And the swimming battle finally comes to an exciting end.
The Malaysia Open Water Swimming Challenge Series ends in a 3.5km Island to Island Swim Adventure Championship, May 8, 2016.
It is participated by almost a hundred brave individuals – female and male alike – crossing the waters from Pulau Bagan Pinang to Pulau Arang Port Dickson, completing roughly 3.5 distance.
And as usual, Safe Sea joins the battle and kept the swimmers on guard against the harsh sun’s rays and against the alarming jellyfish stings. The Safe Sea Jellyfish Protection Sunscreen with SPF 95 did the magic.
Safe Sea Jellyfish Protection Sunscreen an organic sunscreen offering double protection from the sun and jellyfish stings. It is a very water resistant sunblock, with higher UV protection, which can last up to 80 minutes of aquatic activities. This sunscreen is a research-proven product to
prevent jellyfish stings by deactivating the stinging mechanism of various marine stingers.
Safe Sea has a waterproof, slippery texture that makes it difficult for the stinging tentacles to attach to the skin. absorbs secretions from the skin that would otherwise tell the jellyfish that its in contact with prey or predator. Chemical stoppers in Safe Sea block the chemical pathways where the stinging process is activated.
The flag-off is at 8:15am, and the swimmers had exactly two hours time to get to the other island.
Now here’s the exciting part.
The first 10 participants from each gender/category who reached the Arang Island got to receive their tube of the Safe Sea Jellyfish Protection Sunscreen SPF 95 in 100ML.
Also, sponsoring the Swimon-Larossa Open Water Swimming Clinic as well which happened the day before the battle, Safe Sea gave the same miracle tube to the early birds of the Clinic.
The open water swimming challenge, especially this Island to Island adventure, is only for the brave souls and experienced and well-trained swimmers.
If you think you can, see you on the next battle, Safe Sea will keep you protected.
Here are the photos from this exciting event:
*Photo credits to the Malaysia Open Water Swimming Organization