Guests visit Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon for thrills like the Crush ‘n’ Gusher water coaster and Gang Plank Falls. This June, they’ll hit the water park’s wave pool to help break a world record and spread an important message about teaching children to swim.
Noting that drowning is the second cause of unintentional cause of death of children below the age of 15, the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson (WLSL) is aiming to set a Guiness World’s Record tomorrow across four continents with the participation of over 10,000 children.
The headquarters for the event will be the wave pool at Walt Disney World’s Typhoon Lagoon water park. Olympic Gold Medalist and WLSL spokesperson Rowdy Gaines will be in attendance along with hundreds of children and their families to participate in the event which will kick off at 9:45 am ET with the record-breaking attempt taking place at 10 am.