Activity: Water Sports

With its aquatic playgrounds in every ‘hood, Bali is a mecca for every kind of water sport under the sun (and sea). Got a need for speed? Try jet skiing, banana boating, wakeboarding, and jetpacking. Or take things slow with a stand-up paddleboard and search for Nemo with a snorkel. Whatever aquatic path you prefer, water sports in Bali is a must.

  • Artistic or Synchronised swimming consists of swimmers performing a synchronised routine of elaborate moves in the water, accompanied by music.
  • Aquajogging, is a cross training and rehabilitation method using low impact resistance training. It is a way to train without impacting joints. Participants wear a flotation device and move in a running motion in the deep end of a pool. Equipment, aside from a pool, can include a flotation belt and weights.
  • Diving, the sport of jumping off springboards or platforms into water
  • Modern pentathlon includes épée fencing, pistol shooting, swimming, a show jumping course on horseback, and cross country running
  • Rescue swimming is swimming with the goal to rescue other swimmers
  • Swimming, including pool swimming and open water swimming
  • Synchronized diving, Two divers form a team and perform dives simultaneously. The dives are identical.
  • Triathlon, a multi-sport event involving the completion of three continuous and sequential endurance events, usually a combination of swimming, cycling and running
  • Water sports basketball mixes the rules of basketball and water polo, played in a swimming pool. Teams of five players each must shoot at the goal with a ball within a certain time after gaining possession.
  • Water aerobics is aerobics in the water.
  • Water polo is a sport of two teams played in water with a ball.
  • Water volleyball
  • finswimming is a sport similar to traditional swimming using fins, monofin, snorkel and other specific devices

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