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1. 68sportz stuBY LEONG WAI KITMASTERS of the seaBefore you take the plunge, take a step back and askyourself: Am I really ready for open water swimming? YELLOWFISH (SINCE 2007)Test the water by signing up with a commercial www.yellowwsh.comtriathlon-swimming school. Where: Queenstown, Clementi, Katong and Buona Vista Swimming Complex as well as East Coast Park. Log on for SYNERGY MULTI-SPORT more.(SINCE 2003) Conducted by: David Lim, founder. An avid triathlete,Where: David is a former competitive East Coast Park. Log on for more. basketball player and one of a few International Triathlon Union certied Conducted by: coaches in Singapore.Eugene Lee, founder and principalcoach. Eugene is a former SEA GamesContact:gold medalist (n swimming) and oneCall 9101 4211 or email coach@of a few International Triathlon Union (note the double certied coaches in Singapore.w in email)Contact:Call 8138 2308 or email contact@synergymultisport.comSINGAPORE MASTERS SWIMMING(SINCE 2007)www.singaporemastersswimming.comWhere:Kallang Basin, Bishan SwimmingComplex, Safra Tampines Club as well asEast Coast Park.Conducted by: TRIBOB (SINCE 2000)Alex Tung, founder. Besides coaching,www.tribob.comAlex himself is an active and competitiveopen water swimmer, who came in rstWhere:in various races, including SingaporesBuona Vista and Queenstown Swimming Complex,rst 10km open water swim event in as well as Tanjong Beach, Sentosa. Log on for more.2003, Malaysias 6.5km Kapas/Marang Conducted by:International Swimathon in 2005 and theAlister Russell, head coach. Alister has been SAC 10km open water swim competition coaching running since 1984 and triathlons since in 2006.1998. He is also a British Triathlon Level 3 coachContact: and a member of the British Triathlon World ClassCall 9679 0976 or email swim@ Performance coaching team Contact: Call 6464 5130 or email admin@tribob.comSwimming Complexestown, and Kallang BasinCouncil for photography permission at Queens Special thanks to Singapore Sports