The SwimSafer programme consists of six progressive stages. Survival and activity skills are taught in each stage of the programme, working progressively toward the next stage.
Learn about the benefits which swimming brings to pregnant women, and lead a healthier life even during pregnancy.
Find out what Open Water Swimming is, and the precautions you should take when swimming out of the public pool.
Para Swimming is a sport where athletes are classified on their functional to perform each stroke, and their skills are tested in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke and medley events.
Zahira Hayati shares with us that she frequents Tampines SRC for swimming as her overall fitness routine. Read the full interview here for more.
SwimSafer Open Water is designed to equip participants with the necessary water safety knowledge and survival skills in open water.
Swimming is an exercise that helps to develop the most complete set of muscle groups. Read this feature to find out what muscles are engaged when you swim different strokes.
Overview of Team Singapore swimmers' performance at the 27th SEA Games 2013 held in Myanmar.
Find out the differences between swimming in a 25-metre pool as opposed to a 50-metre pool, and why some competitions in the world are short course competitions.
Learn about one of the world's leading swimming meets and Singapore as one of the host cities for the competition.