Pacific Swim Team is one of the most successful team in Singapore.
We are also happy to inform you that our head coach for swimming Mr Rickment Mok is currently under attachment with our Singapore national team head coach Mr Sergio. Pacific Swim Team is among the few to provide the necessary training for our competitive swimmer to learn all the necessary skills & technique to achieve their full potential in both Swimming & Lifesaving Competitions. Our competitive training includes the four competitive swimming strokes and they are Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly. The combination of all four strokes is called individual medley.
Competitive Class Level 00
Stroke Correction Class
This is for swimmers who are looking to improve their stroke Or training to qualify for our Developmental Competitive Swim Class Minimum requirements for this class is 4 & 5 full stars & Goldstar swimmers. Free assessment, if needed, for those who wish to join but are not our current swimmers.
Competitive Class Level 1
Developmental Competitive Swim Class
For swimmers who meet the 4 competitive strokes requirements.
Competitive Class Level 2
Competitive Swim Class
For swimmers who meet the required timings for the 4 competitive strokes.
Competitive Class Level 3
SNAG & School National Competitive Swim Class
For swimmers who are Singapore National Age Group Swimmer or Inter School National Swimmer.
Elite Competitive Swim Class
Only for swimmers who are selected or approved.
Must be ready to commit high level of hard training.
Be part of Pacific Swim Team!!! Call Us Now 9856 8280 to Join Our Competitive Swimming & Lifesaving Class!!!
The Four Strokes
In Freestyle events, the competitor may swim any stroke. The stroke most commonly used is sometimes called the Frontcrawl, which is characterized by the alternate stroking of the arms over the surface of the water surface and an alternating (up-and-down) flutter kick.
The Breaststroke requires simultaneous movements of the arms on the same horizontal plane. The hands are pressed out from in front of the breast and recovered under or on the surface of the water. The kick is a simultaneous somewhat circular motion similar to the action of a frog. On turns and at the finish, the swimmer must touch the wall with both hands simultaneously at, above or below the water surface.
Backstroke consists of an alternating motion of the arms with a flut¬ter kick while on the back. On turns, swimmers may rotate to the stomach and perform a flip turn and some part of the swimmer must touch the wall. The swimmer must finish on the back.
Some consider the Butterfly to be the most beautiful of the strokes. It features a simultaneous recovery of the arms over the water combined with an undulating dolphin kick. In the kick, the swimmer must keep both legs together and may not flutter, scissors or use the breaststroke kick. Both hands must touch the wall simultaneously on the turns and the finish.