The 2018 Underwater Summer Games will kick off at 6pm on 14th July in the heart of London’s West End. The event being hosted by Oyster Diving will consist of lots of Olympic style scuba diving competitions including a 100m underwater sprint (no fins),100m sprint (with fins), 200m underwater sprint, 1500m underwater distance swim, slowest breather – how long can you make a 3ltr tank last, underwater discus and underwater javelin.
There will be 12 spaces available in each category and there is a £10 entry fee to participate. All of the profits raised will be split equally between charities: ‘Excellent Development’, the charity behind WaterRelief, and the ‘Scuba Trust’. Entrants are welcome to generate additional sponsorship for the charity of their choice.
WaterRelief by Excellent Development provides a solution that can accomplish many life-improving qualities in dryland areas including Africa. A few of the benefits include providing unlimited clean fresh drinking water to villages, growing crops for medicine and food, freeing up time to allow children to go to school, and creating a place where endangered species can graze and drink water.
Just £10 (the entry fee to one tournament) is enough to give one person FREE WATER FOR LIFE!
The Scuba Trust helps those with disabilities and their friends experience the joy and freedom of scuba diving. The aim of the Scuba Trust is to provide a level playing field by arranging training and obtaining funding to subsidise applicants who, due to disability, encounter difficulty in finding suitable instruction and who may face a greater outlay for training and recreational diving after certification.
Both Aqua Lung and TUSA have already kindly donated prizes to the event for the winners of each challenge.
If you would like more information, to participate or volunteer in the 2018 Underwater Summer Games, then please visit www.oysterdiving.com/underwater-summer-games.