Welcome to the website of the Slough and Eton Dolphin Swimming Club.
Web : www.sloughdolphinsc.org.uk
EMail : email@example.com
Thinking of joining a swim club?
Click the link to Join the Club on the right of this page.
Or do you need some swimming lessons?
Click the link to our lesson programme on the right of this page.
SEDSC welcomes all swimmers, including those with disabilities. To find out more on the opportunities for you for training and competition please e-mail us via the Contact Us page or come along to one of our trial sessions.
- Montem Open Day January Swimmer of the Month Elsie for her hard work and enthusiasm for training.
There will be an open day at Montem Saturday 22nd February from 2.00-3.00pm. We would like all swimmers to attend to promote the club.
- The Club Shop
The club shop will be open for business on the first Monday of the month. It is stocked with wet bags, goggles, kick boards, flippers, swimware ect as well as SEDSC printed hats, drinks bottles bags and T shirts. Please come along and chat to Dawn on a Monday night.
SEDSC hats can be purchased any time. Please speak to Callum during lesson or link sessions.
When: 1st Monday of every month
Venue:Montem Leisure Centre
Time:6.30 to 7.30pm
- New Training Timetable
Training will resume on 6 January. You can download the new training timetable below.
New Training Timetable
- SCOTT FORSYTH (MASTERS SWIMMER)
On Sunday 15th September, Scott Forsyth competed in the Standard Distance Triathlon Age Group World Championships in Hyde Park London. The World Championships took place over 5 days and included Aquathlon , Sprint and Standard Distance triathlons for para-triathletes, age group and elite athletes.
The Standard Distance course was a 750m open water swim (shortened from the usual 1500m because of cold air temperature) in the Serpentine, followed by a 2 lap 40km cycle through Hyde Park and the streets of London passing through Wellington Arch, down Constitution Hill , along the Embankment , turning at Tower Bridge before returning down the Mall to Hyde Park. The cycle was followed by a three lap 10 km run around the Serpentine.
Scott finishing 79th in his age group out of 163 competitors said 'It was a great experience to represent GBR at international level and even more special that I was competing in front of a home crowd, whose cheering and encouragement made all the difference. An unforgettable day with lots of great memories'
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