Enchong Dee broke the Guinness record in partnership with Handog Palangoy ni Enchong and Bert Lozada Swim School.
In his quest for a #DrownfreePhilippines, actor Enchong Dee successfully took part in a Guinness World Book attempt to break the record "for the most number of children being taught basic swimming skills and water safety in one day."
Made possible through the 30-year-old actor's Handog Palangoy ni Enchong in partnership with Bert Lozada Swim School, more than 1,800 children participated in the event, which was held at Aqua Planet in Clark, Pampanga.
"Today, we broke the Guinness world record for the most number of Children being taught basic swimming skills and water safety in one day," he wrote in the caption.
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Back in college, Enchong Dee pursued a swimming career at the De La Salle University.
He eventually became part of the Philippine National Swimming Team and has participated in different overseas swimming competitions including the SEA Games and the 2006 Asian Games.