby is physically demanding.

It is an intense sport that requires technique from rugby, diving and water polo. Players dive to the bottom of the pool (usually at least 3 metres deep) to score in a basket on their opponent’s side.

 

Contact
Should you like to watch our underwater Rugby players in training, just drop us an email we will be glad to provide you the details 

 

Training Schedule

Saturday : Queenstown Swimming complex @ 9am – 11am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SCUBA DIVING SCHEME

CMAS 1 star Diver – Open Water Scuba Diver

This course is designed to give you the necessary skills to safely conduct open water dives. Start exploring dive destinations around the globe or even in your backyard.

Age requirements
Minimum age 18, 15 with parental consent.

Junior Open Water Scuba Diver

This course is designed for youths, giving thems the necessary skills to conduct open water dives alongside a certified scuba diver.

Age requirements
Age 10-14 with parental consent.
When a Junior Open Water Diver reaches the age of 15, they may upgrade to an Open Water Scuba Diver Certification.

CMAS 2 star Diver – Advanced Diver

The CMAS Advanced Scuba Diver Development Program will introduce you to four complete SDI, TDI, or ERDI specialty courses. The SDI Advanced Scuba Diver certification will increase your diving ability and get you ready to be a Rescue Diver.

Age requirements
Minimum age 18, 10 with parental consent.

Instructor 1 Star – Rescue Diver

This course is designed to teach you to rescue, assist, and administer first aid in the event of an emergency. You will learn how to

  • self rescues
  • buddy rescues
  • recognize and calm potential panic divers
  • administer first aid to divers that have experienced dive related injuries conduct effective search patterns
  • manage accident scenes

After receiving the Rescue Diver Certification, you can sign up for professional level certifications.

Age requirements
Minimum age 18, 15 with parental consent.

Refresher for Inactive Diver

The refresher program is designed for inactive divers to update and review the knowledge and skill level.

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CMAS : World Federation

The World Underwater Federation was founded in 1959 and by now it comprises over 130 federations from 5 continents. In addition to organizing international underwater sport events it is at the forefront of technical and scientific research and development. It can be associated with elaborating one of the oldest and most extensive dive training systems.

CMAS Commitees

  • Sport Committee
    Everything about underwater sport life.
  • Technical Committee
    World class standards for all aspects of Scuba Diving.
  • Scientific Committee
    Marine biology, geology and underwater archeology.
  • The Board of Directors
  • Federations
  • Learn to Dive 

History of CMAS

On the 28th of September 1958, delegates from the following Federations: Federal Republic of Germany, Belgium, Brazil, France, Greece, Italy, Monaco, Portugal, Switzerland, the United States of America and Yugoslavia met in Brussels on the occasion of the congress of the independent International Confederation gathering all underwater disciplines.

With this aim, a meeting was held in Monaco on January 9, 10 and 11, 1959 and a decision to establish the “World Confederation of Underwater Activities” in brief “C.M.A.S.”, was taken.

This Confederation succeeded, specifically in regard to all functions and responsibilities, the “Comité des Sports Sous-Marins” (Underwater Sports Committee) of the International Confederation of Sport Fishing founded on the 22nd of February 1952.