Malaysia Swimming Teachers' Association Blog

Beraninya Dik Redah Ombak

BUKAN mudah untuk seseorang terutama kanak-kanak berenang di tengah laut dalam keadaan ombak bergelora dan angin kuat. Namun tiada yang mustahil bagi si cilik berusia 11 tahun, Sinan Rauf Mohammad Fairuz yang disahkan menghidap autisme tahap ringan. Keberaniannya meredah ombak kuat dalam Open Water Autism Swimming Challenge di Blue Lagoon, Port Dickson, Sabtu lalu ternyata…
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Motivate Your Students to Swim the MSTA Distance Series

Having problems encouraging your students to swim more often or difficult to persuade parents to bring their kids to practice swimming more?  The answer most probably lies with insufficient motivation for both swimmers and parents.  Children and Parents’ education on the many benefits of swimming as a recreational and sports activity will definitely provide some…
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Aquaphobia: Causes, Symptoms and Ways of Overcoming It for Future Well-being

AQUAPHOBIA is a persistent fear of water which differs from person to person. Jazredal Aboo Bakar and Dr.Rofiza Aboo Bakar were highlighted on a talk show TV Al Hidrah Assalamualaikum recently. Both MSTA Teachers successfully wrote an article on Aquaphobia: Cause and Symptoms that was published in the International Academic Research Journal. To download the…
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A Meaning in Giving

MSTA Sponsporship Program 2016 Malaysia Swimming Teachers’ Association sponsorship program aims to provide opportunity to the needy community. This year we had one candidate on the sponsorship program. The candidate that obtains a partial sponsorship was Tee Kui Geok. Ms. Tee was a road accident victim as she was hit by a car in 2009.…
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