WOWSA Woman of the Year Nominee  Her Serene Highness The Princess of Monaco – A Royal Supporter

WOWSA Woman of the Year Nominee Her Serene Highness The Princess of Monaco – A Royal Supporter

Her Serene Highness Charlene provides unbelievably outstanding support of the sport of open water swimming from her new position as the Princess of Monaco.  

A former Olympic pool swimmer, the Princess swam the Midmar Mile and became interested in doing more. 

She is truly genuine, clearly charismatic and a major player in raising awareness and significant funds to support open water swimming, especially for Special Olympics athletes.  In myriad public and private ways, the Princess understands the global potential for doing good and instigating positive change in the world, especially when royalty, sports and causes intersect. 

For her efforts to promote acceptance and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities and support of open water swimmers involved in the Special Olympics International movement, Her Serene Highness Charlene Wittstock is a worthy nominee for the 2011 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year.

For more information on Her Serene Highness Charlene, visit here.

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WOWSA aims to promote open water swimming as a global sport for those of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.  It hosts the World Open Water Swimming Awards to recognize the open water swimming’s heroes and heroines.

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Steven Munatones