SINGAPORE: The 2025 World  Para Swimming Championships will be held in Singapore for the first time in Asia, according to the Singapore Disability Sports Council ( SDSC ) on Monday, February 5.
The highest-ranked floating competition outside of the Paralympic Games is the finals. From October 3 to October 9, 2025, it will take place at the OCBC Aquatic Centre in Singapore Sports Hub.
According to Mr. Craig Nicholson, the mind of World Para Swimming,” this is a significant step for our game and is also proof of the development of rio swimming in the nation and the region.”
According to SDSC, par floating was a” regular citadel” for Singapore, producing world record buyers like Theresa Goh, Yip Pin Xiu, and Paralympic medalists.
The world’s rich para swimming legacy has also benefited from the contributions of Eastern medalist Toh Wei Soong, Eastern record holder Sophie Immediately, and many ASEAN Para Games medallists, according to the SDSC.
Teo-Koh Sock Miang, president of the SDSC and nbsp, added,” There are still a lot of Singaporeans with disability who can find motivation, success, and success in par floating and para activity.”
Everyone should be able to learn from and feel inspired by the excellent para swimmers they will see at this event.
The 12th version of the tournament will take place in 2025.
Malaysia was supposed to host the 2019 tournament in Kuching, but when it refused to let Israel compete, the rights were taken away. Afterwards, the occasion took place in the United Kingdom.