One in four children in Wales can't swim well enough.
That's according to Swim Wales which is aiming to help all children become swimmers by 2020.
Its 'Making Waves in Wales' campaign aims to drive awareness amongst parents and encourage local authorities to sign up to the Swim Wales Aqua Passport scheme.
Swim Wales says it uses digital technology to help children become competent swimmers and develop an understanding of water safety and personal survival skills.
Children participating will be able to enter an online world called Aqua Dragons where they can play games and see their progress in the pool turn into online trophies.
Wales' National Pool in Swansea is to be home to a National Performance Centre for our very best swimmers.
Funding for the current training facility, which was the base of Paralympic star Ellie Simmonds, was due to end after the Commonwealth Games this summer.
But now a deal's been struck to keep top-level coaches at the pool.
Hundreds are bracing themselves to take part in annual Boxing Day swims across the country.
Among those is the Tenby Boxing Day Swim, which is now its 43rd year.
Organised by the Tenby Sea Swimming Association, it's become one of Britain's top festive highlights.
Hundreds are expected to take part and watch the wintry spectacle.
A high tide this year means that space on the sands will be at a premium, but as a bonus, the brave bathers will only have a short sprint to the sea when they dash for the waters at 11.30am.
Known as much for its wild and wacky fancy dress as its fundraising and camaraderie, this year’s event features the costume theme of Pantomime.
A New Years Day swim is also due to take place in Saundersfoot on Wednesday.
Around 50 people have taken part in a relay swim in Cardiff . It's part of British Gas' Swim Britain campaign to get half a million of us regularly taking a dip by 2015.
Olympic gold and bronze medallist Duncan Goodhew took to the pool, along with paralympic swimmer Gemma Almond from Swansea. Every member of the four person teams had to swim a thousand metres
It's one week until the Special Olympics get underway in Bath, with more than 100 Welsh athletes competing at what will be the ninth British summer games.
ITV News has been meeting some of the athletes at the Cardiff Chameleons swimming club, which was the very first in the UK for people with a learning disability.
The swimming element of the World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona gets underway today. Four Welsh competitors - Jazz Carlin, Ieuan Lloyd, Gemma Lowe and Georgia Davies - will be competing during the championships.
Cardiff's Ieuan Lloyd swam a new Welsh record yesterday to grab silver in the 200m Individual Medley at the British Swimming Championships. Swansea's Jemma Lowe won the 100m Butterfly final to take gold. Both will now qualify for the Great Britain swimming team heading for the World Championships.
Paralympic swimmer Nyree Kindred has won a silver medal in the women's 100m backstroke S6.
It's the second medal won by a Welsh athlete on day one of the Games.