INAMasters swimming short course series 2014 - June 1st 2014 - tri,runners,cyclist,swimmers can join!

Swimming for All – Why not?

Why Seniors Should Learn to Swim It’s Never Too Late to Learn a Helpful Skill Nora Beane, Yahoo Contributor Network Could there be anything more silly than a senior citizen learning to swim? As a former Red Cross Water Safety instructor, my answer would be that the only thing sillier is for seniors to give […]

SAF (Student Athlete Force) Program 2013

January 6th – 11th 2014, 3 of JAQ Student Athletes were sent to APSC Singapore to train under the supervision of Mr. Ang Peng Siong, founder of APSC and Singapore swimming legend himself. The partnership between JAQ and APSC has been on since the past few years. SAF was initiated in 2011 to support and […]

INAMasters back from Penang Masters 2013

As the flight landed at Soekarno-Hatta airport in Jakarta, the whole team of INAM happily smiled with lots of laughs during the flight. Yes, team INAM completed their 2nd International Masters meet after its 1st in Singapore Masters last October. Grabbed 2 Golds, 12 Silvers and 4 Bronzes, team INAM seems quite content with it. […]

INAMasters pioneered Masters Swimming in Indonesia!

With its small but solid team, Team INAMasters (IM) grabbed its first International swim meet ever with 8 gold’s, 3 silvers and 1 bronze medals. INAMasters was established in early 2013 by JAQ Swimming to introduce Masters swimming in Indonesia. As the first Masters Swim Team in Indonesia, INAMaster’s vision is creating healthy lifestyle trend […]

LISCA Junior 2nd series – May 11, 2013. UPH Aquatic Center

With AIS Piranhas as defending champion winning the 1st series of 2013, they are looking to defend their series title with JIS Aquadragons eyeing to create good challenge this weekend. LISCA Jr is the top Primary and Secondary School aquatic league in the country. There are few strong teams also participate in the series: CIKAL […]

Swimmers Nutrition in General (good to know)

General nutrition for competitive swimmers   If you’re a Competitive swimmer, you will already be aware of the importance your diet plays on your performance in the pool. But assuming you’re a healthy eater, read on for information on how you can tune your eating habits to boost your swimming performance. General nutrition for competitive […]

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Champion Profile – Trent Grimsey, Open Water Hero

Name: Trent Grimsey Nationality: Australian Lives: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Date of Birth: 4th of May 1988 Height: 188cm Weight: 78kg Australian Titles: Three Coach: Harley Connolly Club/Team: Lawnton Swim Club Northcliffe Surf Club Queensland Academy of Sport Australian Swim Team Education: Diploma of Remedial Massage Currently studying Diploma of Fitness. Trent comes from a big […]

TOP 10 Tips for being “Student-Swimmer”

By Mike Gustafson This week across the country, many kids experienced that awful, anxious, no-good feeling once again: they went back to school. Which means many swimmers also went back to the pool. I’m unsure which devious, evil group of adults conjured this unfair alignment of school and pool obligations, but nevertheless, the first week […]


Published:March 26, 2013 Courtesy of: FINA LAUSANNE, Switzerland, March 26. IN a list of the various rule changes set to be discussed at the FINA Bureau meeting this summer, the Technical Swimming Congress will officially discuss allowing multiple dolphin kicks on the start of any breaststroke race for up to a distance of 15 meters. […]