Singapore’s first female freediver
Formerly an avid scuba diver, Anqi started freediving in 2014 and found it a whole new and liberating way of experiencing the ocean in a single breath. In 2015, she moved to the island of Panglao in the Philippines and started competitive freediving. As the first female freediver to represent Singapore on the international stage for freediving, Anqi has gone on to do Singapore proud by winning several competitions and setting new national records and personal bests. In 2019, she represented Singapore at the Confederation Mondiale des Activites Subaquatiques (CMAS) 2019 World Freediving Championships in Honduras. She now holds the Singapore national record for all depth disciplines with the deepest dive to 70m. She is ranked top 14 in the world, for female overall depth category in 2019.
As an ocean ambassador, she is passionate about ocean conservation and is the founder of the Sea Glass Project, using upcycled sustainable fashion to promote ocean conservation. Follow Anqi’s ocean dreams here.