With the announcement of the visit to the country in October of Brazilian swimmer Cesar Cielo, Olympic gold medalist who holds two world records as the fastest swimmer in the world, the Making Waves aquatic academy celebrated its third anniversary promoting swimming in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean.
Eduardo Briceño, CEO of the academy expressed that “this third anniversary of Making Waves represents the work we have done during this period with passion, courage and the purpose of making sport a lifestyle that promotes the necessary social transformations in the Dominican family and youth”.
During the time of operations, the academy has expanded its vision, managing to position three branches in Santo Domingo in less than three years, thus impacting more than 2,000 families through its 570 students trained in physical activity, as well as in spiritual, civic and ethical values.
Making Waves Academy celebrates its third anniversary
Likewise, the prestigious institution is the only one in the country to be recognized by the Special Olympic International organization for its support to the inclusion in sports of children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities.
At the event, held at the Casa Naco facilities, several activities took place where students from the different sites participated in a friendly competition, as well as the launching of the collaborative work between the nutritional beverage company Enterex and Making Waves. The activity closed with a flourish with the announcement of the visit to the country of swimmer Cesar Cielo, who will be promoting the sport and motivating the athletes of the academy to practice and internationalization.