Swimming Dive into a sport that anyone can participate in to be active. Or take the plunge into competitive swimming. Swimming is a sport to be enjoyed regardless of your level of disability. And it's a great sport to enjoy with family and friends.

Today's waterproof prosthetic limbs add to the experience for amputees. For those with visual impairments, tappers alert the swimmer when they're approaching the pool wall letting them know that it's time to turn. Synchronized swimming for athletes with disabilities is also making a big splash. For more information on competitive swimming opportunities visit Swim Ontario or Toronto Synchro.

Brock Niagara Penguins

Brock University, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, 500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines L2S 3A1

Ducks Swimming Club

52 Perivale Gardens, Aurora L4G 7P8

Durham Dolphins Swim Club - Greater Durham Special Olympics

Donevan Recreational Complex Durham, Ontario L1H 6X3

Kitchener Waterloo Access Ability

659 King Street East, Suite 250 Kitchener N2G2M4

Swim Angel Program

Nepean Sailing Club. 3259 Carling Avenue, at Dick Bell Park Nepean, ON K2H 1A6

The Kingston Y Penguins

100 Wright Crescent, Kingston K7L 4T9

Variety Village

3701 Danforth Avenue., Scarborough M1N 2G2