The National Day Family Aquatics Challenge is a call for everyone to celebrate Singapore’s Birthday by staying active and enjoy aquatic sports (swimming, diving and artistic swimming) as a family.
Swim up to 57 laps (25m per lap) as a family and try out the basics of diving. You will be taught to do jumps at the different heights (1m/3m/5m/7.5m) of the dive tower too.
This challenge also serves as a platform to outreach to the community as well as promote our venue and offerings.
Date: 10th August 2022
Time: 10am-12pm (session 1), 1pm-3pm (session 2)
Location: OCBC Aquatic Centre
Family (3-5pax): $20
1 parent + 1 child: $10
2 adults (16 years and above): $10
1. Swimming Challenge
You will be required to complete 57 laps (25m per lap) as a family! Kick boards or floatation aids are allowed to be used throughout the swim. You may swim together to complete the total number of laps as a family too. Children may require parental supervisory based on the following guideline:
2. Diving Challenge
Participants will also have the opportunity to jump off the different heights of the diving tower (1m/3m/5m/7.5m).
No prior diving experience is required! You will be taught the basics of diving by our qualified diving coaches before attempting the challenge.
Participants must be proficient (able to swim 50m without aid in a recognized stroke) to participate.
3. Other Activities
Family Dress Challenge.
– Dress up as a common theme or in red and white swim wear with your family.
Artistic Swimming Try-outs.
– This will be done during the diving segment. Pre-registration is required to participate in the try-outs.
– Participants must be proficient (able to swim 50m without aid in a recognized stroke) to participate.
Register with us today! Registrations will close on 3rd August 2022.
Torpedo partnered with Singapore Sports Hub to carry out the Aquatics Holiday Camp from the 6th to 20th of June. The camp provided students the chance to sharpen their skills in either swimming, diving or artistic swimming. Additionally, they were given the opportunity and flexibility to attempt the other sports and learn the basics from our budding coaches!
Certificates were handed out to each participant to commemorate their participation and effort throughout the programme. We look forward to introducing more similar camps to further expose new and present students to the aquatic sports offered!
On the 9th and 10th of April, our divers competed at the 12th Singapore National Diving Championships and managed a total of 14 golds, 2 silvers and 3 bronzes. Congratulations to all divers!
|Womens Open Synchronised 3m||1st: Fong Kay Yian, Ashlee Tan|
|Womens Open Synchronised 3m||2nd: Nicolette Choy, Elizabeth Loh|
|Womens Open Synchronised Platform||1st: Ong Sze En, Ong Rei En|
|Mens Open Synchronised Platform||1st: Jonathan Chan|
|Womens Open Platform||1st: Nicolette Choy|
|Womens Open 1m||1st: Fong Kay Yian|
|Mens Open 3m||3rd: Joel Chiew|
|FINA Age Group A/B Boys Synchronised 3m||1st: Joel Chiew|
|FINA Age Group B Girls Platform||1st: Alicia Lim|
|Level 4 Girls 1m||1st: Andreina Schaepper|
|Level 4 Girls 1m||3rd: Alexis Thomas|
|Level 5 Girls 5m||1st: Megan Yow|
|Level 5 Boys 1m||1st: Ayden Tan|
|Level 5 Boys 3m||1st: Ayden Tan|
|Level 5 Boys 5m||1st: Ayden Tan|
|Level 5 Boys 5m||3rd: Alastair Law|
Our Torpedo divers competed at the 9th Singapore Diving Fiesta on the 26th and 27th March. A wonderful job by our divers who managed a total of 12 golds, 5 silvers and 11 bronzes across all events. Congratulations to all divers!
Torpedo has partnered the Singapore Sports Hub to roll out a diving holiday programme at the OCBC Aquatic Centre.
The Diving Holiday Programme comprises a 10-session curriculum that teaches participants the fundamentals of diving. Each 1.5-hour session consists of two components, dryland and pool. On dryland, participants will build strength, flexibility and the necessary technical skills to perform the various jumps. Participants will then proceed to the pool to demonstrate their learnings.
Age group: 6 to 13 years old
Class size: Min. 3 pax to start
Duration: 10 sessions of 1.5 hours each. 28 Nov to 24 Dec 2021.
Pre-requisite: Ability to swim at least 25m in any recognisable stroke.
For more information and registration, please go to https://www.sportshub.com.sg/learn-to-dive
We are recruiting young children to be part of our talent development programme!
Skills Progression to SSA Talent Identification Programme
Divers in the programme will develop their diving skills in a structured progression pathway that leads to the National Talent Identification Squad Programme (SSA TID).
Here is a list of our past students who have promoted to the National programmes:
- Freida Lim (National Squad 2021/Olympian)
- Avvir Tham (National Squad 2021)
- Max Lee (National Squad 2021)
- Deborah Toh (National Development 2021)
- Elizabeth Kong (National Development 2021)
- Karen Kang (National TID)
- Joel Chiew (National TID)
- Ong Rei En (National Squad 2021)
- Ong Sze En (National Squad 2021)
- 9 students in the National TID Skills programme
- Minimum age for all participants is 6 years old
- Must be able to swim 25m confidently without aid in deep water
- Participants age 11 or older should preferably have gymnastics, ballet or trampolining background.
- Sports shoes, t-shirts and shorts for warm up and dryland activities.
- Swimming trunks/costume for water activities
General lesson format
Each 90min training session consists of 3 main components: 1. Warm-up/Stretching: This would include running, jumping as well as flexibility exercises 2. “Dry-land” activities: Includes trampoline work, dryboard, somersaults on crashmats, and diving specific coordination exercises 3. Water activities: Poolside/1metre/3metre/5metre jumps and drills.
Skills Levels 1 to 7 (1m, 3m, 5m) Standing Posture, Hand Grab Forward Jumps, Back jumps, (with armswings/pike and tuck positions) Pike falls, Straight falls, Back falls. Tuck rolls, Pike rolls